Lush Mountain Pasture Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle for free online of bright green pastures high in the mountains. The fall scenery is accented with tall snow-capped mountains.

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rahrah1820
Nov 11, 2017
So pretty
jas6415
Sep 3, 2017
Another beautiful mountain scene....I love it....Dbnc2....Why worry. I pay no attention to times....I am just thankful that I have these to help pass the boring hours
dbnc2
Oct 21, 2016
I'm getting slower all the time
but what does it matter
I'm not going nowhere till Jesus comes
retirenow14
Oct 23, 2016
Wow, I never thought of that concept before. And I love it, and plan to embrace and share it, too.
Barbaranne
Oct 20, 2016
Lovely place.
Blessings.
Very tired but had to do the puzzle. Goodnight.
JUDY2014
Oct 19, 2016
Can't wait until our street is clean again after Matthew. Tornado devastated our 4 block area of homes. Out of power for 6 days. I was lucky, only my fence was destroyed. The city has so much clean up that I don't think they will be picking up these giant trees that uprooted and blocked all the streets in my neighborhood anytime soon. At least no one was hurt. Ormond Beach is a mess.
trynfindit
Oct 19, 2016
We were out of power for 3 days but we have a generator which is a life-saver. Still piles of yard trash - the larger trash trucks are trying to make their way around the city.
olamae61
Oct 19, 2016
I am praying for you Judy2014 and the other's affected by Matthew. I am glad that you are ok and that only your fence was destroyed. Hopefully your streets will be clean soon. Sending you hugs and blessings!
pixipixil
Oct 20, 2016
So sorry that you, Judy and Trynfindit were hit badly by the storm. I'm glad nobody got hurt. Trynfindit, I've been trying to get my husband to get some backup system but he feels it isn't necessary. We have been very lucky.
trynfindit
Oct 20, 2016
Having a generator or not getting one can be a conundrum - do you spend the money for something you may not use but a very few times, or do you spend a little and have necessities and comforts when it is needed? We choose the latter. During the storm, after we lost power, we hooked up a couple of 'outdoor' extension cords, ran them into the house and started up the generator. From those two cords we were able to hook up: In the kitchen - our refrigerator, coffee pot (a distinct necessity in our house! ), a lamp and an electric burner unit. In the living room - a lamp, fan, and television. In the bedroom - a lamp, the tv, two fans and our CPAP units. We didn't run the bedroom stuff during the day, only when we were going to bed. Then we turned off the living room stuff. Sure makes 'roughing it' a lot easier. And God provided cooler temps than we would've had during the summer. We've lost power during storms in the summer and, after the 'cane passed, the temps went back up into the mid to high 90s.
wc1agoyal
Oct 20, 2016
Serene
olamae61
Oct 19, 2016
I love this puzzle! My family oringinated in the Smokey mountains in the Southern part of the US. I have a love for mountains. These mountains look like they are located in the western part of the US, though.
pixipixil
Oct 20, 2016
Agree. They may not even be US but if they are they aren't from the eastern ranges.
jas6415
Oct 19, 2016
Beautiful scenery What a site for a home
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