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Big Foot photographed in Scotland!
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ibofightback Wrote:[Image: 4884a8bd.jpg]


Aye Lad and pigs might fly - Next you'll be tellin us he wears a kilt :rotfl: :rotfl:
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Even legendary creatures need to take a vacation sometime...
I am just glad to see Nessie made it home safe and sound. It wasn't too long ago she(?) was visiting us here in Grand Rapids.
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Nessie's still here - in the John Ball duck pond!!!

Regarding Bigfoot - sheesh....just 'cause I haven't shaved my legs for a week or two - now they're making a big deal of it.... :rant: :rotfl:
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It appears that Nessie will be on the move again soon...
She is up for sale on Ebay. It turns out she was not made to withstand winter in the water here in Michigan.
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I saw that - seems she's gained a few pounds of water weight, also?? Like over a ton.... s he'd look awesome on my front lawn :grin:

Where's Fred Meijer when we need him???
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Deb Wrote:I saw that - seems she's gained a few pounds of water weight, also?? Like over a ton.... s he'd look awesome on my front lawn :grin:

Where's Fred Meijer when we need him???


They do seem to be a little behind on getting him out before the winter snows comes...

You have a great idea. That would look great at the Gardens & Sculpture Park.

9 bids so far on Ebay, but still hasn't met the reserve.
http://cgi.ebay.com/Loch-Ness-Monster-Ne...4cec4f7346
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:cray:

I LOVE Nessie....not sure what there is about her that resonated so nicely with me...but it would be a shame to see her chopped up :cray: :cray: :cray: There was an article in the Press mentioning that she was for sale - I hope that drums up some buyers? I'd start a drive locally - but Nessie would last very long on OUR lake :eek:
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