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Sunday’s overcast weather provided the perfect opportunity for residents like the Barclay family get out and enjoy the beach. Honey Barclay, left, helps her daughter Alisara across the driftwood while Arada follows behind.  - NIOMI PEARSON/The News Bulletin
Sunday’s overcast weather provided the perfect opportunity for residents like the Barclay family get out and enjoy the beach. Honey Barclay, left, helps her daughter Alisara across the driftwood while Arada follows behind.
— image credit: NIOMI PEARSON/The News Bulletin

Sunday’s overcast weather provided the perfect opportunity for residents like the Barclay family get out and enjoy the beach.

Honey Barclay, left, helps her daughter Alisara across the driftwood while Arada follows behind.

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