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    Happily unadjusted 😜 popoki nui's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by geoffbot View Post
    Bob home yet? Pics please if so.
    Yes, Bob is home. I'm sure William will post pics when he gets to it.
    What a great adventure. I felt a mix of happiness and a little sadness as I sent Bob on the final leg of his journey. The post office lady asked the contents of the package for the customs form; I explained Bob's travels and the reason behind them, and she thought it was the coolest thing ever. We both got a bit emotional.
    And with that, Bob was on his way home.

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    What a great little story to round things off!

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    I wish I had paid more attention to the travels of Bob as I would have liked him to visit Boston. Seems he had a great run though and what a great tribute to your friend, William.

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    Do we know how many miles Bob traveled in total?

    The adventures of Bob the Traveling Watch

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