knew the history
Citizens of Chicago would not know this information unless they research certain land-based properties like the one we, the Journal of Ordinary Thought, are concerned with. I call it DuSable's point because it's located on a small piece of land off of the lake, a few steps south of Navy Pier. I wouldn't want to see this land disappear or made into a garage.
Let's make it a park!
DuSable's point would be a welcome spot for natives as well as out-of-town guests who want to experience the true origins of our great city.
Maybe they would like to see the rise and fall of the slopes covered with the past seeds and present weeds so that everyone can contribute to the future deeds and see nature blending with Lake Michigan, sending informative vibes that are high as the tides.
outline of trees that bring oxygen and air and all that breathes