BL-opoly: Master Tracking Post

Status Quo of Bank Account: $20

Currently Reading for:
Stay-Cation, #7:
A book with a house on the cover

Book:
Miles Burton: The Secret of High Eldersham
Length: 256 pages
=> + $3 upon completion

 

 

My marker is based (of course) on my little assistants and good luck charms, Sunny and Charlie, who are helping me pick my books.

   

 

My Progress Spreadsheet

 

The Books and the Board

The Questions

Who?:
Why?:
How?:
When?:

The Railroads

The Silk Road:
The Patagonia Star:
The Cape-to-Cairo Railway:
The Nordic Express: 

School’s Out For Summer

#1:
#3:
#4:

The Stay-Cation

#6:
#7: Miles Burton: The Secret of High Eldersham
#8:

Beach Week

#10:
#11:
#12:

Mountain Cabin

#15:
#16:
#18:

The Lake House:

#19:
#20:
#22:

The Summer Blockbuster

#25:
#27:

The Summer Romance

#28:
#30:

European Vacation

#33:
#35:
#36:

The Novelty Cards

The Race Car:
The Robot:
The Cat:
The Dog:

The Four Corners

GO: Collected $20 on May 20; and $5 on:
Jail:
Free Parking:
Go to Jail:

 

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