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Megan, Selo & Co.

Megan and Selo joined us for a BBQ dinner this evening. Selo brought his two brothers and sister and, of course, Miko as well as Mimi and Layla. So we had quite a time - swimming in the pool, playing games, running around and of course eating - what a meal: BBQ'd chicken legs, salmon and lamb. Bean salad, Caesar Salad and Potato Salad.

Layla, Miko and Selo enjoy a dip in the pool.

Miko enjoys some time with his youngest Uncle.

Maryse serves Aisha, Ahmed and Megan.
Mimi digs in.
Miko enjoys himself on the back lawn.
Is this what one refers to as Miko "beating the bushes"?
Thanks for the visit guys. It was a great evening. And we enjoyed meeting Selo's family.
Book: Laurel Canyon - The Inside Story Of Rock and Roll's Legendary Neighborhood by Michael Walker
Music: Frontiers by Jesse Cook

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