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Natural Beaches Still Exist

"Ever wonder what Galveston Island looked like before us land dwellers moved in? I know a place. It’s just beyond the seawall on the West End. It’s Galveston in its natural state — sandy beach and dunes along the Gulf of Mexico, giving way to an interior section of coastal prairie that transforms into salt marsh and shallow bay on the backside of the island." - excerpt from article in the Daily News.

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