Sam Cook: Spring in the North takes patience, vigilance
It seemed like the right day to have lunch at Agate Bay in Two Harbors. The Northland was between spring snowstorms. The sun was high and mighty again. The sheet ice that had formed on Lake Superior overnight was piling up along shore like shards of window panes.
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