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Memorable Story: A kid and a sandcastle

Sand art and play at île du Havre Aubert in Îles-de-la-Madeleine Benoit Rochon/Wikimedia Commons)
As we near the end of the year, Daybreak is taking a look back at some of our most memorable stories of 2012.

Host Chris Walker's favourite story is about a kid and a sandcastle. Back in July Chris met up with a boy named Jacob and his grandmother, Hilda, on the shores of Okanagan Lake.

Here is Chris and Alya Ramadan talking about why this was his most memorable story of the year.

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And here is Chris's original story from last July.

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