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PostSubject: Flying Bra Island gives up 1832 token   Wed Mar 10, 2010 4:01 pm

From the land of the Bluenose.....if you recall Navy Davy and I had run across a very unusual site so we renamed the place "Flying Bra Island" as some one had strung bras all over the Lands and Forests booth.

Well today we returned to find that the "decorations" had disappeared. We can only hope that they are now housing a few nice puppies! Lord love a duck.

Anyway the view as always was nice with a border of ice along the shore and in some spots on land a frost that was at least 6 inches deep.

Of course there was a few other oddities on the island!

Think that was weird look at this photo as Navy Davy did his best imitation of Freddie Kruger stabbing, stabbing and more stabbing the earth like a man posed by the penny that lay under the tundra!

Doing hard time was easy compared to digging in this concrete but when all was said and done ND had 13 coins, a key, a spoon and a few dewies.

His best find came into use when I dug the large coin and we tried to see the date! Can you believe these two blind bats!



Anyway quota was achieved at 58 coins @ $4.04 plus the token.
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