Rocky Peak Jigsaw Puzzle

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dbnc2
May 24, 2017
Did it again as a mystery
thank God for such a beautiful world
just think what Heaven will be like
JamieT
Jul 10, 2015
I wonder where this is - it's very interesting.
dbnc2
Jan 18, 2015
Pretty
tshepherd24
Oct 14, 2014
Very interesting rock formation.
fiestyolelady
Sep 8, 2014
We live in God's beautiful world! I thank the dear Lord for the Saviour above cause we live in God'''x beautiful world.
gjb62
Jul 19, 2014
Nature is so serene. Just A reminder of GOD'S great works and wonders. Thank you LORD for all your blessings and thank you C-4 team for another great puzzle. Everyone have A great weekend!
susanjanefgm
Jul 16, 2014
Rock formations are always fascinating with their layout = did the weather make the edges so sharp?
pixipixil
Jul 16, 2014
The break is so straight, my guess is there's a big piece of rock lying on the ground on the other side of the hill.
susanjanefgm
Jul 17, 2014
I think you are probably very right - either that or some mythical creature was hungry! Haha - it is very straight though - almost like its been machine cut!
pixipixil
Jul 17, 2014
We went to a park in Ithaca that had cliff walls and waterways you would swear had been chiseled by an architect they were so straight and yet it was just the natural cleavage of the rock.
pixipixil
Jul 16, 2014
Like a jaw with a tooth missing.
Yesterday I caught a marmot that was under our cement steps. He looks like a groundhog (woodchuck) but about 2/3 the size. I was as surprised as he was that the trap worked (have a heart type). I picked up the trap to take him with me in the car--he had been so quiet I was afraid he was dead--when he sprang into action hissing and throwing himself around the trap. I was afraid to handle him as I didn't think the trap would hold so I scavanged the basement for a plastic bin to put the trap inside. Once I got the trap in the bin he was quiet again so I got him in the car and took him for a half hour drive to some woods for a release. All went well but it was scary the way he threw himself around. He messed all over and made a terrible stink so it's a good thing I had him in that bin or we'd have had to have the car professionally cleaned. I cleaned the bin but waited all night with it covered to see if I got the odor out of it b4 I put my winter sweaters back in it. Wish me luck.
Hope you have a day without stress.
elaineNH
Jul 16, 2014
Wow good job....pixipixil
nlbuchanan
Jul 16, 2014
So humane. Does my heart good to think of him going free in the woods. Thanks for sharing.
trynfindit
Jul 16, 2014
Sounds like it's hissing and throwing itself about is a great defense mechanism.
pixipixil
Jul 16, 2014
Oh it was. I thought I caught a Tasmanian devil!
slippers
Jul 16, 2014
Well done pixipixil I bet you did get a fright, good thinking with the bin, one way of getting rid of odours is put baking soda in your water, in fact baking soda has lots of uses even as a cleaner with white vinegar.
JoyceRogers
Jul 16, 2014
Yay!! You're a lot more resourceful than I ever could be. But I do believe I would get a new bin to put winter sweaters in, lol! That smell lasts forever! Congrats on a successful ending of this chapter of the book. Let us know what happens with the deer and the bugs! Hopefully you won't have any intoxicated dogs or furry, excited slugs! ;)
pixipixil
Jul 17, 2014
Yes. Big hopefully on that as I did start putting down coffee grinds. Might use some sand, too. I hear that bugs em. Still haven't gotten to teh bug spray. Gotta get on that too.
kjd3682
Jul 17, 2014
Excellent work!! Plus a story to tell again and again!
cindyj28
Jul 17, 2014
So happy you caught the vermin, but not surprising that he didn't want to leave your home. He probably had it all set up for himself. So what are you doing about the rest of the critters??? Perhaps we can come up with a solution for them too.
trynfindit
Jul 17, 2014
When we were in Yosemite a couple of years back we had a marmot under the porch of our room. Quite a dirt pile he'd built up as a result of his tunneling. We named him "Cheeky" as he had no fears about coming to the screen door looking for a handout. We finally had to lock the screen door, though, because the raccoons knew how to slide the screen open!
pixipixil
Jul 17, 2014
Oh those raccoons are smart. They feel very entitled to get what you have, too. In spite of that I'll take a coon over a marmot any day.
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