Red Roof Church Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a white church with a red roof on the edge of a rolling green hill. The lovely church is in Bavaria, Germany.

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JamieT
May 15, 2016
Little chance that this will be confused for a budget hotel chain. My experience with Bavaria has been Munich, the train between Zurich and Munich, Munich and Salzburg, Innsbruck and Munich, and the ICE train from Munich to Hamburg through Ulm. My Munich experiences usually ended up with me getting lost - there's a lot of curvy streets and beer consumption.
carolsapple
Aug 24, 2017
Always wanted to go to Bavaria and Austria. I tried to help an elderly woman ahead of me at the checkout at the grocery. She announced she needed assistance.
wc1agoyal
Nov 1, 2016
Wow
Daisydogward
Sep 17, 2016
This was a great puzzle to put together and it is a wonderful scene.
Your puzzles are fantastic...
trynfindit
May 15, 2016
Dearest puzzlers, We thank you for your prayers; our son came home from the hospital yesterday evening. Recovering will take a little time as he is exhausted from the ordeal. Praise God for all of his blessings.
pixipixil
May 15, 2016
Prayers of Thanksgiving. Such good news.
Jingles
May 15, 2016
What was wrong with your son trynfindit? I'm happy for you that he is home and in your care.
aussiesapphire
May 15, 2016
Wonderful news trynfindit, praise God and all the wonderful people on here who care enough to pray. Hugs.
aknan
May 16, 2016
Glad he is home and can get rest. Hospitals are just not restful places.
trynfindit
May 16, 2016
Jingles, He went to the dentist with a bad tooth and had an abscess on his gum. The dentist ignored the abscess and dug a piece of broken tooth from our son's gums. The abscess became infected and within a day and a half our son's neck and upper chest had become so swollen he very nearly couldn't breathe. The swelling in his mouth was so bad his tongue was forced up into the roof of his mouth. His windpipe was being constricted by the swelling. The infection spread between the muscles behind his jaw, down into his neck and into his chest. He had seven drains in his neck and two in his back to drain the infection. One of the drains in his back was behind his heart and the other drained fluid away from his lungs because the fluid was constricting his breathing. To say the least, he was VERY sick. Everyone's prayers have meant so much to us and we extend a very heart-felt thank you.
aknan
May 16, 2016
There are very few dentists who will do a procedure when you have an infection/abscess because it can get into the blood stream so easily. You might want to consider having the dentist cover at least some of the medical expenses.
trynfindit
May 17, 2016
Aknan, We plan to have the dentist cover a great deal.
aknan
May 17, 2016
Good for you! Stand your ground on this, too; people can be very slippery, especially when their pockets are involved. Blessings on you and your family.
aknan
May 18, 2016
Trynfindit, is there a legal aid or counseling service in your area? I think it may be called an ombudsman. I pray a solution can be found for this and also give prayers of thanks that your son is getting healthy again.
Jingles
May 15, 2016
Beautiful little country church. My husband and I raised four wonderful children. They were all baptized and went to catechism classes, bible school and Sunday school and church. Now they are all married and I lost my husband and for health reasons I can't always make it to church. I'm by myself and listen to my sermons on tv. I was very devoted for nearly sixty years though. I pray that being 89 years old the Dear Lord will forgive me. God bless
aknan
May 16, 2016
Jingles, it doesn't really sound like there is anything to forgive. You are doing all you can and that's all God asks of us.
dbnc2
May 17, 2016
Jingles I am 88 will be 89 in January
I don't get to church often and I miss it like you
I went most Sundays when I was able
I'm sure you did too
I don't drive anymore
I pray God will forgive me also
aknan
May 17, 2016
Dbnc2, please don't worry. God knows what's in your heart.
pixipixil
May 15, 2016
Nasty day out. Very chilly, damp and gloomy. It's nice to have this sunny puzzle to relieve the grey of the day. I believe my great grandmother came from that area. My father's family were also near there but possibly Austrian. I used to have a prayer book printed in Salzburg in the late 1800's. Don't know what happened to it.
Wishing you peaceful hearts today.
Jingles
May 15, 2016
Same here in Indiana or maybe that's where you are from. I had to cover some of my plants last night.
pixipixil
May 16, 2016
Jingles, I'm upstate NY. It didn't get cold enough for frost thankfully. The temp was around 50 but there was a cutting, cold wind that made it feel like freezing.
Coravee
May 15, 2016
A beautiful puzzle for the Lord's Day! It snowed here in northern IN, with a cold west wind. Most of our fruit trees have bloomed, so don't know what it will do to them. My container garden plants are still in their mini-greenhouse so should be OK. We still have tulips out, bleeding heart, wild geraniums. The Virginia bluebells are almost gone. Lilacs are at their fullest.
elijah13
May 15, 2016
Quick puzzle to do, but very soothing.
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