Gibraltar Point Lighthouse Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of the Gibraltar Point Lighthouse. The light house located on the Toronto Islands is made from stone with a red door.

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fiestyolelady
Oct 2, 2017
One for today. i'll be back, God willing, Thursday.
elijah13
May 6, 2017
Very interesting! Enjoyed doing it and it was a quick one.
drawback
Mar 4, 2017
There is a Gibraltar Point this side of the Pond, just north of The Wash in Lincolnshire. Nothing as glam as this one, but there are colonies of birds, geese and seals (to name but three species) living there, or just passing through.

A bird lovers paradise - I am not one.
faygan
Dec 10, 2015
One of the nicest lighthouses i've seen
micki
Mar 5, 2016
I agree faygan....since I've seen and walked through many of Oregon's lighthouses, this Canadian one actually looks more liveable than most.
lillysmith2
Feb 19, 2016
Beautiful! Being from the Midwest I've only heard the sound of the ocean a couple times and I love it. Wish we were there
aussiesapphire
Nov 8, 2014
Another beautiful lighthouse with such great contrasting colours.

"Anythin' for a quiet life, as the man said when he took the situation at the lighthouse" Charles Dickens.

Just when the caterpillar thought the world was ending, he turned into a butterfly. ~Proverb

Good night dear friends, God bless and take care. Hugs.
pixipixil
Nov 8, 2014
Thank you for the caterpillar quote. I used to collect butterflies and have loved them since one lnded on my stroller when I was 2 and I picked it up. I think it was a monarch. As my mother started to say don't let go I had already opened my hand and it flew away over the buildings in Brooklyn. Butterflies are signs of resurrection so I hope I will have a firmer grip on my salvation than I did on the butterfly!
aussiesapphire
Nov 8, 2014
Hi Pixi, there is a man on our island who has established a butterfly farm. He goes into prisons and gives them the chrysalis and the prisoners make boxes (see through) in which they place the butterflies after they have emerged and in turn these are given to sick children. The "butterfly man" (Ray) also has a huge butterfly enclosure and it is a great place to go and sit. Half of his property is for butterflies and the other half is for hydroponic vegies. He gives away plants which encourage butterflies. Lovely man. Hugs.
pixipixil
Nov 8, 2014
Thanks for that, Aussie. I went to a butterfly haven in Colorado and it was so wonderful it made me cry.
There was another in the botanical garden in Calgary Zoo and they had glass cases with various species in different stages of chrysalis development and some hatching. It was fascinating.
aknan
Nov 11, 2014
Used to want to be an entomologist, but there was way too much math involved! Raised many butterflies and moths as a teenager. The wonder of the transformation never failed to leave me in awe. To have a newly-hatched moth sit on your finger while its wings dry and stretch out - about two hours - is a special treat.
pixipixil
Nov 11, 2014
Never had that joy. Must have been wonderful, aknan.
pixipixil
Nov 8, 2014
That's the place where Anne of Green Gables was set. My husband loves that story. We went to Nova Scotia once but not PEI. I sure love the clarity of the skies in Canada. Wisn they didn't have such cold, long winters although there's a warm current that keeps some areas
moderate enough to grow peaches!
Wishing you a day where the worst of it is only moderate and the best is clear and you can "see forever."
Rozina1010
Nov 8, 2014
Amen! I only saw the Horseshoe falls on the Canadian side near the Niagara Falls and the sky was lovely and you could see the mist in the air. I was very young then and we traveled by car up to the border. Have a lovely Sunday everyone as I have a celebration to honor a person in our house of worship.
Taffi
Nov 8, 2014
Hello from Canada! Husband and I drove from Toronto, Ontario up through Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and ending in Prince Edward Island. We stopped along the way in various places. Two weeks of driving. It was a vacation that I will never forget. Wonderful food, lovely people and excellent vistas to be seen at any time. Most favourite place was the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia.

Hugs to all of you! Hope you're having a great weekend!
pixipixil
Nov 9, 2014
We didn't get to the north island. That's still on my bucket list. I'd like to go from there to Labrador and the Gaspe.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Nov 8, 2014
A gorgeous lighthouse!!!
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