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Legal Tagging

Our brick at the Charles Town, WV library
Ever since I saw Peg's grandparents' name on a plaque at Jefferson Hospital in Charles Town, WV I have been kind of obsessed with donating funds to have my name put on stuff. I really like the idea of "buy a brick" campaigns. If you think about it, this is like legal tagging. A while back we donated some money to the Charles Town Library and we received a brick in the front walkway. Bonus points if you can figure out what the numbers stand for.


  1. Hmmm... Okay, they're not your birthdays. Thought it might be the dates of when you met and when you got married, but my cyber-stalking skills verified that was wrong. What could they be?

  2. Before you said library, I had the same idea... library book location code. I'll leave it at that for others to find, but I will offer one more hint and Bubba correct me if I'm wrong, but it has to do with things with wheels.

  3. It's the Dewey Decimal notation for Automotive Engineering


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