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Barking Sands Pacific Missile Range Facility, Beach to South of Cottages
Hawaii

The Barking Sands Cottages at the Pacific Missile Range Facility on the island of Kauai is spectacular especially when you consider the solitude, price, amenities, and beautiful uncrowded beach. This is the beach south of the southeast cottages. Sooooo much sand and sooooooo few people, wonderful.

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Uploaded: 04/07/2011
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Tags: hawaii; kauai; pacific missile range facility; beach; surfing; swimming; snorkeling; cottages; military
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