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Peter Rock

Dear Reader
We received this request from a very distraught resident and we are sure that you may be able to help find Peter!

Peter, is the resident's Pet Rock which he has had in his possession since a trip to the USA some 20 years ago!

The picture is an early picture of Peter, with his special nest box lined with straw, and an instruction manual "The care and training of your Pet Rock."

Peter can be described as a large quartzite pebble, some 55mm x 45mm in size, and grey in colour. Unfortunately he doesn't respond to calling his name, so he must be deaf too!

So keep yours eyes peeled on the lookout for Peter, although I think he may have left the country and gone to Cuba to team up with the Stones!!

If you find him please send a message to Tarvinonline, subject April 1st!!

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