Vanessa Cox turns the garden hose on her older brother, Andrew, after sliding down the make-shift waterslide they made at their Shell Point home Wednesday afternoon. They placed mats together, sprayed them with water and added some dish soap to make them extra slippery.
Vanessa Cox turns the garden hose on her older brother, Andrew, after sliding down the make-shift waterslide they made at their Shell Point home Wednesday afternoon. They placed mats together, sprayed them with water and added some dish soap to make them extra slippery. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette
Vanessa Cox turns the garden hose on her older brother, Andrew, after sliding down the make-shift waterslide they made at their Shell Point home Wednesday afternoon. They placed mats together, sprayed them with water and added some dish soap to make them extra slippery. BOB SOFALY | The Beaufort Gazette

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