Happy Labor Day from Down the Shore

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During another lifetime, I lived in number of seaside towns on the New Jersey coast. Labor Day is always a bittersweet holiday for shore communities. For seasonal tourists, it marks the unofficial end of summer and the beginning of the school year, but locals secretly rejoice to see the crowds leave and to get the beaches back to themselves.

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