The next generation on from my last sepia beach photos - and the other side of the family.
This is my mum on the donkey, in the sea at Folkestone in the late 1930's. My mum's scrap-book notes on these pictures say that family holidays were taken in Folkestone until the war began.
With her mum, her brother Vic and his wife Anne.
Vic was in the RAF, and came safely through the war. He and Anne married in 1942 - it must have been a long and difficult courtship and first few years.
And below, Mum with her older (step)cousin Lily. My great Aunt Edie became Lily's step-mother - her first sweetheart died in the first world war. She married Lily's father (a widower) in 1942.
More sepia photos over at Sepia Saturday
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