Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument

Uncle Harvey’s Mausoleum (otherwise known as “The Cribs”) is a monument to failed ingenuity.

The Cribs on Lake Superior

The story behind “The Cribs” is described in this shoreline plaque (click on the photo for an enlarged view).

The story behind "The Cribs" on Lake Superior

These photos were taken a few weeks ago and, thankfully, Lake Superior is finally opening up with more water than ice these days!  Spring is slow in unfolding this year.

Ciao! ~ Kat

This post was in response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.  ”Monument” was this week’s theme.  Everyone is welcome to join in the Challenge; further details on how to participate and links to others’ responses are found here.

14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument

      1. I hear that about the lake. Superior is more like an inland sea than a lake. You can’t see the other side from shore, can you?

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      2. It does often seem like an inland sea — the effect on the weather, creation of microclimates, powerful destructive force during storms …. depending on which shore you’re standing on, you can’t see across. I am posting some more pics of Spring shipping scenes this evening.

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  2. vfrench

    When I was about 20 I jumped off the back end of the ice house on a hot summer day with some co-workers of mine. It is hard to tell when you are looking at it from the shore, but it is over two stories tall on that side, and a VERY scary jump. It is a story I like to tell my kids because they can hardly believe it now!

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