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Mangakuri Beach

Another gem location I never knew about until recently. I knew of Mangakuri being the ideal spot for seafood, but it was great location for a Saturday family day out. It was actually a ward activity for elders quorum and high priests.
Only your jandals (flip flops) are missing.

Hubba didn't like the water at first.

Camp.

She changed her mind after a few minutes.

Your footprints are missing too!

Leven, who is nearly a year old.

Jeston.

Olivian.

Stan the Man.

Everard.

Just like they do in Mexico. We forgot the chili .. and butter .. and salt.

The babies.

Ano.

Ngawi and his Daddy-O.

Good dayout.
I do dislike I am doing all of this without you, but it's part of the 'looking forward' process and time fly's when you're having fun. I pretty much want to have fun so time can fly by and we'll be together again as partners in crime.
Miss you.

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