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Free jigsaw online of the fortified city of Ait Benhaddou in Morocco. The city used to lie along a popular caravan route.

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elijah13
Mar 7, 2017
Very interesting buildings. I would like to know how they get around in places like that--Would be hard on animals I would think.
aknan
Mar 7, 2017
Think flights of steps - LOTS of steps - and steep, generally cobblestone streets. Hard on the old legs and donkey hooves. Most of the streets are too narrow for vehicles, but some cars and delivery vans (quite small) manage to squeeze through.
teaberri
Feb 2, 2017
Beautiful but hard, Idid the192, next larger pieces.Off to bed now.Good nite all.
toadalove
Jul 12, 2014
Tough but fun!
susanjanefgm
Jul 12, 2014
What a hot and dry looking place!
Jingles
Mar 3, 2013
Hi Aussie, I was surprised when you said you were going to dry your clothes in the sun. I thought I was the only one that did that. I love hanging clothes out and they smell so fresh when you bring them in. I especially like to hang sheets and bed clothes out. It is still too cold to do it yet. The only bad part of it is it's so far to my clothes line. It about breaks my back before I'm finished. Do any of the rest of you puzzlers hang your laundry outside. This was a fun puzzle to work as are most of them. Thank you staff for letting me look forward to your puzzles every day. I think I could sit all day and do puzzles. Everyone of you have a blessed day and God bless.
pixipixil
Mar 3, 2013
Hi Logansport:
I can't say I share your enthusiasm for hanging out clothes. I used to do it for my mom and also at our first home. The washer was in the basement and the clothesline hung off the deck a flight up outside. I also hung stuff on the porch when it was rainy. Some days the weather changed so much I hung and took the clothes in three times. Now I have a dryer and it's my second favorite appliance--washer being first.
ginny212
Mar 3, 2013
I'm with you Pixipixil! I remember when I was a child, Hanging out clothes and then coming back and shaking out the ice crystals. But in warmer weather they smelled so good. I'd all but bury my face in the towels and sheets especially. Today's soaps and softeners do make the clothes smell good but nothing to compare with the fresh air/sunshine scent. Still not gonna' hang 'em out!
nlbuchanan
Mar 3, 2013
I also used to hang clothing outside as a child - and inside as an adult in less prosperous times. My caregived likes to hang them but I find they come off the line rather stiff and scratchy probably would not if we used more fabric softener. Anyway, I'm with pixipixil and love my dryer.
cindyj28
Mar 3, 2013
Hi Logansport and anyone else who hangs clothes out side. I too, love to hang my clothes outside. Have been doing it for years, and love the fresh smell that comes with it. People talking about going green and to me hanging clothes out side to dry is another way to help save our environment. In winter I dry only partway in dryer and hang let them air dry. Puts moisture into the air and saves on the gas bill. The puzzle is great and I could almost picture the clothes drying in that beautiful sunshine. Have a good day all.
kittycat77
Mar 3, 2013
I love the smell of freshed dried clothes. I used to do it but now is a condo and no place to hang clothes. Had birds that used to poop on the clothes so when I hamped them out I used to tell them not do that as I would put out seed and bread crumbs for them and my husband laughed at me one day and who's clothes did they poop on? You guessed it.
toadalove
Mar 3, 2013
I do too hang clothes out in the summer. I have a small wooden clothes hanger that I put out on the deck and then after I throw them in the dryer for a couple of minutes to get the wrinkles out if needed. I just love that fresh smell!
CatLadyOKC
Mar 3, 2013
Having lived in Ks. & Ok. Never was much for hangin clothes out, somtimes you had to pick them out of your yard or the next yard on windy days. I'm all for the time saving appliances, gives me more time to do puzzles...
