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post by Mr. Nosey   |  | 
"Nothing changes on New Year's Day"
< on 1/12/2024 12:43 AM >

Me and my exploring partner took advantage of the fog on Jan 1. We stopped at four locations and did a little recon on a few others. No fancy back ground stories on these and some have already been done to death:





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Thanks for looking





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post by leafloving4x4gal   |  | 
Re: "Nothing changes on New Year's Day"
<Reply # 1 on 1/12/2024 4:26 PM >

Nice YIR !

Got a kick out of the article about 2 foot 4 inch giant frogs eating chickens

Love finding old historic newspapers, too bad the moon one was chewwed up

Thanks for sharing




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post by Mr. Nosey   |  | 
Re: "Nothing changes on New Year's Day"
<Reply # 2 on 1/13/2024 6:57 PM >

Posted by leafloving4x4gal
Nice YIR !

Got a kick out of the article about 2 foot 4 inch giant frogs eating chickens

Love finding old historic newspapers, too bad the moon one was chewwed up

Thanks for sharing




Thanks for the feedback.

This was all in one day on Jan 1 of this year. I even referenced U2 in the title.

We went on a marathon that day and hit 5 locations. I also really enjoy the old newspapers.



[last edit 1/13/2024 7:02 PM by Mr. Nosey - edited 1 times]

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post by Ducko   |  | 
Re: "Nothing changes on New Year's Day"
<Reply # 3 on 1/13/2024 9:24 PM >

Posted by leafloving4x4gal
Nice YIR !

Got a kick out of the article about 2 foot 4 inch giant frogs eating chickens

Love finding old historic newspapers, too bad the moon one was chewwed up

Thanks for sharing




Not too long ago I found a New York Times from.. September 13th, 2001, it was interesting flipping through it


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post by Ground State   |  | 
Re: "Nothing changes on New Year's Day"
<Reply # 4 on 1/13/2024 10:35 PM >


The usual lack of activity of New Year's day combined with fog?!? Definitely too much of an exploring draw to miss. The moon landing newspaper is a phenomenal gem. The look of your style #13 is once again so eye-catching!



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post by RescueMe1060   |  | 
Re: "Nothing changes on New Year's Day"
<Reply # 5 on 1/14/2024 7:58 PM >

I also, am a fan of U2...


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