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« on: October 17, 2016, 03:37:44 pm »
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Woke up well before the sun.  Was blessed today as the water was shut off on our street so no wash, no dishes or baking a cake.  Decided there and then that another visit to the park down the valley was in order.  Took the Pro and Freedom for the journey along with a Rotten Ronnies cappuccino.  Um...won a muffin on the monopoly game!

The park was vacant with the sun just peaking through the clouds as I started to swing the Freedom 3 Plus.  Gridded of the entire park and was joined by my friend Jim K of the UK...only in my mind I guess as I had left too early to call Navy Davy!

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Lent him my pro but he seemed more interested in yaking.

Anyway the gridding took a little over 2 hours with the oldest coin a 1928 wheatie with a handful of the tokens.  Over quota.  Think it only fitting that the figurine I found was of a bear which is featured on the Labatt's token.  Added a neat old button plus a musket ball intact.

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My friend he just.................faded away! Cheesy

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