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The Smell of the Sea

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When I was a kid, we used to take vacations to Cape Cod. That’s a 6-hour car ride. Longer if there’s traffic across the bridge.

Naturally, we got very excited when it seemed that the journey was almost at an end. The thing that clued us in was “the smell of the sea”. It was actually the smell of rotting plant life at the edge of briny areas. The sea itself doesn’t…

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Jennifer Dunne

Regular contributor to The Daily Cuppa & Dancing Elephants Press📚Author of fiction and non-fiction✏️Topics: cats, positivity, life, and living in the Caribbean