Again, You are barking up the wrong tree. Not only do I have a full head of brown hair. I have also been able to overcome my Paspaley envy. The Professor is still struggling in that regard. The island is easy to find. Most of your old pirate maps identify it with the words. "Treasure Map" Pictures of rocks and palm trees with a winding line of dashes ending in an "X" The legend will usually say something like "X marks the spot". Any pirate map. They are all pretty much the same.
I don't know that I ever knew what his share was. Or what it would be worth today. The other fellow is native to the region. He has an ethnic name that is unpronounceable. An abundance of vowels. Very low key. Led the local choir to a gold medal in the inter island A capella championships 4 years running.
I suppose he is part owner of the island. Although they did name the place after another chap. He blogs using a series of tubes and coconut shells which he powers with a stationary bicycle. Ingenious. Well, He is a Professor.
Hi Slraep - Australia is not the place for you! Winter is pretty much a non-event. The ski industry only survives marginally, and then only by using snowmakers. I haven't had the opportunity to visit Canada at all, but should be in NY & Boston next January - that's about the closest I will get for a while!
Love your animals - something we definitely have in common!
I don't know pattye, I guess I just clicked on some software commands--- and voila, look what happened! I'm good with repairing hard discs too. What can I say, it's a gift. And speaking of gifts, if any of my family or friends is somehow reading this---I DON'T NEED ANY MORE BOOKS ON UNIX. Get me pearls instead, okay!?!