Old Salt Does Not Preserve

I remember its storefront. It stood out from the other, more touristy shops on the Ocean City, New Jersey boardwalk. Its brown facade gave it a beach feel that resonated within. This beautiful store, called Old Salt, was a treasure.

Unfortunately, it closed its doors last year and has since been replaced with another store. I miss it. They had some very unique things in that store, and I purchased items that I plan to hold onto for a while, if not forever.

Thank you, Old Salt, for the memories and for the craft ideas. Thank you for giving me a store to enjoy with my family. Thank you for the items that have made a lasting impact on my life, whether or not I still have them.

I’d give anything to bring this store back. Their sister store is located in town, but it is not the same without having Old Salt on the boardwalk. Things change and stores close, but memories can be cherished for a lifetime.

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