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A Pleasant Sort Of Sea

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Day
11
Month
February
Year
1898
Copyright
Public Domain
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The power of the surf is a thing a bont which mauy of us have but the most hazy ideas, and indeed the ordinary conditions with which we are surrounded prevent us from fully appreciating what it can be at times. The people of the island of Chincoteagne, which is about a mile and a half wide, have, however, opportunities for jndgiug this experience, which they mast find the reverse of pleasaut. Ou its easteru side and between it and the ocean is Assateague island, which is also a tnile and a half wide, but the power with which the waves come is so great that at some places the surf sweeps entirely over both islands. -

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