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The Beach at Gillson Park in the Winter
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This is not the optimum season to visit the beach, certainly. Hence the car which our friend courteously drove directly onto the ice-caked sand. Later in the winter, on colder years, the beach ice stretches out quite a way into Lake Michigan.

In the distance you can see the Bahai Temple.

Copyright: Jeffrey Martin
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