Hidden Anchor Revealed

Published in the January 2012 Issue Published online: Jan 20, 2012 Feature
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Did you spot the hidden anchor in the last issue? Take a closer look at page 31 on the dog's collar if you missed it. Yeah it's easy when we give you the page number, can you find it in this issue?

We've hidden the same anchor within the pages of our January Buyer's Guide. Find it and drop us a note with its location to the email address: anchor@houseboatmagazine.com. The first few to locate the anchor will have their names and city published in an upcoming issue of Houseboat. Good luck!

Congratulations to these readers who were first to report the location of the anchor in our November/December issue:

Chuck Kearns - Oregon, Ill.

Terry Jensen - Medway, Ohio

Jim Brignolio - Manteca, Calif.

Bill and Debbie Malloy - Catlettsburg, Ky.

David Miles - Lexington, Ky.

Pat Lawrence - Louisville, Ky.

Miranda Pettit - Maumelle, Ark.

Paula Spence - Falmouth, Ky.

Jerry V. Hildebrandt - Lake Shelbyville, Ill.

Joe and Lynda Harkness - Palmetto, Ga.

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