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A couple of weeks ago, Liana Finck asked readers to share stories of the most interesting thing they’d ever found. Today in Tablet Magazine, she relates the story of Bashie, who once found a stone shaped like a potato. Speaking of rocky experiences, the question for next time is: What’s your most surreal summer camp memory? Leave your answer in the comments, or email Liana at tellme@tabletmag.com.

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