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As we are in the grips of a winter storm at the moment - strong winds, lots of rain and cold - I had to dig back to a previous summer. These photos show two of my granddaughters collecting treasures and playing with them at a small beach accessed from my brother's holiday house. We were there for a family get together when my sister was visiting from Western Australia.

We will soon be escaping this dreadful weather for a couple of weeks. We are of to Bali in just under two weeks to meet this same sister and spend 10 days or so in the sun.
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Barbara said…
These girls are adorable! Bali sounds good to me right now too! Lucky you!
Kate said…
Beautiful girls, precious photos!

Hope you enjoy your trip to the sun.
quiltzyx said…
Oh to go on a Treasure Hunt at the seaside!!
Your grandies are beautiful Maree, thanks for sharing & have a wonderful time in Bali!
quiltzyx said…
Oh to go on a Treasure Hunt at the seaside!!
Your grandies are beautiful Maree, thanks for sharing & have a wonderful time in Bali!

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