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February 24, 2011

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Sarah V.

Oh my goodness! I want to go there! It looks lovely. It'd be nice to take a stroll there during the warm summer months, but those red lighthouses look amazing next to the white snow.

Dominique King

Sarah-It is a great place to visit any season, although this winter, it wasn't really possible to walk out on the pier.
We've got several red lighthouses in Michigan that look particularly stunning against the snow and bright blue skies in winter...Grand Haven is one of the prettiest :)

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