River Landscape Jigsaw Puzzle

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jas6415
Sep 27, 2017
Wow...What a beautiful scene...How I would love to be in this picture doing some fly fishing
SANTACLAUS
Apr 9, 2017
Well thats my lot for today, having to go to see some sick friends and cheer them up. Best of health every one, and hope all your wishes come true. love from all in Yorkshire..
elijah13
Aug 26, 2016
Looks like a nice place to relax.
carolsapple
Jul 26, 2016
Beautiful scenery. Have had custard pie. I've made a Chocolate Mousse Pie - a group of people thought I bought the pie. They asked where I purchased it - their mouths drop when I informed them that I made the pie. Their reply was omg that was the best pie. I was gloating that day!
olliebeak1951
Nov 9, 2015
What a fabulous riverside location :-D. It looks so much like Scotland which I adore.
fiestyolelady
Mar 14, 2015
Would love to stick my feet in this water & go wading & picking up rocks.
dbnc2
Mar 14, 2015
I love rocks
toadalove
Feb 27, 2015
Beautiful!
pixipixil
Jan 10, 2015
Back where the river bends I'll build my dream huse about halfway up that hill. I'll sit on my porch and serve minted tea and pie and you are all invited any time.
kjd3682
Jan 12, 2015
I want my house closer to the water. Just far enough back to avoid flooding. I want to be able to walk, not hike, to the water's edge. So what kind of pie will be served?
pixipixil
Jan 12, 2015
Minced or cherry. Or??? (make a suggestion)
You have a good point about not having to hike down but with the flooding I've been seeing in these past years I'd say you need to be elevated at least 30 feet. I'll make sure there's an easy path to the water. I've spent enough years spitting distance from a lake without frontage to not want more "look but don't touch" property. My favorite house had river frontage but it also flooded a few years ago when Sandy hit. About then I wasn't sorry to not be living there any more.
Annie1749
Jan 12, 2015
I'll move nearby if you make a custard pie because that is my favorite.
pixipixil
Jan 12, 2015
Sure thing. What flavor?
kjd3682
Jan 13, 2015
Ohhh, custard, that made my mouth water. Yum! Pixipixil, I already have my speech ready for the real estate agent when I win that lottery. "I want waterFRONT property, not 'view' it a couple miles away."
pixipixil
Jan 13, 2015
Why is it when realtors are selling a house to you they push water view as an asset but when you want to sell your house with a water view it doesn't add a cent?
Annie1749
Jan 13, 2015
Just plain vanilla custard with nutmeg on top.
pixipixil
Jan 13, 2015
That reminded me of my grandmother's rice pudding. She always topped it with nutmeg.
kjd3682
Jan 14, 2015
Pixipixil, all realtors are trained to tell you how wonderful EVERYTHING about the new house is...if it were missing the roof, they'd call it 'well ventilated', or a flooded basement is an indoor water feature. ;-)

And now because of you and Annie1749, I need to go make some custard or rice pudding...maybe both?
pixipixil
Jan 14, 2015
Go for it! I'll stop by when you finish to give an expert tasting (lol).
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