Baobab Tree Jigsaw Puzzle

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navycarrier
Sep 15, 2017
I am from louisiana. I lost a lot of my toys and games in the flood of louisiana about a year ago.we are close to getting our home back togeather
Annie1749
Jun 3, 2016
Now seems to be a good time to ask you puzzlers where you are from. A year or two ago I started keeping tract of the homelands of you dear people. In early 2015 I had representation from most of the 50 United States. The only ones left were Nebraska, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. I also had 22 countries, including Holland, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and Russia. Puzzlers have come and gone but I found it so fascinating to see where everyone was from. So if you wouldn't mind please either use your flag as an icon or include it in your comment. I'm from Michigan by the way.
goof1953
Jun 3, 2016
Hi Annie, Just before you started keeping track, I was living in N. D. and before that I was in Wyo. I'm glad that you are still trying to collect the states and countries. As I stated sometime last year, I'm in Co. now. Good luck on your collecting.
USACatwoman
Jun 4, 2016
I'm from Connecticut..(East Coast of the United States). I rarely comment but do the free puzzles nightly..in the 127 Hexagon mode.
orinoco
Jun 4, 2016
I live in S. Spain.
Coravee
Jun 7, 2016
I live in northern IN, right on the MI line.
Annie1749
Jun 8, 2016
Thank you all for replying to my plea. USACatwoman, you are added to my list, that makes 4 from Connecticut. I find this so interesting to find out where all of my Puzzle Friends are from. goof1953, Orinoco and Coravee I already had your locations. That makes 7 from Colorado, and 10 from Indiana and just 1 from Spain.
Coravee
Jun 13, 2016
So if we want to remember where some friend is from, we can apply to you, you may have their country! Neat! I only remember 3 or four from other countries, 4 or 5 different states. USACatwoman, I love the 127 hexagon if they have definite horizonal lines, so I do them first in 48 to see if I think I can do the more difficult hexagon. But I do like the hexagon best.
Annie1749
Jun 14, 2016
If I have the info you want I will be more than happy to share. That goes for everyone else too.
drawback
Oct 1, 2016
Hi, Annie 1749

I'm based in deepest, darkest rural Lincolnshire in England. So deep, dark and rural we still have the Pony Express delivering our mail. I've been doing C4J for two years now, and am particularly fascinated by your form of spelling the English Language!
Shortshoughton
Jun 3, 2016
Love these old trees - although this one is still a baby by the looks of it. They are scattered all over the "veld" here and grow to enormous size. As a child we used to eat the fruit - cream of tartar - directly out of the pods. Tart and delicious. They always remind me of home.
trynfindit
Jun 3, 2016
I never thought of cream of tartar as being good to eat by itself.

Your flag is that of South Africa but you mention home as though you are no longer in SA. What part of the world are you in now?
Shortshoughton
Jun 7, 2016
I am still here in Johannesburg. Lived in UK for 10 yrs and just could not get used to the grey and cold days. Def a sun baby. The fruit is very tart but refreshing. Almost like Sour Worms (do you get those where you are??? )
aknan
Jun 7, 2016
Shortshoughton, I think the entire world has Sour Worms now. They almost crowd out my favorite Gummi Bears.
Shortshoughton
Jun 8, 2016
Never! Gummi Bears are still my fav. Along with Speckled Eggs (chocoholic!!! )
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2016
Good to be back, still having problems with the computer.

"Dale Carnegie
Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all."

Take care and God bless. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 3, 2016
Welcome home. Good to have you 100%. Great quote as usual.
mamag15
Jun 3, 2016
Welcome back Aussie. We missed you. I hope and pray you will get your computer problems resolved soon. It can get very frustrating. God bless you too and have a wonderful week-end. :)
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2016
Thanks pixi, I have been told the problem is with the hard drive and the computer is only eight months old. Have to take it back, but don't like my chances of getting it fixed gratis. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jun 4, 2016
If it's under waranty and they are usually for a year, you should be good to go. My iMac went dead in the waranty period and they fixed it free. Mine was only the switch. It just stopped going on. Now every time I have to turn it on I am anxious.
xyxyxyxx
Jun 3, 2016
I'd never heard of baobob trees until I read "Le Petit Prince" for french class...and the symbolism escaped me (was probably too busy translating! ) Anyway, it's one of many trees including redwoods and sequoias that I'd really like to see up close.
jas6415
Jun 3, 2016
Strange looking tree but pretty
jldenney
Jun 3, 2016
Guess I'll never get to see a tree like this. I think my travel days are over.
Judy
cindyj28
Jun 3, 2016
Mine too, Judy, but we can still enjoy the beauty.
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2016
Me too, armchair travel is all I do now :) Hugs.
dbnc2
Jun 3, 2016
Didn't know that's where cream of tartar comes form
a pretty tree
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