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Hidden : 08/08/2012
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SWE: Grustag som blev badstrand som förföll.

ENG: Gravel pit that became a beach, which disappeared.

SWE: Grusgropen, eller faktiskt grusgroparna, eftersom det är två, lär varit grustag åt Såtenäs. Den västra, som är förbunden med Vänern, var under många år under 70- till 90-talet en populär badplats åt lokalbefolkningen, och vattnet höll en riktigt bra badkvalitet. Nedåt den nu igenvuxna vägen, låg en pareringsplats på höger sida. Framåt mitten av 90-talet började platsen förfalla. Troligtvis för att någon eldsjäl inte orkade hålla undan växtlighet från sandstranden och parkeringen. Den östra grusgropen var aldrig badbar. Vattnet hade ingen cirkulation och var mer av kärr. Vid stora vägen syns också storebergs stolta grindstenar.
ENG: Gravel Pit, or in fact gravel pits, as there are two, was gravel pits to Såtenäs. The pit to the west, which is connected to Lake Vänern, was for many years during the 70 - to 90-century is a popular swimming spot for locals, and the water had a really good quality for swimming. Down the now overgrown road, to the right, it was a parking area. Toward the mid 90's began the site lapse. Probably because someone driving force was unable to keep clear vegetation from the sandy beach and parking lot. The eastern gravel pit was never used for swimming. The water had no circulation and was more of the marsh. At the main road you can see the proud gate stones of Storeberg.

Behållare innehåller penna och loggremsa/In the container pen and logbook.

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