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Found it themagician found Tomorrow’s House from Yesterday

Monday, January 20, 2003New Jersey

While visiting this site, be sure to check out the cache I have hidden in the park...
There were many of theseflying saucer buildings in NJ...
Many years ago a bank chain was placing
them all over the state and using them as bank branches.
I went to look at and possibly buy one many years ago. I wanted to place it at the shore
for a summer home. As usual when I got there it was already sold.
My plan was to make the legs longer and plant them in deep in the sand.... Should the thing
get washed away in a storm I figured it would probably float if the doors could seal tightly
and I would just have to find it and bring it home again

Email will follow.....

a quick PS I think i saw one recently in the TOMS river nj area....

[last edit: 1/20/2003 8:14:48 AM PST]

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