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Lake District Fun and Games

I'm just back from a lovely short stay with my family in the Lakes. The highlight was our beach trip with my kids and their cousins. We found an old fish crate that first became a mammoth sandcastle mould, needing two adults to turn it over & creating an impressive castle once decorated with feathers and other flotsum and jetsum. The boys then tried to plug the holes in the bottom with sand to make themselves a boat- which sank immediately of course. Steve was prevailed upon to whittle plugs instead and the crate floated- through not for long with my son in it! My littlest niece fitted in it perfectly and was carefully taken out on the waves shrieking with laughter all the way by my sister. It just goes to show that you can spend lots of money on expensive toys when sometimes the best are found items and a healthy dose of imagination!