Stars and Stripes Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of the stars and stripes on an American flag. The white stars are on a blue background.

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elijah13
Oct 7, 2017
Don't think I will ever tire of doing this type of puzzle. Our flag is beautiful.
sharondarlene
Sep 2, 2017
Beautiful.....Old Glory. My Dad served in The Army & fought for what our Flag represents. Dad is now totally free as he has moved on up to "His New Home." Miss him terribly!
ParsonWayne
Jul 5, 2017
I was finally able to make the first Blackberry cobbler of the season from the blackberries in our back yard next to the garden. It took 4 cups. I had a very unhappy robin who thought I was stealing HER blackberries. She assumed they had been planted for her and her babies. ;-)))
carolsapple
Jul 5, 2017
Yeah sounds quite yummy! There's a national park in the US that has a berry that looks like Blueberries - Huckleberry. The Grand Teton - there's a lodge that has a coffee shop that puts them in their pancakes. They ask if you want Blueberry or Huckleberry. Huckleberries are smaller and sweeter. One day while vacationing I arrived at this coffee shop alittle later in the am. It was too late to get them - they use fresh ones. Made a Peach Cobbler with a maple cream sauce. Thinking about making toffee bars.
ParsonWayne
Jul 6, 2017
I am quite familiar with both blue berries and huckleberries. I have picked my share of huckleberries in my life. They only sell blue berries at the stores around here. But both are berrylicious.
carolsapple
Jul 8, 2017
There's a pie in CA in a town - a restaurant has a pie - looks like Raspberries but there called Ollieberries. Wish hubby took me to this restaurant so I could taste their pie and Artichoke soup. This restaurant is famous for these two items.
ParsonWayne
Jul 15, 2017
If he DOES take you, CA, I hope you don't choke on the arti's in the soup.
carolsapple
Jul 15, 2017
Yeah the artichoke's are in a puree. He took me to Castorville - the artichoke capital. We went to a farm - when we left his town the weather was nice and warm - 70 deg. Castorville is 30 min. away - it quickly became quite cool. I needed a jacket. This farm had alittle booth and I ordered fried artichoke hearts. - They do them fresh - then you sprinkle Parmesan cheese. Delicious!
olamae61
Jul 5, 2017
Happy 4th of July C4J staff and fellow puzzlers! Especially, Fropo. Darambo, Parson Wayne, Nlbuchanan, Jingles, Mamag15, aknan, and a very special shout out to Aussiesapphire for all her quotes, and just being herself!
olamae61
Jul 5, 2017
And Baygrannie and anyone else I may have forgotten! Hugs and Blessings everyone!
carolsapple
Jul 5, 2017
You forgot moi lol - Happy 4th to all whose celebrating. Was very sad last week. There were two different dates that I was sad. Probably will be taking on a new job - looking forward to it.
olamae61
Jul 6, 2017
I truly did not mean to forget you carolsapple! You are especially unforgettable! Hopefully I will not have early onset Oldtimers like my father! I hope you get the new job! God bless you and keep you in the palm of his hand! Blessings and hugs:)
carolsapple
Jul 8, 2017
Oh I knew you didn't mean to forget me - I was trying to make a joke. I saw something online last night and went omg! What is wrong with these people putting these posts - another site.
carolsapple
Jul 8, 2017
Went out for lunch earlier this weeks. I looked at this restaurants menu online. They said they have crack pie. We go there and for dessert I try and order it. Then I'm told oh no you have to call us and give us 48 hours to make it. I could make it myself and have made it. The name of the pie sounds funny!
olamae61
Jul 10, 2017
It does sound funny!
JAMP124
Jul 4, 2017
God bless America!
BayGrannie
Jul 4, 2017
Yes, I wish all a happy Fourth. Just one question...why is it soooooo hard to walk into a store & buy a flag?!
JAMP124
Jul 4, 2017
The last flag I bought I got at Walmart. Hope that helps.
I remember taking a small group of middle school students to a wonderful flag store in Quincy, MA to buy many small flags representing the countries of our collective heritage. I think there must have been about 30 and they were to encircle a hall bulletin board for our heritage project. What fun we had! I had gone earlier and told the proprietor what I hoped to do and was it alright with him? He was hesitant ---- and I assured them they would be on their best behavior. And they were! As soon as the man met them (about 8 of them) he relaxed and we all had a good time selecting the flags. Now that I think of it 35 years later, I should have invited him to visit the school and see the bulletin board. Hind sight is great!
BayGrannie
Jul 6, 2017
What a great idea that was Jamp...both for the kids learning about other kids and learning about how our neighbors got to America, the old traditions, and how we are all equal, but have fun telling each other traditions from our ancesters.
babygirlkfor
Jul 5, 2017
Thank you vets!!!
KwkClkrSwkr68
Jul 5, 2017
Praise be to all who respect our American flag ALL of the time!!!!!
fropo
Jul 4, 2017
To all puzzle solvers, who have served or are currently serving in the USA military, I won't forget that it is your sacrifices that have made it possible for me and mine to continue to celebrate our independence. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. If you are currently deployed, I pray for your safe return. God bless America.
aussiesapphire
Jul 5, 2017
Hi fropo, hope you are feeling a little better now. Thinking of you. Hugs.
trynfindit
Jul 5, 2017
Well said, fropo.
fropo
Jul 5, 2017
Hi, assiesapphire. Thank you. I must be the kind of person that thrives under stress. I know you must think that I have it hard, but with the Most High carrying most of the weight, it's really simple. Remember He says, "Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest." And yes, I use the present tense because my savior is alive. It kind of bums me out when I hear people speaking of Him in the past tense. He is risen and ever present. Besides, with all that I have to do, I don't have time to get into trouble. LOL
aussiesapphire
Jul 5, 2017
Very wise words fropo, you are in my prayers. Loving hugs.
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