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Thursday, February 23, 2012

The Lost Unintentional Adventures Of Danders: A Missing Piece is Found

Here, thanks to the archives of Jennifer Hart, is the next-to-last strip in the previously posted Lost Adventure of Danders. I forget what happened in the last installment, but this one I recalled semi-clearly.As I said in the comments under the previous post-

The museum had a life-size model of a blue whale in their hall of undersea life that I loved when I was a kid (I thought it was real). When they redid the hall in the 90s, they gave the by-then decrepit blue whale to one of the contractors. Who put it, in pieces, in his garage.

The information on the Smithsonian's blue whale model from the DC City Paper. I hope it's accurate. Also I hope Alice found a drinking fountain.

2 comments:

Greg Trail said...

I'm really you found this, Richard! I've always loved Mr. Danders...

pq said...

i remember that blue whale! he was super-cool. we visited him about a million billion times, as the only museum we had any interest in as kids was Natural History, what with the dinosaurs n all. ah, it's good to be a native...