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Ah, moments to remember. Nice pictures.


love the kayak pic!

Mary Smith

Lovely, lovely. I could stare at this post all day. Let me know what your rainy day plans are. I'm already getting anxious about it!


My brother and his wife call that time "the witching hour". Love your solution, makes me wish we had a beach nearby. Although I'm sure my kids would love the park across the road just as much.


Ah... I remember and don't miss Vancouver winter rain.

But wait, I live somewhere that the mercury routinely dips below -20 C...

Loved the beach photos. Beautiful!

Amy Hoogstad

Hmmmmmm... looks heavenly:) I know EXACTLY what you mean about the 3:30-5:30 stretch... good times:)

The Other Pete

Arsenic hour is the term we learned from an A Rocha friend.

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