Tomorrow: 33 Years Later…

November 9, 2008 1 Comment

November 10th: 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald sinks; 29 killed. For reading material, you can check out this site by some folks at UW-Madison, this site dedicated to the ship, or you can check out good ‘ol Wikipedia .

At least it won’t be that windy tomorrow. Cold, though. At least in the morning. 40s return by Tuesday and will take us through mid-week, but it’ll be a little unsettled, as well.

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  1. Mike says:

    We in the Great Lakes region continue to be captivated by this awful tragedy. This disastrous shipwreck has become legend in no small part because of Gordon Lightfoot’s haunting ballad “The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald.”

    Check out my website to find a YouTube video that combines vintage footage of the “Fitz” and Lightfoot’s song to create a compelling tribute to the mighty Fitz.

    This year’s tribute: http://meanderingmissives.wordpress.com/2008/11/10/a-33-year-legend/

    Last year’s tribune: http://meanderingmissives.wordpress.com/2007/11/10/in-memoriam-november-10-1975/

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