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Old Posted Sep 25, 2013, 8:01 PM
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Think about Winnipeg.
 
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Originally Posted by Cyrodill View Post
It's an analogy reg: spreading sand near a body of water and calling it a beach that is in close proximity or located near possible contamination or over flow from sewage or industrial waste located near or in a large metropolitan area or lake located in the same proximity.
Secluded beaches aren't necessarily immune from that kind of thing. Cattle farm runoff and Winnipeg sewage overflows can end up in the Red River which empties out into Lake Winnipeg where people swim. Granted the amounts are probably trivial in the grand scheme of things, but sort of people who would dry-heave at the thought of swimming in the Red River are essentially doing that when they take a dip at Gimli, Grand Beach and Victoria Beach.
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