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Old 07-03-2016, 02:01 PM   #1
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I hope I didn't miss another thread for Where's Waldo...but here goes.

Can you spot "Waldo"?
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Got em....Took me a while though!
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It looks like a cocoon near the middle of the screen, I guess waldo is hiding in there.

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Got em....Took me a while though!
Good job!

(And thanks for letting others play.)
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It looks like a cocoon near the middle of the screen, I guess waldo is hiding in there.

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Nope. Sorry.

...At least I don't think so. The "Waldo" that I'm thinking of is hiding in plain sight.
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Ohhhhhhhhh Ok maybe it is that inch worm, that is standing straight out, about 1/2" from the end of the stem?

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Good job!

(And thanks for letting others play.)
Yesssssss I play well with others.
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Ohhhhhhhhh Ok maybe it is that inch worm, that is standing straight out, about 1/2" from the end of the stem?

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Spoiler alert:

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Yep...that's him!

I never would have seen him if I wasn't trying to crush him with a strawberry--yes, you read that right.

Well, let me explain. Jeff had cut up some strawberries and left bits of berry for the compost--I decided to stick them on the blueberry bushes to see if any fruit-eating birds would eat them. I found a dry twig, and pierced the bit of strawberry on it, and moved on. The second twig moved!

Once I took the photo, I knew it was a candidate for Where's Waldo.
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Not too hard (I'm thinking)...Where's Waldo 2016-img_6539.jpg
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Wasn't going to do a search into the unknown.... where's waldo as I'm suppose to be planting florals at a home this aft but the temptation made me hop right in for a quick look. Yup yup yup found him..... not right away though.
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