Kaitlyn Quinlan and Tahneika Appaplin leap out of the water at the Gladstone Aquatic Centre yesterday.
Kaitlyn Quinlan and Tahneika Appaplin leap out of the water at the Gladstone Aquatic Centre yesterday.

Water best way to keep your cool

By NATALIE PEUTnataliep@gladstoneobserver.dyndns.org

LIVING in the pool seem the best option for Tahneika Ap- paplin and Kaitlyn Quinlan in this extremely hot weather.

The pair have spent the majority of their holidays either at their aunt's pool or at the town pool. Tahneika said it has been so hot the pool was the best option.

'We love the pool, and it was a good way to practice be- fore we have to do swimming lessons at school next year,' she said.

'We got that hot one day we even decided to go swim- ming in my little sister's baby pool.'

'We even made up a dance which was just so much fun.'

'We also made sand candy and cup cakes with Piglet stickers which was great fun.

'We have been hanging out together all holidays and we even bought the same bathers yesterday.'



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