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  • dukehjsteve
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    Originally posted by Double R Bar
    I think Lake Erie is the shallowest of the five Great Lakes.
    That is exactly correct. Not only the "shallowest ", but drastically so, compared to the other 4.

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  • Double R Bar
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    I think Lake Erie is the shallowest of the five Great Lakes.

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  • tandfman
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    Ah, yes, but it also has the honor of bordering Buffalo. :roll:

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  • Cooter Brown
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    Originally posted by dukehjsteve
    Whar feature of Lake Erie makes it drastically different from the other four Great Lakes ?
    It has the dishonor of bordering Cleveland?

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  • Daisy
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    Originally posted by dukehjsteve
    Originally posted by gh
    Yeah, that was almost embarrassing to post!
    Whar feature of Lake Erie makes it drastically different from the other four Great Lakes ?
    Temperature?

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  • dukehjsteve
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    Originally posted by gh
    Yeah, that was almost embarrassing to post!
    Whar feature of Lake Erie makes it drastically different from the other four Great Lakes ?

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  • gh
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    Yeah, that was almost embarrassing to post!

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  • Pego
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    I guess, I am the first one here, as this is probably the easiest one of the whole exercise - Michigan.

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  • gh
    started a topic end of Year Geography Quiz, Question 38:

    end of Year Geography Quiz, Question 38:

    (sorry for the blank spot yesterday; Comcast broadband decided to take the day off on me):

    38. Of the five Great Lakes - Michigan, Huron, Superior, Erie and Ontario - which is the only one entirely within the borders of the United States?
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