by Barry Adams, Wisconsin State Journal

credit: wpr.org

SAXON HARBOR – The power of water is on constant display here.

It can be seen from the erosion of the steep clay banks, the waves that crash into the breakwalls and the rising waters that have consumed the beach.

On Wednesday, the first Noreaster of the season arrived and brought with it 5- to 6-foot rollers, temperatures in the 50s but a real-feel in the upper 40s thanks to the steady winds.

But the carnage just over two years ago of one of Wisconsin’s most remote harbors didn’t come from the temperamental waters of Lake Superior.

Read more: