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You've posted them on Facebook and tweeted them on Twitter. Now, share them with us. Send your Rubber Ducky photos to rubberducky@tribweb.com. We'll share a handful in the paper, but the biggest flock will be quacking up on TribLive.com. The Rubber Duck ends its reign at the Point on Oct. 20.

SUBMITTED - Adam Goetz' daughter Hannah, 2, of Wexford had a case of the giggles after being tickled by the duck.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Adam Goetz' daughter Hannah, 2, of Wexford had a case of the giggles after being tickled by the duck.
SUBMITTED - Sara Norelli of Baldwin kayaked with the Rubber Ducky. 'Can you canoe in Timbuktu with Mary Lou?' asked Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Sara Norelli of Baldwin kayaked with the Rubber Ducky. 'Can you canoe in Timbuktu with Mary Lou?' asked Rubber Ducky.
SUBMITTED - Joan DeRose first sighted the shy duck trying to blend into the greenery. 'It was just a case of stage fright,' said Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Joan DeRose first sighted the shy duck trying to blend into the greenery. 'It was just a case of stage fright,' said Rubber Ducky.
SUBMITTED - Alix Kruzynski's niece Eva has had a duck in her hand since she was a couple months old. 'Lucky duck!' said Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Alix Kruzynski's niece Eva has had a duck in her hand since she was a couple months old. 'Lucky duck!' said Rubber Ducky.
SUBMITTED - Janell Klatt puckers up for Rubber Ducky. 'So many kisses, so little time,' sighed Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Janell Klatt puckers up for Rubber Ducky. 'So many kisses, so little time,' sighed Rubber Ducky.
SUBMITTED - Caty Ackerstrom with daughter Piper couldn't resist a ducky visit. 'Look in her glasses for a surprise,' said Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div> Caty Ackerstrom with daughter Piper couldn't resist a ducky visit. 'Look in her glasses for a surprise,' said Rubber Ducky.
SUBMITTED - James Brink and friends stopped for a ducky pause while on a 6 a.m. run. 'That's dedication,' said Rubber Ducky. 'But next time, don't wake me up!'
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>James Brink and friends stopped for a ducky pause while on a 6 a.m. run. 'That's dedication,' said Rubber Ducky. 'But next time, don't wake me up!'
SUBMITTED - Laura Smith of Tarentum caught Rubber Ducky peeking out over the fountain. 'Hee, hee, hee!' laughed Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Laura Smith of Tarentum caught Rubber Ducky peeking out over the fountain. 'Hee, hee, hee!' laughed Rubber Ducky.
SUBMITTED - Summer, Sebastian and Charley Laws of Lower Burrell made their Rubber Ducky visit a family affair.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Summer, Sebastian and Charley Laws of Lower Burrell made their Rubber Ducky visit a family affair.
SUBMITTED - Alice Moore of Youngwood caught the duck from a Gateway Clipper oat. 'She'll be coming 'round the fountain when she comes,' sang Rubber Ducky.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>SUBMITTED</em></div>Alice Moore of Youngwood caught the duck from a Gateway Clipper oat. 'She'll be coming 'round the fountain when she comes,' sang Rubber Ducky.
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