On a typically cool August 9th morning in 1993, we depart Meldrum Bay, motoring out to meet the rising southwesterly. The low sun angle illuminates the western shore of Manitoulin at Twenty Minute Point, likely named that because it takes at least twenty minutes to get around its broad bend.
While the beach looks sandy, it is probably small stones or rocky shale. Just on the horizon in the distance, another sailor reaches westward.
This article first appeared in 1995.
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Author: James W. Hebert