I am at my town’s Harbor, just across from the Dog Beach.
Before I got here, I went to that white building behind me.
Do you see it?
I went to the Vet and I was told that I’ve gained a lot of weight.
So it means longer walks.
For the past 11 days, we had sunny warm Fall weather.
I had delightful walks to the park.
Mom and I diverted from our walking route and decided to take some photos on the most popular attraction in my town.
We are 3 miles from this attraction.
Yes, it’s white and huge.
It is circular in shape, has 9 sides.
The surroundings and grounds are very well manicured and maintained.
Here I am on the entrance door.
Check out the stairs and the railings.
How about the intricate design.
Since this is circular in shape, there are many sides.
Here I am on one side.
You get a closer look of the detailed design.
There was a fountain across and mom was about to take a photo of me …
someone tapped her shoulder and said “Sorry, no dogs allowed.” Oooops!!!
We lived in this town for many many years and never knew that dogs were not allowed. Well, we usually just walk around the perimeter (sidewalk) and always intimidated to go inside since we knew it is a place of spiritual service. Golden Apology, I was a good dog … just taking photos. But one last photo …
I am at the Bahai House of Worship, a temple.
It is located just N of Chicago, between the shores of Lake Michigan.
It was constructed in 1953. This temple is one of the 7 in the world and the only one in North America. This in particular is the largest and the oldest surviving Bahai Temple.
Make sure if you plan to visit Chicago, find some time and visit the North Shore. The Bahai House is great photo opp. You will not miss it especially if you take Sheridan Road.
I hope you enjoyed another edition of
Sugar’s Golden Tours: Chicago’s North Shore.
Lots of Golden Woofs