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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a beautiful crisp autumn day in the country. The trees are losing their leaves creating a thick layer on the grass.

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bmoo1952
Oct 12, 2016
Look at the majestic great grandfather that stands straight even though he has lost his limbs. At first I thought it was his children and grandkids that stood in front of him but they look like they were planted as they are not scattered at random. Another picture of Gods great creations.
rahrah1820
Nov 30, 2017
Bmoo, I like the way you worded the scene
pixipixil
Oct 12, 2016
Off to go leaf-peeping today. Hopefully the leaves will be on the trees and not the ground. We are driving north to catch the best color (hopefully). I'm feeling much better today. Thank you for your prayers. When I get news of my sister-in-law I'll let you know how she's doing.
Wishing you all a scenery filled day.
mamag15
Oct 12, 2016
I am glad you are feeling better today Pixi. We will continue prayers for your sister-in-law. And please do keep us informed as to how she is doing. Have a blessed day.
trynfindit
Oct 12, 2016
Ditto what mamag said.
Eveningstar
Oct 13, 2016
May God heal you and your Sister-In-Law.:) Have a Blessed Day.:) Hugs.:)
pixipixil
Oct 13, 2016
Thank you all. No news about the hip op yet but there should be soon.
I'm doing better. I really appreciate you all for pulling for us spiritually. God bless you.
pixipixil
Oct 14, 2016
I had to ask my husbnd to email his sister so I could tell you how things went. He seems to be a no news is good news person and doesn't ask. Her operation went fine. Initially she had no pain but she's already doing rehab and that does hurt.
Thank you again for your prayers and concern.
Eveningstar
Oct 15, 2016
I am so glad your Sister-In-Law is getting better. I hope you can have your knee operation soon.:) HUGS!!!!!
pixipixil
Oct 15, 2016
Thanks eveningstar. Hugs to you also.
trynfindit
Oct 15, 2016
Glad to hear the operation went well. Rehab can be terribly painful but is SO necessary.
pixipixil
Oct 15, 2016
Don't worry. I know my sister-in-law and she wil do whatever is neessary. Thanks Trynfindit.
jas6415
Oct 12, 2016
Ah the fall All that I do not love about fall is raking leaves I have cottonwoods in front and willows on the side and in back keeps me busy raking for a couple of months
aussiesapphire
Oct 12, 2016
A great source of free mulch!!! Hugs Jas.
trynfindit
Oct 12, 2016
We recently saw the fluff from a cottonwood tree. My goodness! what a mess it made.
kjd3682
Oct 15, 2016
Trynfindit, we refer to it as 'snowing' when all the cottonwoods start shedding. :-)
CatLadyOKC
Oct 15, 2016
We have a cottonwood in the neighbors front yard, yes they make a mess. Our city has now ban the ones that do that (can really stop storm drains) and also the red cedars (do to the fire hazard). Same neighbors have one of those close to our wood fence. Both are on my allergy list so I would love to have them cut down.
trynfindit
Oct 15, 2016
I can certainly understand the 'snowing' moniker. The 'snow' from the tree was all over the driveway and foofed everywhere as we drove through it!
JamieT
Oct 12, 2016
Monday, when I was going to the doctor, I noticed that very few trees here in Kansas City had even started changing colors. Well, I guess the trees stay the same color, but the leaves were almost all still green.
ParsonWayne
Oct 12, 2016
You can always tell when it is a dogwood tree by its bark.
darambo
Oct 12, 2016
Hahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!!!! You are so hilarious, wish I had that talent. :)
aussiesapphire
Oct 12, 2016
You have other talents darambo that I am sure other people wish they had. Hugs.
JamieT
Oct 13, 2016
Everyone has a set of talents that are unique to them. For example, Parson Wayne could write a book, "Crimes and Puns I Met."
Barbaranne
Oct 12, 2016
I would love to be able to go and run/walk through an area of fallen leaves, kicking them around and throwing them in the air, just like when I was a child. We would go to the woods during autumn to collect sweet chestnuts to roast, and the leaves were very deep, or so it seemed, and you had to kick them around to find the nuts. Sorry I have gone on a bit, I do apologise.
Enjoy the colours for they do not last long. God bless you all and keep you safe from harm.
dbnc2
Oct 12, 2016
You didn't go on to long
I enjoyed your memory's
darambo
Oct 12, 2016
Barbaranne thank you for sharing that wonderful memory it was beautiful. I can see you in my mind doing it. Don't ever apologize for sharing your memories good or bad ones. Be safe.
trynfindit
Oct 12, 2016
Barbaranne, a few sentences about such a lovely memory could never be considered 'going on.' Like darambo I could just picture y'all collecting the nuts and roasting them. Lovely.
Barbaranne
Oct 13, 2016
Thank you all for being so kind, may life be has kind to you as you have been to me. God bless you all.
Eveningstar
Oct 13, 2016
So much fun.:) I love Autumn.:)
nlbuchanan
Oct 12, 2016
What a peaceful scene. It just needs an old, retired, well loved horse or two hanging its head over the fence.

God bless you with such an idyllic place to retire to.
(Aussie, thanks for allowing me to relax that preposition rule! )
aussiesapphire
Oct 12, 2016
Hahaha you are most welcome nlb. Hugs.
trynfindit
Oct 12, 2016
Nlb, I was thinking about a horse looking over the fence too.
JAMP124
Oct 12, 2016
I love autumn ---- and especially since I'm retired from a school schedule!
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