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Dipped cone is a marvel to behold

June 24, 2014
Dr. Shahar Madjar (smadjar@yahoo.com) , Mining Journal

My life is spent along a serpentine curve connecting two points. At one end is my home, at the other, a hospital. I drive to work in style! My radio is tuned to the "Bob and Tom Show" for laughs, then to PBS for facts, then to Hilary Hahn playing the violin, for pure delight. I drive along scenic routes, besides Teal Lake, and as the sun rises over L'Anse Bay, I drive through sleepy, picturesque Chassell, and across a lift-bridge over the Keweenaw waterway. Along the way to work, I have seen a wandering deer, a lonely duck, and a group of Kamikaze geese who always seem to be crossing the road at the exact same time I am about to hit them. I slam the brakes and let them pass. And I continue to drive.

 
 

 

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