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Free jigsaw of an arch styled in Moroccan architecture. There is an interesting tile mosaic and intricate carvings.

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dbnc2
Apr 3, 2017
I did it as a mystery again
rahrah1820
Feb 20, 2017
Just did this puzzle, I think it's one of my favorites. Thank you, dear staff, for keeping the oldies. They're "new" to some of us.
aussiesapphire
Feb 8, 2013
Beautiful architecture, hard puzzle. Hope all my friends from North America are not in the path of that terrible snow storm. Take care.
pixipixil
Feb 8, 2013
Thanks for your concern. We are in its path which is pretty broad. Snow removal around us is pretty efficient. If the power lines stay up all will be well. My husband is a teacher and the schools here have closed for the day. Hooray. He could retire but he wants to teach until he drops.
KNadineM
Feb 8, 2013
I'm thankful that I'm not, I'm in the Midwest. I do pray for those in the path of the storm, they've had a lot to deal with already in the past year.
KNadineM
Feb 8, 2013
Be safe pixipixil.
pixipixil
Feb 8, 2013
Thanks, knadine. I plan to hunker down inside. The bird feeder is already full so I won't go out at all.
abacii
Feb 8, 2013
It just started here. Only flurries so far. Bathtub's filled. Candles are ready. 200 Cans of precooked soup. Bottled water. Bring it on!
Barbaranne
Feb 8, 2013
Pixipixil, hibernate for the duration, make the soup into " parental feeds" and you could stay there until the spring. Stay safe
mountainmama
Feb 8, 2013
Be safe and warm! I used to live in the midwest and know how the storms and blizzards are. Good thinking about the bathtub. Keeping all of you in prayers.
mountainmama
Feb 8, 2013
I agree! Hibernation is in order until the spring thaw! Most of my relatives live in the midwest. So any time there is bad weather, I call to check on them.
aussiesapphire
Feb 8, 2013
Bless you all - my prayers are with you. (9 Feb)
sunsetsky
Feb 8, 2013
Yep, we are in the midst of the snowstorm too. Best to stay indoors. Our school buses were cancelled today too.
marine5153
Feb 8, 2013
Originally I lived in Mass., (Brockton) but have been in the midwest for 60 yrs. I remember the hurricane of 1938; I was 5 yrs. Old but, oh, how scarry. Also recall the winter of 1947 when we had over 100 inches of snowfall that season. Not much snow in Missouri this winter but that's OK by me. I'm nearly 80 and don't like shoveling but will do a little bit of it when I have to.
mountainmama
Feb 10, 2013
Are you okay after the storm? Haven't been keeping up with the news lately.
carolsapple
Oct 8, 2016
Used to live in Mass. then moved to Minn and then moved to Wisc. Now I live in the south. I'll never forget one day growing up. We had such severe winter weather. It was -35 with a windchill factor of -70. My brother and I had a paper route that year. We had to deliver the papers in that cold weather. It was so cold that our faces hurt. Our parents were so kind to help us those severe days. Other kids had routes and their parents didn't help them. I would have helped if it was my child!
pixipixil
Oct 8, 2016
WE are still in upstate NY but now my husband has retired. Last winter was mild and dry but the Farmer's Almanac has forecast a very severe winter this year. I'm glad we can just stay indoors when the snow comes. I think I'd like moving to the southwest neare to my brother and his wife but the thought of all the work and expense has my husband and I paralysed.
pixipixil
Oct 8, 2016
Sorry about the "WE" caps. I often don't let go of the cap key quickly enough.
dbnc2
May 21, 2016
Another fun mystery
toadalove
Aug 10, 2014
Cool!
malko
May 25, 2014
A work of art
misty76leigh
Feb 9, 2013
How exquisite and intricate!
BWKatz
Feb 9, 2013
Rain rain everywhere. I was so hoping for a few flakes but our temps only go down to 34F tonight & then no precipitation til thursday. I know I should count my blessings when so many are suffering so I'll just pray that evryone is safe, dry and warm with plenty of food.
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