The associate tells Joe that he ran into an old buddy and went fishing at lake huron.
When he was thirteen he and his father rescued the passengers of a crippled boat on lake huron.
Munro grew up in the thirties in small towns around lake huron in Canada.
As he spoke the boy stood erect and looked in all directions over the smooth waters of lake huron.
The girl was a Wyandot from lake huron, and had been baptised but a week before.
lake huron, which was the water the fugitives were now on, lies nearly parallel to Michigan, and the course was southeasterly.
The distance hence to lake huron is about twenty-five leagues.
But without any effort on his part, Mr. Evans has become the owner of a small island somewhere in lake huron.
The former fled to lake huron, to which they imparted their name.
A favorable breeze springing up, we sped gaily out into the blue lake huron.
the North American lake is named for the Indian people, whose name is from obsolete French huron "bristle-haired" (the French word frequently was used in reference to head-dresses, and that might be its original sense here), from Old French huré "bristly, unkempt, shaggy," of uncertain origin, but French sources indicate it probably is from Germanic.