Bear with me today…I was too young to realize what was going on, but on 10 November, 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald went down in Lake Superior with all hands. Much later on, in college, my best friend and I worked a production of Ten November, which was one of the more gut-wrenching plays I’ve ever had the great good fortune to be involved with. The ship was later found, but the men who sailed her were mostly not. And no one knows exactly what happened, although there is much speculation ranging from a rogue wave to alien abduction. At any rate, this day always messes with me a little. Because there were real men, and real families, behind the Gordon Lightfoot song. And if you grew up around the Great Lakes, you know none of them are forgiving…but most particularly not Superior, and definitely not in winter.

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