An Illustrated Guide to Lake Superior's Beach Stones Michigan

Author: N.A

Publisher: Thunder Bay Press Michigan

ISBN: N.A

Category: Nature

Page: 23

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A 24 page concise, just-the-facts identification guide to the beach stones along the Lake Superior shore of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Illustrated by the author with very realistic paintings and accompanied with maps and clear directions to the public-accessible beaches from Little Girl's Point near Ironwood to Whitefish Point. Nearly 30,000 copies sold since 2001. A must for beachcombers and vacationers coming to the U.P.!
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Author: Josie Iselin

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

ISBN: 9780810955332

Category: Nature

Page: 144

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This exquisite volume--at once a gorgeous art book and a nature guide--presents more than 200 exceptional stones from around the world and describes the fascinating natural processes that produced them. Art lovers and beachcombing spirits everywhere will cherish this gift book.
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A Guide for the Curious Beachcomber

Author: Blair Witherington

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1561649880

Category: Nature

Page: 400

View: 1458

A newly updated edition of the comprehensive bestselling guide to all things found on Florida's 700 miles of sandy beaches. Over 1400 identified beach features, animals, shells, plants, minerals, and manmade objects, with over 1300 full-color images and over 500 maps and 400 pages.
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From the Exotic to the Everyday

Author: Irina Miech

Publisher: Kalmbach Books

ISBN: 1627000151

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 112

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Whether its beach stones, seed pods, or Queen Elizabeth, Irina draws a direct parallel from her inspirational source to finished handcrafted jewelry. Each of the 24 main projects includes a full-color photo of Miech’s inspiration, an explanation of how she translates that into materials and colors. Pearls, crystals, gemstones, wire and more are used to create stunning necklaces, bracelets and earrings, and every project includes bonus design and technique variations. Readers can make the projects as show, or use them as motivation to discover inspirational sources for their own creative process.
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How to Use TodayÕs Versatile Jewelry-Making Components

Author: Irina Miech

Publisher: Kalmbach Books

ISBN: 1627000585

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 96

View: 8804

In Finding Style, author Irina Miech showcases new materials and components that are fresh on the market and by presenting them in suites of related projects and showing their use in a variety of ways, will help jewelry makers discover their own unique style. With new highlighted techniques and callouts that describe the design process, along with a visual materials list of the new components, Finding Style will assist beaders to complete projects with ease and create fresh and innovative projects!
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Bubble Holes, Barking Sands, and Rippled Runnels

Author: Orrin H. Pilkey,Tracy Monegan Rice,William J. Neal

Publisher: UNC Press Books

ISBN: 9780807855102

Category: Nature

Page: 162

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Three leading coastal geologists provide a guidebook to North Carolina beach characteristics created specifically to enhance trips to the beach for tourists and residents. Original.
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Author: john g rees

Publisher: Black Water Books, Hawaii

ISBN: 0983192081

Category: Fiction

Page: 385

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If you think evil had been put to rest with Halocline, john g rees’ 2nd book of his ‘anoxic zone’ series, think again. Evil does not sleep, nor take a break as men do. It waits, but it is not still. Patient, but never at peace. It waits until men take their break on vigilance. Then the tendrils of greed, lust, power and jealousy insinuate themselves within the fecund soil of the unguarded mind. That is just the beginning. Evil does not want to be forever on the inside, just behind the eyes. No, it wants to live among men, feed on their fear. It wants out! Sechra was just a child when she witnessed man’s cruelty in the extreme. Her young mind became black with hatred for what had been done to her family and people. Now this is what you call fertile soil. In a moment of childhood ignorance, she embraced the seed of evil in an effort to fill the void of all she had lost. It sprouted. Grew. A dark hand guided her, unseen behind Sechra’s sparkling eyes. Years of practice and natural ability rendered the girl a master stonecutter. No one noticed the sinister nature within her sculpture, least of all Sechra, until it was too late. Then all hell breaks loose. ‘Out of Stone’, john g rees’ 4th horror novel, once again grabs hold of the reader by the neck and brings them to places they’ve never been. And never want to be. That’s the fun of it! Out of Stone, takes two characters from his earlier award winning anoxic zone series and gives them headline roles. They fulfill them rather tremendously; bringing us into worlds we did not know existed, showing us horrors from theirs and other lives that immediately become our own. We follow Sechra, who was a peculiar little girl as Halocline ended and just a child when she witnessed man’s cruelty in the extreme. Her young mind became black with hatred for what had been done to her family and people. Her Aunt Karuna was there more often for the girl, as her daughter Riana & Vlad, her husband, the Voivode, were more involved in the workings of their people and land in Romania. Karuna most definitely thought Sechra was a unique child. Her determination and strength of mind were amazing. She had been through a lot in her young life, things that would have turned others mad. Instead, she turned it out to art. Sechra had turned into quite the sculptor in her teens, continuing on to amaze and confound her family, acquaintances, and then the art world, none of which had never seen such hideous visions, let alone imagine them. Karuna Danesti felt the evil in Sechra’s work and knew it had to be out in the world as well. That was what Sechra’s work was saying. No one noticed the sinister nature within her sculpture, least of all Sechra, until it was too late. Then all hell breaks loose!
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A Guide to the Park's Greatest Hiking Adventures