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2013
Hi all, yes I do like the smell of clothing and linen that has been dried out in the fresh air and I don't even own a dryer, so when it rains a lot, the washing piles up. My washing hoist/line has a garden around the pole and I have sun jewels growing there of different colours. They are a member of the portulaca family, but are perennials and really pretty flowers which come out when the sun is out and the bees love them. Have a good day/evening all. God bless.
jiggler
Mar 3, 2013
Hi, Logansport - oh, yes, I love to hang the washing outside - it smells so nice and fresh. And on a good windy day, I hardly need to do any ironing!! The dryer is strictly a device of last resort (and that save electricity, too! )
Barbaranne
Mar 3, 2013
We have to much washing to hang out so only special pieces go out, as for ironing I loathe it so I buy most thing non iron
Rozina1010
Mar 4, 2013
Yes I do weather permitting. I get a great night's sleep when I air out the down comforter also. Hey hanging out your clothes on the clothesline is using solar power drying!!!!
mountainmama
Mar 5, 2013
Hi Everyone! I also hang all of my clothes on the line. I love it. I do not own a dryer and use a wringer washer to wash my clothes when the weather is warm and not rainy. While it is cold though, I use the laundrymat. I mentioned to my husband the other day that I am ready to wash clothes at our place again and not have the hassle of dragging them to the laundrymat. I love the fresh smell and not the artificle smells of the soaps and fabric softners. I guess I am an all natural gal.
Many blessing to all of you out there and have a wonderful day.
Rozina1010
Mar 5, 2013
Mountainmama I am with you on this one but I have to shop for a washer yet so I still have to drag stuff to the laundromat. From one nature gal to another...are there nature stores near you or a Trader Joes' they have better smelling laundry stuff.
ginny212
Mar 6, 2013
Mountainmama, You brought back memories for sure. When I was little, my job was to stand on a stool next to a large galvanized tub and guide the clothes from the wringer in to the tub and give them a swish around. I later graduated to sending them through the wringer. The smells were almost as good as later taking them down from the line. However, being in a wheelchair now I'm very grateful for modern conveniences!
mountainmama
Mar 6, 2013
Rozina and Ginny, There are no nature stores close by however, I do try to get the unscented or the natural laundry stuff. I bought both of my wringer washers at a second hand store and they were cheap! They don't wring the clothes like the newer washers, but they sure do use a lot less water! Since we have to haul our water, that makes a big difference. I used to help my grandmother do laundry with her wringer.
God Blessings to you all.
Rozina1010
Mar 6, 2013
Oh wow! You hauling water...now that will keep you in shape! But going to the laundromat means it is a day out of the house...like to go when it isn't crowded. I know which machines work so I don't loose money. I like lavender scent...there is a Yardley soap in lavender (english)! How about potpourri in your drawers as I have these bars of soap in mine to give my clothes a great smell.
Barbaranne
Mar 6, 2013
Ginny212, I remembr do that as well and also mum used the mangle (english) to press the sheets and we helped with that, loved getting into bed with the fresh air smell on he sheets what memories this brings back.
mountainmama
Mar 7, 2013
Lol, Rozina! We haul our water in a 200 gallon tank that slides in the bed of our pick up. So, we have learned water conservation is a must. We then pump the water to another tank that is gravity flow. We don't haul our water in buckets.
Have a great day and many blessings to you and yours.
Rozina1010
Mar 7, 2013
Thanks. Out of touch I am a city mouse. Never lived in a place like yours!
Barbaranne
Mar 8, 2013
Mountainmama, I admire you, I cannot imagine having to fetch 200 gallons of water, how long does it last or is it a daily routine. We who turn on taps and waste so much should have to experience it and then we might change the way we use this most essential gift of God.
toadalove
Mar 8, 2013
Barb, some of us city slickers are very conservative with our water too. We pay dearly for it. There are meters that watch out usage and with the prices you would swear you were using liquid gold instead of water. Its crazy!
mountainmama
Mar 8, 2013
Barbaranne and Rozina, I am very humbled by your comments. The 200 gallons lasts us about a week to 10 days. I must admit at times I do miss being able to turn on the tab and have all the water I want. Although, this has taught me much. During the summer when I do my laundry, I use the leftover wash/rinse water to water all of my plants and they thrive beautifully. The rinse water from my dishes I will add a little cleaning solution, (organic of course) and clean whatever needs to be cleaned. I was raised on a farm and moved to the city. I tried for many years to get back to the country life and here we are. Just love it. Not too long ago we had 18 deer walk through our place!
