African Camping Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle online of tents set up in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in Tanzania, Africa. Wild zebras are walking through the tents.


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Nov 21, 2017
My mystery for today
kinda hard
Oct 1, 2017
Don't think I would want to camp here. Not the easiest puzzle to do.
Aug 19, 2017
Not my idea of fun weekend. Might as well be camping in the Mojave desert
Jun 28, 2016
Have been to an African camp site.
Dec 5, 2014
Seaview, wondering how your family is by now. I enjoy the comments almost as much as the puzzles.
Oct 3, 2014
Nice looking zebras around the African camping site.
Aug 5, 2014
Love zebras. Have always wondered why they were not domesticated.
Say--what's in the cage between the tents?
Aug 9, 2014
Zoomed in and I think those are camp chairs lined up.
Aug 5, 2014
Finally got caught up on puzzles to this date. Had a big storm, thunder, lightening, hail and rained harder than I ever saw in this area. Lost power and hours later the landlines were out which never happened before. Lightening strikes all over in surrounding hills but haven't heard if any fires from them. If there was maybe they were out right away with all that rain we got.
Feeling pretty low right now. For anyone that remembers my posted comments on my sisters son found dead in the woods and it being their only son, well I have more bad news which is not what any of the family needs right now.
One of my other sisters son has gone downhill so fast the last couple months that I doubt he has a lot of time left. Even my Mom told me the other night that my sisters son is dying and she seemed to not want to believe it back in June. He is my sisters only son also.
The really sad part is he is only in his 30s and has a wife and 4 little boys with the youngest still only 2.
This is too much in such a short time. This is too much for everyone.
My Dad and Mom are in their 80s and this is terrible for them also. They just lost a grandson in June and now all this with another grandson and it just turned August.
This is too much for my sister and husband so soon too. I have been crying on and off since yesterday and cant seem to stop. I just feel sick over this and keep thinking how much worse it is for all the relatives that live close to him. Feeling rotten right now!!!
Aug 5, 2014
Seaview, so sorry to hear of all your troubles, I will be praying for you and family. and it is hard, sometimes life is just so difficult that you wonder, but I have found that I must focus on the positive. I am sure that are some somewhere. But by all means, cry when you need to. It is sad to lose a loved one, but be careful not to dwell in it too deeply. Prayers sent to you too. God does care.
Aug 5, 2014
I remember when I lost my brother to leukemia. He was only 32 at the time. It was very hard, as I blamed myself for his death, which was ridiculous.

It is helpful to remember that disease is about energy. Positive, connected energy to the Divine maintains health. Unfortunately, nearly none of us on this third-dimensional plane are really healthy.

Negative, disconnected energy manifests in disease of every kind, whether it be mental, emotional, or physical.

The soul does not die, but drops the diseased body when appropriate. We are much, much more than the physical body.

The best way you can help your family is to adopt and maintain a hopeful, upbeat attitude. This is tough at first because we are programmed to fear death and regard it as an end--it's not!

Celebrate the life of your nephew and see him surrounded by the violet flames of the Holy Spirit that transmutes all negative energy into positive polarity. Also see a beautiful emerald sphere surrounding his body. The emerald sphere restores the body to health.

The body is intelligent and always, always works at bringing the body back into balance.

Take heart with this new information. Feel blessed and send those feelings to your family. Expect a miracle.

