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Shelter Bay couple use travel trailer as a family time machine

A modern trend is the vehicle helping drive a Shelter Bay couple’s deeply rooted interest in genealogy.

Garry and Zayna Cline, who formerly owned The Seabird Shop candy and ice cream store on First Street, are again living the sweet life, having joined the growing ranks of recreational vehicle enthusiasts traveling America’s highways and back roads, often while on the trail of clues related to their family histories.

The Clines, longtime RVers, recently purchased a Jayco travel trailer they use while visiting museums, libraries and locales where their forebears once lived, most recently while...


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