by Robert Thorson
Lakes are a beloved part of the American landscape, and kettles are the most common type, spanning the northern part of the country from New England to the High Plains. Kettle lakes are depressions formed by meltdown of glacial ice and filled with freshwater. Unlike other kinds of lakes that have significant inlet or outlet streams, kettle lakes are natural wells tapping the groundwater table. This book tells their story from Maine to Montana. Walkere. 309 pages, 14.6 x 21.7 cm, hardcover.
My Price: $6.95
This title is either a clearance item from my stock or remaindered by the publisher. It's a great value, though some copies may have some minor shelf wear or remainder marks (pen mark placed on ends of book at top or bottom by publisher). Quantity is limited to what I have in stock at these prices, so grab these before they go extinct!