You all have a blessed day!
Rozina1010
Mar 8, 2013
Mountainmama I was on property as a child where you had to pump the water. Also stocked up a few gallons on the way to Montreal one time. But nothing close to how you have to make it last. Farm live is so different from the city...although I am semi-country. I need the trees, birds, and even the crab-grass near me to feel happy! Oh and today we still have lots of soft snow coming down and I am not sure how many inches this time. But I am handling it fine! Cheers all!
pixipixil
Mar 11, 2013
Hi mountainmama:
Did you pick that name because you live in West Virginia like the song? I am amazed there are still places without plumbing. Do you use an out house? When we moved into the area we are now--which is 10 minutes from major NY cities-- I was told the area was poverty zone as a good percentage of houses--now full time homes but initially summer camps--had no plumbing. That was 25 years ago. We are near a lake so I guess folks just scooped water from the lake.
Years ago when we lived in the mountains, the few times we lost our water pump we were lucky to be on a river and have lots of snow on the ground. I blew up our electric stove that way. I had packed snow in a Pyrex coffee pot and put it on the burner to melt. Unfortunately the snow got stuck in the neck of the pot and that made the pot shatter dropping the snow on the burner which must have had a short somewhere and the thing went off like fireworks. We were quite poor then and couldn't run out to buy a new stove but the people across the way were dumping an ancient gas stove so we hauled that home. We did have a wood stove, too, but the kind for heating, not so much cooking.
mountainmama
Mar 11, 2013
Hi Pixipixil and Rozina! I got a good chuckle out of your stove story. I actually in the mountains of Oregon and I do like that song. We do have a septic system but there used to be a outhouse and we may rebuild it to have a back up. Long story! Anyway, to dig a well here is very expensive and many people that live around here haul their water. I do cook some on my wood stove and heat out water on it as well. I am hoping that we will be able to get a real wood cookstove to along with my propane gas stove. That would help keep the house warmer in the winter months too. We are always thinking of ways to get things done by using what we have on hand instead of running to the store which takes us an hour to get to. When we go to town, we make sure to have our lists and to get everything on those lists. I remember as a small child (seems like a hundred years ago) that my grandmother had to pump her water and haul it into the house and she had an outhouse too. I remember her having to heat the water on her kitchen stove and pour it into the bath tub for bath times. Where the water went after using it, I don't know. My goodness, I think I have writen a short story!!! :)
Have a wonderful and blessed day.
Rozina1010
Mar 11, 2013
Even though I am a city mouse now. I have used outhouses! But I prefer indoor plumbing. Out in the Midwest you might find people who have those potbelly wood/coal burning stoves. Someday mountainmama! I hope soon for you! Snow in beantown was not so much of a problem...as some one kindly used a snow blower to do the front. Thanks to whomever it was!
Barbaranne
Mar 11, 2013
Love all your stories, we had as children a water closet but it was inside the wash house that was not wired for electricity and in the winter when the nights were long we would all troop out together and wait in line making up ghost stories and then if you were the last you might have to go back on your own, which could be quite frightening.
Rozina1010
Mar 12, 2013
Shall do so...overcast here and rain has stopped. However it was very sunny yesterday! You enjoy the outdoors! Watch out for those cold seats. Lol!
mountainmama
Mar 12, 2013
Rozina and Barbaranne, I most definatily prefer indoor plumbing! I am hoping that we can get our bathroom a little warmer in next winter. Nothing wakes a sleepy body up faster than sitting on a cold seat! Lol! Even as a child I was afraid of ghost stories and the scary stories on tv. I think that I would be first in line for the water closet and run like crazy back into the house. I have loved sharing all of this with you. We are getting more sunshine today and the snow is slowly melting away. Here's to working outdoors again today. Love it! Have a wonderful day!
ginny212
Mar 12, 2013
I had to laugh at the cold seat stories. I've just moved and the bathroom I use is not connected to the heating system but has heated towel racks. I told my sister just last week that I wished the previous owner had heated the seat instead. I would definitely use that!
