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Neal caught the scent of coconut oil as she approached. Adela padded into the kitchen, casual in white cut-offs and a sky blue tank that set off her eyes. Thick, red hair fell in finger curls around freckled shoulders, courtesy of Mother Nature, she said.
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Neal raced through the puddled streets, vaulted down the cement stairs to Calafia State Beach parking and sprinted through the empty lot, stopping briefly to scan for her car. Heart pounding, he continued over the Surfliner tracks and launched down the wooden access stairs, landing with a thunk in the sand. He swept the broad swath of beach stretching before him.
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