By Mikel B. Classen
Skeleton send frames encompass Au Sable element, marking a mile-long sandstone reef that reached out into Lake more advantageous ready to snatch any and all ships that glided by. for you to finish this tragic lack of lives, the Au Sable aspect Lighthouse used to be built to warn mariners of its hidden reef. on the center of the famed “Shipwreck Coast,” Au Sable element used to be a beacon of desire and defense. Mikel B. Classen charts the heritage of the lighthouse and the harmful reef that waits six ft lower than the lake’s floor and serves because the ultimate resting position for therefore many sailors.
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