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45 with a good day for diggers P.R.

Leslie(nova scotia)

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Off to the bank. Off to the pharmacy. Off to the grocery store. Off digging. The latter of this off to being the most enjoyable. Quota Guru #2 and I hit a few fields and were delighted to see that the "Holy Terrorist" had not dug at these spots. Sort of ran out of steam and headed home. Um 16 short of quota. Out again. Um out of steam again. 5 short of quota. Off to a school yard to pick up the 5. As I was driving down the road I noticed a couple stooped over looking in the tall grass that covered their side lawn. Didn't think much of it. At the school yard rugrats abound and I turned around.

Um. People still stooped over scowering the lawn. With my almost keen sense of "Sherlock Holms" deduction I concluded that they had lost something. I stopped on the side of the road,; saw the washer toss game. Without a word I grabbed Quota Guru #2 from Nogo's trunk swung it a few dozen times and produced the culprit hiding in the grass.
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Mr. Pettipaw seemed pleased and I limped to Nogo heading home. Once home a big light bulb came on. Going to the spare bedroom I emptied my bucket of miscellaneous finds pulling out 4 washers to the washer toss game. No good to me so I drove back to Mr. Petipaws abode and handed the extra washers. Seemed pleased.

Take for the day was 5 below quota @ $6.38, key, clip apiece of metal with an "M" on it and a most pyscho type disco thingy!
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C.J.M.

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Off to the bank. Off to the pharmacy. Off to the grocery store. Off digging. The latter of this off to being the most enjoyable. Quota Guru #2 and I hit a few fields and were delighted to see that the "Holy Terrorist" had not dug at these spots. Sort of ran out of steam and headed home. Um 16 short of quota. Out again. Um out of steam again. 5 short of quota. Off to a school yard to pick up the 5. As I was driving down the road I noticed a couple stooped over looking in the tall grass that covered their side lawn. Didn't think much of it. At the school yard rugrats abound and I turned around.

Um. People still stooped over scowering the lawn. With my almost keen sense of "Sherlock Holms" deduction I concluded that they had lost something. I stopped on the side of the road,; saw the washer toss game. Without a word I grabbed Quota Guru #2 from Nogo's trunk swung it a few dozen times and produced the culprit hiding in the grass.
IMG_3724.jpg

Mr. Pettipaw seemed pleased and I limped to Nogo heading home. Once home a big light bulb came on. Going to the spare bedroom I emptied my bucket of miscellaneous finds pulling out 4 washers to the washer toss game. No good to me so I drove back to Mr. Petipaws abode and handed the extra washers. Seemed pleased.

Take for the day was 5 below quota @ $6.38, key, clip apiece of metal with an "M" on it and a most pyscho type disco thingy!
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