Aug 02, 2020
RHOD Star Kameron Westcott Strikes A Pose In The Bright Sunlight: Lake Barbie Part Two
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Real Housewives of Dallas star Kameron Westcott enjoyed her time in the sun earlier today when she shared a few gorgeous snaps with her Instagram followers taken at Lake Austin, Texas.
According to her caption, Kameron is with her “girlies” in Lake Austin, she hashtagged “#RHOD” which led many of her fans to think the photographs were taken while on a trip with her castmates, which has reportedly resumed filming for the upcoming fifth season.
She joked that today’s pictures were from “Lake Barbie part two,” as she also posted a few snaps from the same location yesterday.
In the first photo, Kameron posed for the camera by standing on the cobblestone courtyard with her hand behind her head. She wore what appeared to be a one-shoulder white top with a big flower adornment that matched her earrings.
On her lower half, she rocked a calf-length pink skirt patterned with leaves. Kameron accessorized her sunny day outfit with a wide-brimmed sunhat perched atop her stick-straight blond hair, sunglasses, and a big pink bag. For her footwear, the SparkleDog Food founder wore a simple pair of flats.
Her second pic was similar to the first, except she changed up the position of her head.
The reality star’s environment looked like paradise with vibrant green trees lining a lake in the background and a palm tree perched on the lush verdant lawn behind her. A potted plant with white flowers at its base was visible on the precipice of the patio and a large comfortable-looking chair decorated with pillows and a wicker frame sat in the corner of the frame.View this post on Instagram
Lake Barbie part two!! ???? Another day at the lake! ???? Loving Austin with my girlies!! #rhod
A post shared by ???? KAMERON WESTCOTT ???? (@kameronwestcott) on Aug 1, 2020 at 5:15pm PDT
Kameron’s post became popular quickly with her fans and followers. It did not take long for her upload to accumulate over 1,000 likes and dozens of comments. She even took the time to respond to the majority of comments left by her supporters.
“Lake Barbie is everything So gorgeous as always my sparkle queen,” gushed one fan alongside several sparkling pink heart emoji.
“Ok Kameron, I’m dying to know…do you have someone follow you around all day taking pics and shooting [TikTok] videos? Lol! Love you girl! (Love them btw!),” joked another.
“Haha I wish!! How convenient would that be??” Kameron responded with two laughing emoji.
“Wow this trip is a fashion moment. Can’t wait to watch it!” exclaimed a third admirer.
“You are so gorgeous! This outfit is so cute and looks so good on you! Have a blast! That weather!” chimed in a fourth contributor.
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Glider Plane Crashes Into Lake Winnipesaukee, Off-Duty Stoneham Police Officer Helps Rescue Man
MEREDITH, New Hampshire (CBS) — A man flying an ultralight glider plane was pulled from Lake Winnipesaukee after it crashed into the New Hampshire lake. It happened around 3 p.m. Sunday.
The pilot, identified by N.H. State Police as 78-year-old David Grapes of Cental Harbor, N.H., was conscious and alert as he was rescued.
Off-duty Stoneham police officer Joe Ponzo was vacationing at the lake with his family and witnessed the crash. He called the New Hampshire State Police Marine Patrol Unit and rushed his boat to the man, Stoneham Police said.
Ponzo and other boaters pulled Grapes into Ponzo’s boat. First responders were waiting at the shore and Grapes was taken to a local hospital in an ambulance.
An off-duty Stoneham police officer helped rescue a man from Lake Winnipesaukee after his glider plane crashed (Photo Via Stoneham Police)
“Thankfully we were in the right place at the right time,” Officer Ponzo said in a statement. “The plane sank into the water right after the crash and the man was able to get himself out before we got there.”
According to N.H. State Police, the ultralight plane sunk in approximately 65 feet of water. The plane was approximately 1,000 feet above Meredith Bay when the engine stopped.
“Even off-duty on vacation with our families we are never truly off the job when duty calls,” Stoneham Police Chief James McIntyre said. “Officer Ponzo is a 23-year veteran of the Stoneham Police Department and he was the right person to be there when this man needed help. We credit Joe with helping to save this man’s life and springing into action when he saw someone in need.”