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Surf Line Sunning At Shoys Beach, St. Croix

I noted a couple changes to Shoys Beach on my latest visit to St. Croix just four short weeks ago. For one thing, the tangle of trees at back of the sand was thicker and greener than I remembered. The strand of sand itself was also thinner. Greater greens made for some nice extra shade. Less sand wasn’t all bad either, especially for those who prefer sunning right at the surf line.

Wish you were here..?

Last updated by Steve Bennett on .

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