Letting The Kids Take Over! #81


There are always lots of jobs to do on a sailboat so we try to get our 3 kids involved as much as possible. When we go shopping, we try to take them with us and get them to carry some things. We always get them to help us moor up the boat and now we have started getting them to drive the boat into a mooring. There is always time for exploring and this time , we found a fancy market to hang out in.
After a while, we want to get away from it all and find some places off the beaten track where we can walk and think and relax. We found this place on the West coast of Mallorca, one of our favourite places on this island.
Music in this video deserves a Thanks to :
“BrazilSamba” http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-…”
“Together On Our Own” by Josh Woodward. Free download: http://joshwoodward.com/

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