Les Cheneaux Islands
The islands vary in size… All are heavily timbered, and many trails lead through forests of pine, cedar, and balsam. From a distance the islands appear to be great floating rafts of greenery, each striped at the water’s edge with a narrow line of white beach. The illusion of height in some of the islands is created almost entirely by the tall timber. (554)
Michigan. A Guide to the Wolverine State.
Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Michigan
New York: Oxford University Press. 1941
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