Monday, Jan. 27, 2003/2:41 PM
Lobby bears...fact or fiction?
"How big is America?"
"Lets see exactly how big." Duk was on a quest and Duks on quests need to be respected.
"We could go to LA," said William. "That way you can fly over all of America"
"No it doesn't. It just means I fly over a very thin strip across the middle."
"I want to see all of America...every corner!"
So that's where we've been. North to Detroit (cold) and ...West to Pheonix (Hot)....South to San Diego(really hot)...East through Houston and back up to New York (cold). We overshot and ended up in Minneapolis (Minus 3F that's minus 19C) but all the ponds were very frozen so we came back to NYC.
"Is that it?" Duk really couldn't believe what a dull week it had been. We'll stay here in the future.
Lobby Bear spotted Nesbitt's Mystery.
We did our own bit of investigation. The Lobby bear is a mythical creature similar to Yetti and the abominable snow man. Many reported sighting but never any evidence of their existance.
There is however one photograph on the internet. We will leave it to you to assess if it is a clever forgery or whether it is real.
As you can see not all Lobby bears are spotted!
They stumble around the lobby bears the name forgotten inside the hour and what they became. The painters paint all those sad old saints take the dust sheet down in this old theme town. A feel for the sea does not appeal to me and winters not cold enough like its meant to be. The painters paint all those sad old saints take the dust sheet down in this old theme town. The painters paint all those sad old saints take the dust sheet down in this old theme town. Now we are spoiled for choice came the troopers voice. Take an endless kiss and my friendliness..
Similar to Lobby bears but as you can see significantly less stumbling and forgetting.
"Lobby ducks are a tradition dating from the mid-1930s. Every Belz family member treats that tradition with a sense of reverence passing from one generation to the next. Belz, who has three children, says, "One of my kids' greatest joys when we came back to Memphis a few years ago was riding the elevator down with those ducks."Duk's back/ Duk's forward