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  • Beach more, worry less 🙏🏼 The best thing about windy winter days is that you get the beach all to yourself 🙌🏼 How often do you go to the beach?
  • Beach more, worry less 🙏🏼 The best thing about windy winter days is that you get the beach all to yourself 🙌🏼 How often do you go to the beach?
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  • Back to one of my favorite cities next week☀️
  • Back to one of my favorite cities next week☀️
  • 835 39 7 hours ago

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  • My stamina is losing. I think I have to do this for a year or maybe forever.
  • My stamina is losing. I think I have to do this for a year or maybe forever.
  • 4 1 4 minutes ago
  • Memories from last Tuesday...
Take me back. Just not the part where I drunkenly fell multiple times, fucked up my knee, threw up and ran into palm trees n bushes...but everything else was fun!!!! #beachday #⛱🍷🍺 @ladyvee805
  • Memories from last Tuesday...
    Take me back. Just not the part where I drunkenly fell multiple times, fucked up my knee, threw up and ran into palm trees n bushes...but everything else was fun!!!! #beachday #⛱🍷🍺 @ladyvee805
  • 0 0 5 minutes ago
  • beach bling 🏝✨
  • beach bling 🏝✨
  • 13 4 28 minutes ago
  • Another day at the beach
  • Another day at the beach
  • 0 1 31 minutes ago
  • dreamin of turks on this rainy day. i’m ready for our next vacay, j😚 where should we go?!
  • dreamin of turks on this rainy day. i’m ready for our next vacay, j😚 where should we go?!
  • 59 4 41 minutes ago
  • So technically speaking if refugee communities moved into rural ghost towns in NSW and lived there for 12 years, they would acquire a proprietary interest in land, that could not be legally contested by the actual owner (as per s31 of the Limitation Act 1969 NSW). This interest could be transferred and inherited
  • So technically speaking if refugee communities moved into rural ghost towns in NSW and lived there for 12 years, they would acquire a proprietary interest in land, that could not be legally contested by the actual owner (as per s31 of the Limitation Act 1969 NSW). This interest could be transferred and inherited
  • 189 3 16 hours ago