In the summers of 2012 and 2013, I traveled to Northern Ontario around the shore of Lake Superior. I went for the same reason that several members of the Group of Seven went: for inspiration from the wild surroundings. I was not disappointed. The boreal forests and the savage coast of the northernmost of the Great Lakes create a place like no other, so near to the thickly inhabited lands to the south, yet so far as well. In some places, one can see little sign of human habitation; in others, one hears the roar of traffic on the heavily traveled highway that runs along the shore of Lake Superior.
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