Along the shores of Lake Huron in the spring and fall the views can disappear in fog and low clouds. From time to time the mists partially clear and visibility returns for a few hundred yards. The pier at the tiny port of Port Sanilac often fades in and out of sight while the fog horns sound for the fishing boats and recreational boaters.
Port Sanilac Pier through Lake Huron Mists
Pamela E. Wiedenbeck
Pamela E. Wiedenbeck is president and founder of Plans Made Perfect, LLC where she is a management consultant and project management trainer for the Caltech Center for Technology and Management Education. She is an active community volunteer and is currently serving on the board of the La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Association where she is the treasurer and an active float builder. She was born and raised in Michigan, attending school at Pierce Public School and Sacred Heart Grade and High Schools in Roseville, Michigan. She received her BS in physics at the University of Michigan, MS in planetary science at the California Institute of Technology, and MBA from the Drucker School, Claremont Graduate University.
She is the editor of With Portia O'er the Door, a memoir collection celebrating the centennial of the Martha Cook Building at the University of Michigan. She is also the author of Pam, You Not Doing Job, a collection of personal essays on the art of consulting and project management which was published by Kindle Direct Publishing in 2019. She studies writing through UCLA Extension and has studied photography through National Geographic workshops. See more of her work on her website.