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« on: December 16, 2019, 05:19:28 pm »
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Sunday,  day after a heavy rain which decimated the snow.  Marie abandoned me in favor of taking a group of rugrats to see the new Disney movie "Frozen 11."  Glad to have had a pass to sit that one out.
They say that if life hands you a lemon squeeze it and make lemonade. At that precise moment I had an epiphany with the "Quantum theory of  Digaholics" formulating in my cerebral cortex.

WDD-a squared x  h to the fouth divided by hf = q.  In layman's terms that equates to warm December day times 4 hours divided by having fun equals quota.

A half hour drive took me to the playing field whereas I started to swing Quota Guru #2.  Did not feel like playing the usual detecting games such as" The drunken sailor grid", "Follow the seagull" and the classic "Point garbage to garbage."
Was time to invent a new game....."The Aztec tri step" which is a sound/line dance type of game.

Within no time I had quota plus 22.  No challenge as I swear a quarter of the finds where eyeballed coins laying on the surface.  $16.32 was the amount with the only thing of note being a 1930 penny.  Less than 2 hours and homeward bound was the digaholic.

Marie was home and opened day 1 of her 10 days of Christmas.  This is a tradition where she gets to unwrap a present a day till Xmas.  of course the label on the present has a riddle.  First day was "No mater which pole you are at you will get stuffed with these."  Then it was off to my 7th night shift in 8 days.  Off till April from cruise but don't mind filling in at other posts the odd time.

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$16.32 was the amount with the only thing of note being a 1930 penny.


I wish I could find one of them
But the Australian flavour

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