Joni36
Mar 13, 2013
I hang my clothes outside to dry also...and that's a trick when you live near Seattle!! Ha!
mountainmama
Mar 13, 2013
Ginny andJoni, there were many times when I lived in the city or suburbs, that I would hand my clothes on hangers or over a patio fence to dry. Didn't know what the neighbors thought. I have never heard of heated towel racks. Now that's something new!!
sylviaquick
May 17, 2014
I come from Malta and we always hang our washing out unless it's raining. I now live in England and have a rotary clothes line in the garden which I use as often as possible.
toadalove
May 18, 2014
I do! In the summer. It saves on electricity!
yaya11
Jun 29, 2014
I sometimes do that, but only in the summer or fall otherwise it is too cold to do it.
pixipixil
Jun 30, 2014
Hi sylvia. My mother had one of those. Most of the year is cold where I live now so I'm thankful for my electric dryer. Not the sunniest of places either.
I remember when I lived in the Catskills taking the wash in and rehamging it several times a day because of frequent showers. Could not afford a dryer then.
slippers
Mar 3, 2013
Very interesting puzzle, good evening one and all who are on my side of the world, and a good morning to those who will soon wake up to a lovely day. Work for me in the morning so must go and get some shut eye. Take care, and thank you for a wonderful puzzle, wonder what is in pandora's box for tomorrow?
toadalove
Mar 3, 2013
I pray you have the most beautiful dreams!
slippers
Mar 4, 2013
Thank you toadalove, like many people I dream but can't always remember them. Have a good day.
toadalove
Mar 4, 2013
Me too!
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2013
Mysterious Morocco - beautiful contrasting sky with buildings. Have a great day all my puzzling family and God bless.
tomandray
Mar 3, 2013
Good evening Aussiesapphire, it is a beautiful sky with lovely contrasting reddish fortified old city out in the desert. Hope you had a wonderful day. We're just starting out, quite cold this morning. I wore a lite jacket to bed last night, brrrrrrr. It is 38 degrees F., Feels like 33 degrees F. With the wind chill factor. Brrrrrr. Hope it is warmer in Aus. Ta-ta have a good night.
jajac
Mar 3, 2013
Hello you two ladies I love my morning with the puzzle, but actually I have to stop as I have to catch a bus...I have never being to Morocco but this is a lovely picture ; just a question tomandray, where do you come from?
Good day to all of you
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2013
It is much warmer, about to "hit the hay" and the temp is 24C with a low tonight of 21C - I think the rain is finally quitting, so will be nice to get some washing done and dried in the sun. Thanks for your wishes, right back at you. :)
aussiesapphire
Mar 3, 2013
Hi Jajac, nice to hear from you. Ayez un jour grand. Not that clever, googled it in a translator lol. Hugs.
tomandray
Mar 4, 2013
Hi Jajac, I am originally from Belgium, lived in Connecticut most of my life and then moved with my job to places like Colorado and New Hampshire. Then back to Connecticut, was in a terrible car accident 20 years ago and moved to Florida as I could no longer stand the cold and all the snow. So here I am in Central Florida, 1/2 hour from Disney....I did live in Orlando for 10 years at the same zip code as Shamu the whale at Sea World. :)) That was fun. :))
ColleenAnn
Mar 4, 2013
My mother hung clothes almost everyday out a third floor window. We lived in Brooklyn, NY and they had a big telephone poll in the backyards and someone would climb up and fasten a pulley with a clothsline and the other part was outside your window. It was kind of scary for me to help pull in the clothes. It didn't bother my Mom for a moment. She was some kind of woman! I do miss hanging clothes outside.
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