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micki
Feb 26, 2018
Third time around, but time was terrible. Cat wanted up...cat wanted down. Two phone calls and my computer froze twice. Still, I did enjoy the puzzle even with all the interruptions.
Honeybeez
Jan 2, 2018
Colorful!
micki
Nov 14, 2013
Wow...I did it and it was so much fun. Really had to concentrate on this one so the time really flew by. Hubby ate by himself and even did the dishes for me. Guess he knows I'm hooked on these puzzles. Good ole boy.
micki
May 28, 2015
Couple years later....slow start, but amazing finish.
toadalove
Mar 1, 2014
This resembles my paper shredder basket sometimes!
hockeyfan
Nov 13, 2013
Fun and interesting puzzle.
CatLadyOKC
Nov 13, 2013
WOW!! Lots going on it this puzzle!
hockeyfan
Nov 13, 2013
I agree with you.
CatLadyOKC
Nov 14, 2013
It surprised me, it took about 15 minutes less than the Swiss Alps one in the 300.
hockeyfan
Nov 14, 2013
I've done a few 300 piece puzzles, but not many. My computer is a laptop notebook size and the screen is pretty small. Hard to see pieces when there are a lot of them.
CatLadyOKC
Nov 14, 2013
My son upgraded my monitor when he watched my working on a 1008pc one on the 17" monitor, he got me a really nice 22" one. Now I can see all of the pieces. Suggested he get me a new one that is also a TV in the 72" size & he just laughed at me.
hockeyfan
Nov 15, 2013
You made me smile......sounds like you have a great son. Nice he upgraded your monitor. I didn't know there was such a thing as a computer also a tv. I would love to have one of them myself, but my hubby would laugh also.
vivianKnight
Nov 14, 2013
Very interesting puzzle
Taffi
Nov 13, 2013
Guess what...they still make rings from these type of strips and hang them up. You're not old!
Starrphyre
Nov 13, 2013
Old school libraries gave paper strips like these away to be used as bookmarks. Now I suppose you'd need something electronic? Or...
Glue ends together and make circles and then hook the circles together to make chains for the Christmas tree....These ideas are as worthless as the strips would be in my not too humble opinion! :(
jajac
Nov 13, 2013
How right you are! long ago, we did these chains with coloured paper and we decorate everywhere with them!!!
hockeyfan
Nov 13, 2013
So did we. Strung them on our tree and from each corner of living room to center of ceiling and then hung a bell. What memories.
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