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The end of the rainbow

David Workman tells how he arrived at the end of the rainbow: “On July 19, Barry Jordan and I were riding toward Ga. Highway 54 on Ebenezer Road when we went through a heavy rain storm and then the sun came out. To my right I could see a huge very bright rainbow ... and as we turned right onto Hwy. 54 east toward Fayetteville, there it was [inset above]. We could see it arching downward over the trees about 100 yards in front of us, touching the road. I quickly grabbed my cellphone and took a picture through the windshield, and as we got closer I took another as we both knew that was the end of the rainbow. ... Barry and I are both PTC residents. If you look at the picture very closely, it is a very bright gold at the spot where it hits the ground. I am guessing that is [why people say] there is a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.” Photos/David Workman.

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Anyone have a backhoe to help me look for the pot of gold?

find it. Might be some mischievous leprechaun giving a hint out there...

http://thecitizen.com/articles/03-19-2014/case-missing-drone

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