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Old Jul 22, 2007, 9:39 AM   #7
bluwing
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Hi Kjell,

Well the politicians say it is no problem.... But with all of the Big cities using Lake Michigan for their drinking water it takes a toll. It also has been kind of dry the last few years. Not enough snow in the winter and not enough rain in the summer.


Lake Superior is not receding nowhere near as bad. The U.P has borders on both lakes.

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