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Skinny Dipping

Thank you, thank you, thank you for all your good wishes - we have had an amazing wedding anniversary!

We will share our photos soon, but for now - here's one to zoom in on...

 It was a scorching day on our actual anniversary, so what better way to spend it than to be naked in a reservoir!

We've returned to lots of hard work & the start of a busy September for our B&B...

Hope you're all having a lovely weekend!

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Cottage Tails said…
LOL

You two are characters!

Love Leanne
Grenson Jones said…
I think I need a pint after the zoom :-)
Anonymous said…
What fun! I'm so glad you had a good time & hope that Mike and I can go skinny dipping some day. :)
Kath said…
Any excuse to show your wobbly bits LOL
Scarlet said…
Glad you had a fab anniversary and what a wonderful way to celebrate it! Skinny dipping - that's on my list of things to do - maybe in the Caribbean Sea next year :)
Jane and Chris said…
Hey, if it's good enough for a prince....
Jane x
Becky said…
Never been skinny dipping, glad to hear you had a great anniversary x

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