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Beach builders

Beach front homes are at a premium in the West Kootenay so a pair of young builders from Fruitvale, Destiny Hildahl, 10, and her brother Jacob Hildahl, 7,  took advantage of some prime real estate at the Gyro Park beach in Trail to begin construction of their sandcastles on a hot and sunny Tuesday.  - Guy Bertrand
Beach front homes are at a premium in the West Kootenay so a pair of young builders from Fruitvale, Destiny Hildahl, 10, and her brother Jacob Hildahl, 7, took advantage of some prime real estate at the Gyro Park beach in Trail to begin construction of their sandcastles on a hot and sunny Tuesday.
— image credit: Guy Bertrand
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