Jim Sisko

Jim Sisko

Posted on 08/19/2013


Photo taken on August 11, 2013




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Montreal River Reflections

Montreal River Reflections
From Wikipedia: The Montreal River flows to Lake Superior in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan in the United States. It is 47.8 miles long and drains approximately 270 square miles in a forested region. For most of its length, the river's course defines a portion of the Wisconsin–Michigan border. The Ojibwe name for the river is Gaa-waasijiwaang, meaning "where there is whitewater". The Montreal River issues from Pine Lake in the town of Oma in eastern Iron County in northern Wisconsin. It flows initially northwardly to the boundary between Iron County and Gogebic County, Michigan, then northwestwardly along the state line, past the "twin cities" of Hurley, Wisconsin and Ironwood, Michigan. Downstream of Ironwood the river enters Oronto Bay on the southwestern shore of Lake Superior, approximately 15 miles northwest of Ironwood, at Michigan's westernmost point. There are four named waterfalls on the Montreal River: Peterson Falls, Interstate Falls, Saxon Falls, and Superior Falls.

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