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Thursday, June 14, 2007

Summertime in Grand Haven

Just a few days ago, I decided to take a bikeride to Grand Haven, Michigan, which happens to be a town twenty miles north of my hometown.

Along the way there is Kirk Park, which happens to be one of the county parks. One of the spots to visit at Kirk is the gravesite of the son of one of the original homesteaders of this area.

The Michigan shoreline is considered to be one of the best vacation spots in the U.S., the main reason for this happens to be the many dunes that line the area beaches. These dunes are very fragile and are considered to be environmentally important to this area.

Here are a few photos of the Grand Haven Pier Lighthouse. This is really a site to see If you happen to se it at night.

This picture is of the old Grand Haven Life Saving Station. This is the building that housed the Coast Guard in Grand Haven before the current station was built. It has since then been made into someone's home.

This picture is of Washington Street, the main street of the Grand Haven business district. It is also a popular spot for people to hang out during the summer and on weekends.


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