Sailor Babo picks corn for the local food bank!

Sailor Babo gets in Lavender's backpack for a day of volunteering.

His box of corn was soon overflowing.

Sailor Babo is hard at work in the corn fields.

After a long day of volunteering, Sailor Babo is rewarded with ice cream!

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19 Responses to Sailor Babo picks corn for the local food bank!

  1. crankypants says:

    Babo, you really get around! Yesterday, yoga in Toronto, today, corn picking in Washington!

  2. amyhftw says:

    Good for you, Sailor Babo! Volunteering is a great way to spend a day!

  3. lurkertype says:

    Sailor Babo: works hard, desserts hard.

    Looks like he did this before he went to Toronto, though.

    • M-----l says:

      This is an entirely different Sailor Babo than the one who went to Toronto. I think we’ve got about 7 or 8 Sailor Babo’s floating around. I’ve owned three that I can remember and Homebody has rescued at least a half dozen from various online vendors.

      • sailorbabo says:

        Don’t listen to him, Lurkertype. There’s only one Sailor Babo. Me!

      • lurkertype says:

        I know that, I was just trying to keep the continuity up. Judging from the newspaper article (yay Lavender), this actually was a while back. The previous weekend?

        Last night I was grumbling to myself about not having my own Sailor Babo. I see all these scenarios around here he could help with. I guess I’ll have to wait till he’s done with some other adventures before he’ll come see me. He’s going to miss the LT backyard apple harvest, which is a shame since he’s obviously got agricultural experience.

        A friend of mine goes to thrift stores all the time. I’ll have to put her on Babo alert.

      • M-----l says:

        There are currently two Sailor Babos for sale on eBay, but one of them is a bit pricey at $12.95.

        Or you could just wait until the Australian Sailor Babo makes his way back to the U.S. I’ll make sure he shows up for a visit if you’re still interested. It could be awhile, though. I don’t think he’s even arrived in Australia yet.

      • lurkertype says:

        I need a Sailor Babo by next August at the latest. Maybe he’ll be done with Australia and… is it Thailand or Malaysia? by then.

        Suffering the “joys” of unemployment, I can’t be splashing out money on SB right now. Yet I am looking at eBay.

        That limited edition Giant Sailor Babo for $200 is not going to any of us, that’s for sure.

      • M-----l says:

        Yeah, you’d have to be a crazy person to buy that $200 special-limited-to-50-regular-sized Sailor Babo from Uglycon. A crazy person!

        *drools*

  4. Laurie says:

    He looks very inspired in the corn stalk photo. That’s a great photo.

  5. capnstephel says:

    Yay Lavender and Sailor Babo!

  6. LBeeeze says:

    Oh, no, Sailor Babo!! How’d you get the chocolate off??

  7. We had a great time, and we helped pick over 9,000 pounds of corn for all the local food banks in the area. I also did not think that they were going to use any of what I said in the paper. I was very casual about the answers

  8. Pingback: Sailor Babo picks apples! « Postcards from Sailor Babo

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