Wednesday, October 26, 2011
A Great Lake
Western Michigan, bounded by Lake Michigan, is all about sunsets. Every evening, folks gather in waterfront parks all along the coastline to see nature's display. I've even seen a crowd burst into spontaneous applause after the last sliver of sun sinks below the horizon.
I was on the west side of the state recently. It's fun to be reminded how special a sunset is, even if we do get to see 25,000 of them over the course of a lifetime.