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 Yank wheatie that should be hung

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PostSubject: Yank wheatie that should be hung   Mon Oct 25, 2010 12:25 pm

From the land of the Bluenose.....well this bouy has a new toy and all that is needed now is a ring find to try it on.

Anyway a day out is a day out and having only a few hours I did the dew close to home. The boss was off at 1300hrs and this bouy was recovering from an upset gut. So dig I did do while doddling here and there without a care nor a scare save for the hour when I was due to pick up you know who but not Cindy Loo Who. Into the ground this bouy did pound making a lot of sound, something akin to a hound that was bound and long foprgotten. Ramble I did like in this post. A coin was dug....but that was not it's name but was a wheatie of American fame...think this post is lame. It could be spent, wasn't bent but could be hung as it had a loop...um getting hungary I'll have some soup. With quota in hand and done on the land.

Time for more Guiness brew. Time to make a stew. Take for the day I must say was a fun zone token and 54 coins @ $8.58 for the fund of UK...what more can I say.

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