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Lifeguard Rescue Tower Puzzle Details:

About: Today we're going to the beach. In this new and fun puzzle we feature a lifeguard rescue tower on a beautiful sandy beach. The tower can act as storage for the lifeguard, holding their important rescue or communication equipment close to hand. It can also act as a recognizable point for members of the public to find lifeguard assistance.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 30/Mar/2014

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