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Viking ship made of posicle sticks sets sail, avast ye

Ryan Block
August 17, 2005
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We're not sure how many tongue splinters went into the making of this fine seafaring vessel, but a crew of twenty souls were present to make the maiden voyage of a Viking longboat replica called the Sea Heart Ship—made from fifteen million popsicle sticks. Among the things we're wondering: will wonder if their plank will hold up, or merely bend and droop, as though saliva-infused? And do they have an Otter Pop dinghy?

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