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Thanks for posting. Watching it put a smile on my face !
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Fantastic Bro!!! Love it!!
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Great vid. Brings back very fond memories of my eldest daughter (now 23) bathed in a large salad bowel aboard my parents Robert's 50 - we were in the Whitsundays - and she was 3 months old at the time
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