Author: Dolores Kong,Dan Ring

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 076278377X

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 288

View: 7796

Sample more than 120 miles of hiking trails through the approximately 40,000 acres of America's first national park.
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Author: Anthony Stones

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 1460288653

Category: Poetry

Page: 130

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Just as before, these poems reflect my thoughts upon my own experiences as well as my observations on the experiences we all encounter at each phase of our lives. Many of these poems, unlike the first effort, are more recent, and therefore image events closer to the present. This time, too, the poems are less chronological, whereas I felt the first poems should remain mostly in the order in which they were written over fifty years. I do not see poems as sad so much as thoughtful and reflective commentaries, very often wry and tongue-in-cheek. The poems in this book are mostly like that.
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Origin and Evolution

Author: Mary Hill

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520048317

Category: History

Page: 262

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mit über 1000 Abbildungen

Author: Mick Jagger,Keith Richards,Charlie Watts,Ronnie Wood

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9783791347172

Category: Rock groups

Page: 351

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Author: Jan Shaffer

Publisher: A Summoning Stone

ISBN: 9781425940430

Category: Fiction

Page: 112

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POETIC SPIRITUALISM SOULISM is a poetic book of memoirs that acknowledge the unspoken contemplations and deep emotional aspects of our human-ness and the great transformational power of our God-ness. "We create our reality, whether heaven or hell, on earth from our beliefs about our past, our present, and our future by the state of mind and self-perceptions that we hold" Soulism imparts the message of the universal spirituality of life, love, pain, disappointment, sexuality, and the struggle for spiritual transformation and self-empowerment in poetic form, and reflects the ability we all have to be an inspiration, and to be guided by Divine Intention, Love, and truth in ways that provide inner growth and positive transformation on a personal and universal scale. This book will take you on a journey into the soul. So as you step into the pages of this book, acknowledge the truths that it reflects within yourself and embrace the power you possess to transform your experience of life.
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Author: Hope M. Shelley

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 1439611963

Category: Photography

Page: 128

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Long before Maine became known as Vacationland in the 1890s, Wells beckoned promoters and guests from the inland cities of New England. During the 1850s and 1870s two grand hotels, complete with entertainment centers, accommodated these visitors. By 1885 the hotels had been destroyed by fires, but they were replaced with smaller boarding houses and private cottages. Beginning with the wealthy mill owners and industrialists and then expanding to include the working class, Wells’ tourist industry has thrived for more than a century. Summer visitors have experienced Wells’ multitude of natural resources. Miles of beach, rock-bound coast, and refreshing seabreezes beckon vacationers to return annually. In turn, Wells’ economy, landscape, and development has catered to the needs of both these visitors and the year-round residents.
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Author: Clarence Ellis

Publisher: Faber & Faber

ISBN: 0571353592

Category: Nature

Page: 218

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This is a book about the simple pleasure of pebble spotting. Clarence Ellis is a charming, knowledgeable and witty guide to everything you didn't know there was to know about pebbles. He ruminates on what a pebble actually is, before showing us how they are formed, advising on the best pebble-spotting grounds in the UK, helping to identify individual stones, and giving tips on the necessary kit. You'll know your chert from your schist, your onyx from your agate, and will be on your guard for artificial intruders before you know it. Understanding the humble pebble makes a trip to the beach, lake-side or river bank simply that little bit more fascinating.
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Author: Harriet Ziefert

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 9780618345748

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 32

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Introduces counting and basic addition, as shown through activities that involve specific numbers of participants, such as a musical quartet and nine players on a Little League Team.
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