Gales of November, Lake Superior. Perhaps this makes it clearer how so many, many ships were lost in the sudden November storms on Superior and Michigan Great Lakes.

Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald Still Haunts 34 years Later

One of the most intriguing rock formations recently discovered by Google Earth spotters is the strange rock formation in the prairies of central Canada that looks like the face of an Indian. The rock formation is in Alberta, Canada about 300km southeast of Calgary, near the border with Saskatchewan. The rock formation's "face" measures about 255m across and it's about 225m long. You can check it out in Google Maps or just enter 50° 0'38.20"N 110° 6'48.32"W in Google Earth.

This amazing shot was taken over Alberta, Canada. Quite clearly a face can be seen in what appears to be Native American headdress. The face has since been nicknamed the “Badlands Guardian”.


Canadian Forces Boeing Vertol Labrador helicopter from CFB Gander, 103 Search and Rescue Sqn. landing on a sea stack off the tip of Bell Island in Captain Randy Price (check pilot) and Captain David Barkes at the controls. The rock sea stack

At 1282 feet long, the Hartland, Ontario, Canada, Covered Bridge is the longest covered bridge in the world. It was built in 1901 on July 4.

Hartland Covered Bridge, Hartland, New Brunswick, is the longest covered bridge in the world. It was built July 1901 at 391 metres long, and crosses the St John River.

Located in the Western Passage of the Passamaquoddy Bay, between Deer Island, NB and Eastport, ME, Old Sow is the largest natural whirlpool in the Western Hemisphere and the second largest in the world. From an aerial photograph taken in the late 90s, it is estimated that the diameter of Old Sow Whirlpool measures up to 76 meters or 250 feet.

Located off the coast of Maine near Deer Island, New Brunswick the Old Sow Whirlpool is the largest whirlpool in the western hemisphere!

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