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Kallis Suvi, aitäh et sa oled olnud nii imelilus, päikseline, merehõnguline ja aasalillelõhnaline, täis armsaid sõpru ja kalleid sugulasi, tuttavaid traditsioone ja põnevaid üllatusi. Mul on siiralt hea meel, et Sa veel siin oled ja paitad päikesega suvitajate põski ja põllupidajate saaki, soojendad merevett ja paistad muinasjutuliselt läbi hommiku-udu. Kokkuvõttes tahan ma lihtsalt öelda, et selleks, et leida muinasjutumaa, ei pea tihti otsima kaugelt, vaid tuleb silmad avada ja päriselt vaadata ja näha seda ilu, mis meid ümbritseb. Siin on mõned hetked minu muinasjutumaalt. 

Dear Summer, thank you for being as wonderful and sunny as you have been, filled with sea breeze and the scent of wild flowers, with dear friends and loved ones, familiar traditions and exiting surprises. I'm so happy that you're still here to make happy both holidaymakers and farmers with these beautiful sunny days and to enchant us with your misty mornings. What I'm really trying to say is that we needn't look too far for a wonderland. What we should do is open our eyes to see the wonders around as. Here are some of my wonderland moments.

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