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Paddle into the past at dramatic Lake Superior sea caves

Published 07/29/2012, Duluth News Tribune

The rock is gorgeous, from almost pink to mauve to the color of a white-tailed deer in summer. Long, long ago, this rock was deposited in layers, then squished by geologic forces from deep in the Earth. Now sculpted by Lake Superior for the past 12,000 years or so, a mile-and-a-half ribbon of shoreline on the Bayfield Peninsula offers paddlers a rare chance to humble themselves in the presence of nature.

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