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Follow this path to the lakeshore.
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But the heaviest snow usually falls away from the immediate lakeshore, where higher elevation helps to squeeze out the most moisture.
Most natural interactions between an object and its surrounding medium favor the creation of rounded objects, Loeb said, like pebbles on a lakeshore made smooth by lapping water.
Miles of terraced vineyards cascaded down steep slopes to the lakeshore.
The bill is supported by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, the state's largest business group, which has raised the issue of the lakeshore monitor in the past.
Dozens of paddlers, many of whom, like Simmons, borrowed free gear from the Northwest Indiana Paddling Association, headed toward a landing spot at Howe Road in the national lakeshore.
Join Student Conservation Association interns at 11 a.m. at the national lakeshore's Paul H. Douglas Center, 100 N. Lake St., Gary, on Saturday.
The 30-acre grounds—a mix of dense woods and manicured gardens on 2,000 feet of lakeshore—offer technicolor fantasies in spring and summer, and painterly moonscapes in winter.
Some of my favorites have been national monuments (never just statues to dead white guys), national lakeshores and national seashores. 2.
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