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Contributed by: Ricardo Gayle,
Member of Cape Coral’s Sunbeams Creative Writing Club
I used to like the beaches in Jamaica where I lived. It was fun looking at the ocean and the waves. I walked on the beaches and in the water. I don’t swim, so I didn’t go in the deep water. The beach had lots of sand and shells. I wore sandals so I didn’t get too much sand in my shoes. A lot of people like to go to the beach, so it can be crowded. My favorite beach was at Kingston.