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Spring is coming: Photos of Robert Moses Beach

The Spring weather got to us. Ian and I took a drive to Robert Moses Park to go by the ocean. One quick video from the cellphone at bottom Also, some photos…

Ian Wilder at Robert Moses Park: March 2010

Fire Island Lighthouse: Red scene

Robert Moses: Winter into Spring

Robert Moses: Waves-one

Robert Moses: Waves-two

Sign for Fire Island National Seashore: 3/7/10
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This was one of the first sunny weekends that felt like “Spring” on Long Island. So, we did what a lot of other Long Islanders did – took a drive over by the Fire Island National Seashore and Fire Island lighthouse. Field 4 was closed. But, at Field 5 of Robert Moses Park, we found: waves, children, seniors in their winter coats, kites, in-line skaters, and just a little nip in the air. Below is some footage of the waves as we walked back to the car.

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