Waters from Ontario and Minnesota, waters from Wisconsin, waters from Illinois and Indiana, waters from Michigan, waters from Ohio and Pennsylvania, waters from New York flow past the islands.
Daytime sun shines upon these rippling waters gleaming, shimmering, hypnotizing the islanders. Morning and evening sun shines on these placid waters, reddening, silhouetting, enchanting the islanders. Sunshine and water, a magical combination that entices return year after year. Summer magic enough to last a year.
Sun shines on the waters of the Atlantic, the Pacific, the Gulf of Mexico, evaporating and cleansing, enabling rain and snow to fall on Ontario, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York, flowing past the islands, nourishing algae, sedges, reeds and water lilies, enabling minnows, perch, bass, pike and muskies.
Sun shines on the islands, growing grasses, berries, bushes, basswoods, maples and oaks, providing shelter and food for wrens, finches, robins, blue birds and hawks, for otters, rabbits, foxes, raccoons and deer. Summer magic enough to last a year.
Sun and water, a magical combination that takes what the sun sacrifices, to flow rivers, forest islands, evolve, protect and nourish animals.
This and only this magical combination, requires no earthly sacrifices. The magical combination, a cornucopia that can provide all the Earth needs for a near eternity of years – no earthly moonscapes necessary.