STRONG waves pounded the shoreline on the east coast of Florida as hurricane Irene moved northward. The waves at Cocoa Beach were forceful and the rip tides were fierce. A lifeguard had a jet ski on standby if it was needed. Water is one component of a hurricane the main ingredient is wind. Waves worked on eroding the shore as the wind drove grains of sand through the air that felt like a sandblaster when it hit the skin.

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  1. Wow, you have really portrayed well the awesome power that preceeds the hurricaine weather. Some people are definitely bold and oftentimes foolhardy in their attempt at thrill-seeking.

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    1. There was a feeling of excitement with the impending storm, some are bigger risk takers than others.
      Unfortunately so many lives were effected by this devastating storm.

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