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Raleigh, North Carolina
July 1, 2006
As you wind down the small country road, which has a wide comfortable sidewalk, you wonder if the beach is nearby. If you're not up for a walk, you can simply hitch a ride from the local cab company for $1. A lot of people must use it, because it's the same guy all day every day.
As you near the bottom of the hill, you notice the small cove, hidden behind a wide array of trees, and you can simply see a small cafe with some comfort facilities. The white building is offset by the bright pastels that accent its features. Past the smoky aroma of grilled burgers and nutty ice cream, you're eager to change into your suit and find this exotic paradise.
As you round the corner, however, your breath is simply taken away. Your vision of normal, everyday life is replaced by the incredible postcard vision before you. As far as your eye can see, you're captured by the beauty of another world. Gone is the memory of home, or the troubles of day-to-day life. You simply are taken away by the vision.
The beach itself is crystal clear, stretching for miles upon miles. The warm sand is a soft pink color, almost white. And when you step upon it, it's like walking on feathery sugar. It's soft and gently, almost as if someone had sifted the sand before placing it before you. On the right, you see a small cliff-like structure, hiding a tiny waterpond that's perfect for children. Giggling children run from their tiny beach to the depth of the water (which could only be about 6 inches deep). Moms and dads relax as they watch their children enjoy this small adventure.
If you ever have the chance to visit, this is a "can't miss" opportunity. It will render you speechless.
From journal Bermuda: Another Word for Paradise!
OCEANSIDE, New York
August 8, 2005
From journal Bermuda Family Reunion