Nash, Edith / Practice the here and now: selected writings of Edith Nash
New York cousins, pp. 27-28
28ents. The boys discussed the Great Lakes knowledgeably and insisted they were salt. "Oh, no," I said, "I was just swimming in Lake Michigan. The Great Lakes are fresh water. The largest in the world." "Oh, no," they said, "The Great Lakes are salt. It is in our geography book." "Wrong," I said. "Right," they said laughing, and we swam some more.
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