In case anyone was wondering where the stickers went...
...I...um...have them all.
Disaster was averted a couple of weekends ago as some basement flooding failed to claim a large box of collectable stickers as a victim.
On A Pack a Day, dayf's recent post made me make sure to go check these were okay. From now on they will live on the kitchen table.
How, you ask, does one reach the summit of Sticker Mountain? Well, you have two choices, really. You can take the southerly Schmidt's Pass (which is actually a mint condition completed 1987 Topps sticker album next to my original album, whose cover is now long gone). The bravest among us, however, might opt to use the westerly route, beginning by scaling Pete's Peak (half a box of 1986 Topps stickers, plus the completed album).
Geologically speaking, Sticker Mountain is constructed out of 11 full and cello-wrapped boxes of 1987 Topps sticker packs (100 ct. each), plus another half-opened box, a fully-opened box of test-issue hardbacks, as well as an unseen half-opened box of 1989 Panini Football stiickers.