Aug 5, 2014
Seaview, I am truly sorry for you. I know how you all must feel. My husband passed in March and my only daughter was so comforting to me and then very unexpectally she passed away in December just before Christmas. She had surgery and the doctor made a hole in her intestine which caused infection and death. That was so hard on me and if I didn't have a wonderful God who takes care of us in times like this I wouldn't have made it. I've always told myself God was wanting her with him. She was such a wonderful daughter with a heart of gold. She was a teacher and mother. I have many good memories of her and my husband. I believe when God is ready for us it's time to go. I live by myself but I have three wonderful, helpful sons. You have to have faith and know that God knows best.
My prayers are with you and your family. God bless.
Aug 5, 2014
I read all these comments on loved ones passing away and since I am so afraid...I am 88 I realize how lucky I am to be here and can take care of myself plus can drive and my mind is good. But I know that few will care when I am gone, only what I will leave them money wise and they will fight over it. This makes me feel hopeless even if I won't be around to see it. I am trying to set up things equally, but it almost can't be done. So I am not depressed but I am upset.
Aug 5, 2014
Seaview, my heart goes out to you and your family. These are incredibly heavy burdens to bear, but that's why God gave us tears. Use them to relieve sorrow and grief and know that, someday, you will only remember the happy times. Prayers to you all.
Aug 5, 2014
Oh, Seaview, what a hard time for your family. Yes, cry when you need to. Take some time to grieve. There is nothing wrong with that. Just don't let grief consume you to the point you never come out of it. May God bless and comfort all of you with beautiful memories of these two loved ones and the reminder that until death has taken the second nephew to God, there is still a chance for miracles. That's all the advice I'm going to give you. We all handle grief in our own ways and should feel free to do so.
Aug 5, 2014
I pray God will comfort you and your family, so sorry for the loss
I pray God gives you and your family peace and comfort!
Aug 5, 2014
Seaview, You and your family are in my prayers. My hope is that our Lord will hold you in His arms and you will know that He is with you. Loving prayers, pk
Aug 5, 2014
Dear Seaview, what a burden you are carrying - grieve as you can and thank you for sharing with us your puzzler family, it will give us the opportunity to hold you up in prayer. Feel His arms around you at this difficult time. Hugs.
Aug 5, 2014
Gracellen, So sad to hear of family's squabbling over what you will leave. The blessing is that you will not see it. Take care. Hugs.
Aug 5, 2014
Jingles, sounds as though you had a loving relationship with your daughter, not so here. Mine has had nothing to do with me for almost two years and have been cut off from my grandchildren as well, one is almost 15 and the other almost 13. I have tried to re-establish our relationship, but to no avail. I still love her and would be devastated if anything happened to her so can only imagine how you were and are affected both from her loss and that of your husband. Makes me want to come over there and hug you. God bless you heaps and a big hug from Aus.
Aug 5, 2014
Dear Seaview: For us who are left behind such a loss upon loss is surely devastating. Don't cry alone. Get together with everyone in your family and grieve as one. It's the only way I can think of that could give any comfort. Most of us on this site are believers in everlasting life but I know when faced with losses like yours faith seems very pale compared to the pain. Hold on to each other and anything that can give you comfort. May God heal your hearts. I knew a woman who lost her home and daughter when her husband went crazy and burned down their house. She was inconsolable until months later when God allowed her to see her daughter and she told her not to worry. She was fine. I will pray God sends a sign for your family to help you all heal.
Aug 5, 2014
Gracellen, Would you consider leaving it to your favorite charity, and your household items could be donated to goodwill. Problem solved, and no squabbling.
Aug 6, 2014
Oh Sweetheart!!! I am so sorry for you and your family. This is definitely too much for anyone to bear. We are all here for you and will keep you in our prayers.

I cannot know the pain you feel.
I cannot share your memories or your loss.
My words of sympathy are beneath measure, yet
know that my heart reaches out with love to your heart.
Aug 6, 2014
Gracellen, I agree with Motherbrown. I watched my cousins fight and bicker over my aunt's few earthly items and was disgusted by their attitude. Leave your things/money to people who will be grateful for your help.
Aug 6, 2014
Hi Gracellen:
Don't fret. You clearly love them or you wouldn't worry and to love when not loved is one of St. Francis' prayers. God has blessed you with a big heart. Whatever you have set up, just leave a message with it that you did your best to be fair and you love them and pray they will be at peace with what you have given them. That's the best you can do and the rest you leave in Gopd's hands. They have missed out on the love you would be giving them. That is their loss and their choice. Be at peace with what you have already set up and put it out of your mind. You are blessed with good health
and al you need. It would be a shame to waste these wonderful gifts. Go and enjoy the life you have left.
Aug 9, 2014
Your note to me has helped me to think differently and as you say, I should and will not waste the good health and gifts I still have at this age of 88. Thank you more than I can express.
Aug 9, 2014
You are most welcone. gracellen. Glad to have helped.
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