Each week, Sepia Saturday, provides an opportunity for genealogy bloggers to share their family history through photographs.
Sun bathing is the theme of this week's Sepia Saturday postings. A suitably cheering thought on a cold, wet, dreicht winter's day in Scotland. So sit back, read and think of summer!
This charming photograph below is couresy of my American friend Gail. Here is her mother Lillian Adele Whitney, aged 7. enjoying the sun on a beach in in San Francisco in 1925 - though she complained that her bathing suit was made of wool and itched something terrible.
Here my mother Kathleen Danson, her youngest sister Peggy and her great friend who I knew as Auntie Phyllis were enjoying the outdoor South Shore Swimming Pool at Blackpool, Lancqsahire in the 1930's. Aunt Peggy emigrated to Auistralia in 1949 shortly after her marriage.