Hopewell Rocks Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of Hopewell Rocks in New Brunswick, Canada. The rock formations were created by erosion.


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Oct 26, 2017
Beautiful puzzle to do.
Nov 19, 2015
I love doing these jigsaw puzzles, i t keeps me alert and safe from getting bored, its very relaxing I can play for hours with little short breaks in between.happy puzzling.[Anne]
Nov 19, 2015
Me too
I am on here much but I do enjoy it
and all the comments
Oct 26, 2017
Anne32, in other words, it keeps you out of trouble, like it does me, right? lol I play off and on all day long. I'm hoping to be able to join the premier account pretty soon, that way I'll get more cuts and puzzles. Happy puzzling!
Apr 12, 2016
Really enjoyed this first mystery puzzle. Shall do some more tomorrow
Oct 26, 2017
Julygirl, I really enjoy doing the mystery cut, too.
Jun 15, 2017
Awful muddy-looking ocean.
May 22, 2015
The middle rock looks like la standing bear.
May 5, 2015
Another great puzzle provided by Kevin and staff and one of my favourite countries, Canada.

"To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong." Anonymous

"My home is in Heaven. I'm just traveling through this world." Billy Graham

Watson: Holmes! What kind of rock is this!
Holmes: Sedimentary, my dear Watson.

God bless all of you - take care. Hugs (my husband is feeling better today - thank you for your prayers.)
May 5, 2015
Hi I am Joyce. from NZ and I will pray for your Dear Husband tonight as well that God will touch he in a wonderful way.
May 5, 2015
Thank you genaya, I do appreciate your kind thoughts and prayers. I was born in Wellington, but have lived most of my life in Australia. Father from NZ mother from here. Would love to go back one day as all my relatives have almost gone now. Hugs.
May 6, 2015
Hi genaya, I am also living in NZ I was born in Scotland at the end of the war and grew up in England from the age of 4 months and came to NZ as a girl of 19yrs to see my sister for 2yrs but ended up being married to a Kiwi bloke and apart from many visits have lived here ever since.
May 8, 2015
Lovely to see some more New Zealanders. I live in the Waikato.
May 8, 2015
I was there many moons ago and my favourite place was the Waikato gorge. Absolutely stunning. Hugs.
May 8, 2015
I live in the Waikato Glenelle, 6 kms north of Te Awamutu.
May 7, 2015
The one rock to the RIGHT surely resembles a grizzly bear, and the one to the LEFT "may" be a LOCH NESS monster
May 7, 2015
I've been to these rocks. My husband and I arrived when the tide was in, and it was very high. Husband pointed out where the stones were located and said we'd be back. And later, we came back.

The tide was out and the stones could be seen. We took the steps down. You can just imagine the power when you look at the stones, beaten by the water. We also saw signs of modern man making a mess with garbage. And that just hurt.

We drove from Ontario, through Quebec to New Brunswick. Loved the people there. Then onto Nova Scotia, land of The Cabot Trail. Another people to love. Then we drove to Prince Edward Island. Admittedly we took advantage of the ferry. Another wonderful people and a fascinating history. OK, I've done Eastern Canada. Hopefully I get to do Western Canada before I die.
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