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In dangerous waters

recently took a family holiday to the Sunshine Coast to take advantage of the last few warm days of the year. My teenage boys and I found ourselves standing alone on an unpatrolled beach, excited and full of anticipation. As we always do before we dive in, we studied the water, pointed out where the forces coming in and out

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