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August 14, 1998

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CAPE GAZETTE, Friday, August 14 - August 20, 1998 - 37 Photo courtesy Delaware Office of Tourism Delaware's beaches provide primary water recreation for residents and visitors Delaware's beaches, the state's greatest natural recreational resource, photograph shows the wide beaches of Seashore State Park sweeping stretch from Fenwick Island, at the southern end of the state, northward northward from Indian River Inlet. Beginning at a point near Bethany along the ocean coast and up into Delaware Bay all the way to Deemer's Beach, the flow of sand along Delaware's beaches - called the littoral drift - Beach just south of the City of New Castle. The beaches provide primary moves from south to north. The jetties of Indian River Inlet interrupt the water recreation for the people of Delaware and millions of visitors each littoral drift. The beaches shown here have to be fortified with sand year. As such they bring millions of dollars into the state's economy. This pumped from south of the inlet to combat the starving effect of the jetties. YOUR EDGEHILL PHARMACIST IS THE EXPERT TO TURN TO... BEFORE YOU TAKE ANY MEDICATION