simple life of a grand mother
No kidding?! They are still floating around our oceans all these years? hahaRubber duckies will never die. Every generation of kids wants one (or many!).
Chag sameach, Yael!
Chag Sameach Dina.The duckies went from hong kong and you can see in the map the long and lonly journy that they are still doing.
I never heard about 'the long voyage of the rubber duckies'. Long live the rubber duckies!!! Love that story Yael:)
I shuold write more about it. I thought it is a known story.
During our annual village carnival we have yellow duck racing on the river. The child whose duck is first gets a prize.
It must be fun,
I remember the story of the ducks and the container going into the sea. I had forgotten all about it.
Me too. I wonder where they all are now.
They are still heading a shore in many places as you can see in the map.
I felt sorry for them. I forgot they are rubber ducks,
Sort of like the legend of the Wandering Jew . . .
This is a great story not just because a rubber ducky filled Chinese container went overboard but that they're still washing up on shore around the world so many years later. I never heard about it so thank you for sharing it. My memories of floating plastic ducks is limited to the set I had for my nieces to play with in the bath tub.
I never had rubber ducks but my grandchildren have a lot.