Where's The Paddle?

Published in the October 2012 Issue Published online: Oct 12, 2012
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We had a few of you tell us that trying to find the paddle in the August issue was migraine-inducing. It was blended in very well to the Bennington 22 SSLX on page 23.

We've hidden the same paddle within the pages of this issue. Find it and send us an email with its location to paddle@pdbmagazine.com. The first few to locate the paddle will have their names and city published in an upcoming issue of PDB. We appreciate hearing from our readers!

Congratulations to these readers who were first to report the location of the paddle in our August issue:

Dan Keith... West Bend, Wis.

Ken Braun... Hartford, Wis.

Mike Williams... Schaumburg, Ill.

Ray Shupe... Port Washington, Wis.

Brad Maxedon... Holiday Island, Ark.

Sierra Solorsano... Lytle, Texas

Peggy & Gary Fillion... Sandy Hook, Conn.

Tim Bowles... Belleville, Mich.

Sue Pace... Corning, N.Y.

Donna J. Chavez... Portland, Ore.

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