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pixipixil
Apr 23, 2019
When I had markers they always dried out before I ever used them up. That happens with the gel pens also. There's a bit of horder in me so maybe that's why. I like to have back up on stuff so as not to run out.
It's gorgeous out today. My dafs are in full bloom and the tulips are opening plus a few hyacinths and cherry blossoms have started. I have a quince that's a terrific bloomer. The buds are almost ready to burst open. They are bright orange and continue for about a month. A huge number of lupine seeds have popped up so next year there'll be a bumper bloom of them. This year will be modest.
Hope you are having good luck with your gardens this year.
murphydog
Apr 24, 2019
Where do you live you lucky girl.We still have snow here in Northern Ontario Canada
pixipixil
Apr 25, 2019
Hi Murphydog. Look southeast of you. We're in upstate NY near (across the Hudson River from) Albany. It can get to minus 20 or more in the winter and we get a modest amount of snow--maybe 2 foot total this winter. We didn't have the usual big storms this year by us. They seemed to
all go around us for which I am grateful. There's so much terrible weather in our country these days.
We've been to Canada several times--first Nova Scotia but only around the Bay of Fundy; then we did the Banff - Jasper experience which was awesome; finally we stayed two nights on Manitoulin Island then a couple in Toronto plus the Canadian Falls at the beginning of that trip.
Would love to visit some of the wilder parks like Nahanni. Have you ever been? Are you near Hudson Bay? We are too old for real hiking any more so it's only wishing and seeing it on the web for us.
Taffi
May 1, 2019
I used to live on Manitoulin Island. Bay of Fundy is great. Did you do the walk on the sand when the tide went out? I live in Scarborough, which is part of Toronto. Yes, I finally got this puzzle done lol
pixipixil
May 2, 2019
We sure did. It was our favorite part of the trip. We drove magnetic hill in Truro and visited the balanced rock near Digby. I visited the Evangeline Museum and wanted to drive up on some bluff that had a view of the agricultural valley but it was fogged in and rainy that day.
We stayed on a narrow strip in Fundy Bay that had a lovely cove. The strip was so narrow we walked across the width in an hour to a lovely beach. It was about half way down the length from Digby. We took the ferry back from Digby to St. John then drove west to where the ferries take you back to the states and flew home from Portland ME. It was our 25th wedding anniversary celebration. My son was 14 then and we took him along.
Sometimes we miss visiting things right in our back yard. Did you see the Casa Loma yet? We went there when we visited Toronto. It was hard to locate but really worth the trouble.
Taffi
May 3, 2019
And did you have clams wrapped in bacon while in Nova Scotia? That's when we discovered them and now it's a treat when I get to have them. Yes, I've been to Casa Loma. It certainly sounds like you had a wonderful trip.
pixipixil
May 3, 2019
It was. We went to an Ojibwa dance competition while on Manitoulin Is. We could not get over the kind of "music" they considered beautiful. The costumes were, tho. But also the simplicity of the women's dance --more like a parade of step-stamp-step-stamp left us wondering what could possibly be the standard for picking one dancer over another. It was fun, tho.
Never had bacon wrapped clams. Seafood--except salmon and catfish--isn't my thing. I find the clam/oyster/scallop group hard to chew. Now bacon...that's another story! But it has to be cooked just right.
It's fun talking to you, Taffi. Hope you keep posting.
aussiesapphire
Apr 23, 2019
Crayons seem to be coming back into vogue these days.


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Take care and God bless. Hugs.
Taffi
May 1, 2019
Colouring is back in vogue actually. It works to calm the soul when you're doing it as you're focused on that. Hope you're doing well, Aussie. Love and hugs, sweetie. God bless.
aussiesapphire
May 2, 2019
Hi Taffi, having a bit of a rough trot with my health these days, but have a good doctor that I trust who is trying to find a solution. But I do thank you for caring. Lots of hugs back to you.
micki
May 1, 2019
My very, very, very favorite type of puzzle. A close-up and lots of color. Wow.
elijah13
Apr 23, 2019
Lots of pretty colors.

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