Buy The Seashore

She’s on a well-deserved celebratory Disney cruise having just finished her masters degree in speech pathology from The George Washington University.  But that doesn’t stop Hannah Abel from being keenly observant of the PSN world around her. Even when that world is confined to Disney’s private Castaway Cay in the Bahamas.


Sea La Vie

The formal translation of “C’est la vie” is “That’s Life.”  Yet, it really is the French equivalent of the flippant (and terribly horrible) “It is what it is” statement that suggests acquiescence.

However, Sandy Schneider is anything but accepting of dropping to third place in AGP’s PSN spotting rankings. With finds like this one from Virginia Beach, Virginia (aka “The Beach”), she should be “back on top in June.” (Get it?  Search Sinatra if not…)


Thistle Do Nicely

Did you know that the thistle is the national flower of Scotland?  I didn’t until first time punster Dany Weer sent me this nice find from Edinburgh.  Hope she brings me back something from there.


Salt and Paper

The absolutely perfect name for a nautical inspired stationery and gift store.  We’re not sure where Manzanita, Oregon is but thanks to Lynne Segall, it’s on the PSN map.

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Five and Tenn

Five and Tenn is his second PSN.  But who’s counting?  Spotted by Aaron Peyton in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Fair Trade Winds

By far the most controversial and contested entrant to appear on A Glutton For Pun.  Lynne Segall spotted this responsibly sourcing gift shop in Bar Harbor, Maine early on in her rise to PSN spotting glory.  The author thought it weak but after much back and forth and even an arbitrator, it gains entry.  Does that sound like a fair description of what happened Lynne?  You wind.

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