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After the Storm

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Matt Stark unloads storm debris from the back of his pickup into an ever-growing pile of driftwood, brush, and rubbish along West End Drive in the Hawks Nest Beach section of Old Lyme Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Stark's parents own a cottage on West End Drive and he was helping to clean up storm debris from the property. Among the items that Stark found was a buoy registered from New York State.

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Members of a salvage crew work to secure the Miss Dee, a 35-foot sailboat based out of North Stonington, before hauling the boat off of the rocks along the Groton side of the Mystic River during a salvage operation Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. The Miss Dee was blown into the rocks during the remnants of Hurricane Sandy.

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The Miss Dee, a 35-foot sailboat based out of North Stonington, is hauled off of the rocks along the Mystic River using a crane barge during a salvage operation Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. The Miss Dee was blown into the rocks during the remnants of Hurricane Sandy.

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Residents begin the slow process of cleaning up and rebuilding along West End Drive in the Hawks Nest Beach section of Old Lyme Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.

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Bart Muhs and his father Ralph work on re-enforcing the foundation and floorboards at Bart's beach front home on West End Drive in the Hawks Nest Beach section of Old Lyme Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.

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Bart Muhs and his father Ralph work on re-enforcing the foundation and floorboards at Bart's beach front home on West End Drive in the Hawks Nest Beach section of Old Lyme Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.

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A chair buried in the sand from Hurricane Sandy sits behind destroyed cottages along West End Drive in the Hawks Nest Beach section of Old Lyme Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.

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Matt Stark unloads storm debris from the back of his pickup into an ever-growing pile of driftwood, brush and rubbish along West End Drive in the Hawks Nest Beach section of Old Lyme Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Stark's parents own a cottage on West End Drive and he was helping to clean up storm debris from the property. Among the items that Stark found was a buoy registered in New York State.

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A man with a metal detector walks Point O' Woods beach near large piles of sand recovered from the local roads as residents begin the slow process of cleaning up and rebuilding along the Old Lyme shoreline Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.