We’re going to give you all a little hint for finding the anchor. Blending it into the houseboat décor is a common theme. We used it for the November/December issue on page 18, where it was hidden on the shelf in the kitchen of the Dubuque Boat. Sometimes, there’s a happy accident and it looks like the anchor is hidden twice because when the Eaton couple christened their boat, they used the anchor symbol on their napkins. So it looked like the anchor was hidden on page 24 as well.
Here are the ten people who found it the quickest, on either page.
Kenyon Morrow- Greeley, Colo.
Christopher Lane- Lake Placid, Fla.
Jeff Pettit- Maumelle, Ark.
Jeff and Penne Fugate- Durango, Colo.
Sandy Simpson- Tompkinsville, Ky.
Angie Savage-Clarksville, Tenn.
Pat and Jim Noren- Lake Mead Nev.
Anthony D. Wilson- Ardmore, Okla.
Angie Savage- Clarksville, Tenn.
Michael Shea- Richmond, Ky.
Terri Langdon- Visalia, Calif.
The same anchor is hidden within these pages. Take a minute or a few in some cases, find it and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and hometown. Good luck!