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article imagePhoto Essay: Summer at Long Beach, Washington Special

By Matt Harding     Jul 30, 2012 in Travel
Long Beach - While the rest of the United States shows temperatures in the 80s, 90s and 100s, the Pacific Northwest sports temps in the 60s. This, however, does not stop beachgoers at Washington's famed Long Beach.
Although Long Beach may not be as toured as California's Laguna Beach, South Carolina's Myrtle Beach or the Florida's Daytona Beach, it is still a popular destination among beachgoers in the U.S.
People come with their wives, kids, dogs or by themselves. All of them leave having had a good time. Some swim in the cool Pacific Ocean waters while others just walk the sand, collecting seashells and taking pictures.
Abandoned sand castles on Long Beach
Abandoned sand castles on Long Beach
Beachgoers walk along the sand and water
Beachgoers walk along the sand and water
A seagull flies along the water line
A seagull flies along the water line
Seagull
Seagull
Pacific Ocean at Long Beach
Pacific Ocean at Long Beach
An SUV parked along the ocean
An SUV parked along the ocean
Beachgoers at Long Beach
Beachgoers at Long Beach
Beachgoers play with their dog
Beachgoers play with their dog
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