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    Working at the Beach
    I'm in heaven!

    I have an aircard - a reclining beach chair with attached umbrella - a cooler full of lemonade and chips.

    The beach is only about 1/4 mile so it's an easy drive with no traffic.

    So far it's magic. All the folks on vacation are a "little jealous" that this is my summer office.

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    Must be nice! I am cramped up in doors, however, with the tempature so high it does feel good to be in a cooled air conditoned house and I might not get any work done at the beach with all the girls roaming around keeping me distracted

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    ABW Ambassador Doug247's Avatar
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    I can relate. When I was 19 I worked in an arcade on the Boardwalk in NJ. Best Job I ever had!

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    Congrats on being able to enjoy your "beach office!"
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    Reach me at kim.salvino(at)performancehorizon.com or on (443) 617-4036

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    Sounds sweeeet...

    What city, state is this in?

    Geno

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    Geno I live on Cape Cod, which is eastern most part of Massachusetts. We're actually an island attached to the mainland by two bridges.

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    AM Navigator Geno Prussakov's Avatar
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    Sounds like fun. I've viewed a few online pictures of Cape Cod just now. It looks gorgeous... How many months in the year can you swim the ocean up there?

    Geno

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    We can't swim all that many months. The water really doesn't warm up until late June or early July and then by early September it's all over - unless we have an unusual heat wave. I live on the north side of the Cape, in a super quaint little town called Sandwich, so the water really is never really warm. We usually wade in a little bit and call it a day.

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    Pics or didn't happen.

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    The slot machine that IS paid! Billy Kay's Avatar
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    Aunt Lilly!!!!

    Livin' the dream!!! Congrats

    Of course, I want you to post from the same spot... in November - LOLOL

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    Naked Gamer I don't have a digital camera, or I would be glad to post a pic.

    I will get one before November, so I can send pictures to both you and Billy Kay!

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