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Thu Dec 5, 2019, 11:33 AM

Lake Gitchegumee: Sea stack at Tettegouche toppled by powerful winter storm

Sea stack at Tettegouche toppled by powerful winter storm

An oft-photographed symbol of Minnesota's North Shore is no more, after this weekend's powerful winter storm toppled the sea stack at Tettegouche.

Minnesota Public Radio (MPR) News reports that the stack was all that remained of a naturally formed stone arch which connected the stack with a nearby cliff. The arch collapsed in 2010, leaving the stack standing alone.

Pictures @ link
https://www.kare11.com/article/sports/outdoors/sea-stack-at-tettegouche-toppled-by-powerful-winter-storm/89-56d736af-d8a9-4306-aecd-0c85ada41bf2

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Response to Botany (Original post)

Thu Dec 5, 2019, 02:59 PM

1. Erosion and gravity are a bitch

Reminds of when the New Hampshirites got upset when the old man in the mountain's face fell off. It was, and still is, the state emblem.


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Response to Botany (Original post)

Thu Dec 5, 2019, 04:38 PM

2. All things must pass.

All things must pass away.

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Response to Botany (Original post)

Thu Dec 5, 2019, 04:58 PM

3. Entropy strikes again. NT

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