The Door County house had endured Lake Michigan’s blasts of icy air and freezing splashes for twenty-five years, then creaked to life in spring when occupants arrived to plant cucumbers and tomatoes, populate the chicken coop with hatchlings, sweep leaves off the wide wooden porch and throw the windows open. Terns hovered high above the house, riding the updraft on their broad wings, red beaks standing out against the... Read More →
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