Towering Birdhouses Jigsaw Puzzle

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elijah13
Aug 19, 2017
Have to use a ladder to put these up. What a pretty puzzle. Enjoyed doing it. Hope the birds will enjoy it.
JAMP124
Jun 29, 2017
A birdy condominium! They are so tiny!
aussiesapphire
May 24, 2017
Oh my goodness, high rise birdhouses - whatever will they think of next hehehehe

Here's one for PW - want to hear a bird joke? Nah that's too hawkward hehehe.

"Love each other dearly always. There is scarcely anything else in the world but that: to love one another."
– Victor Hugo

Good night and God bless. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
May 24, 2017
Love it AS. Thanks. ;-)))
ParsonWayne
May 24, 2017
Remember, toucan play that game.
jiggler
May 24, 2017
Next thing all you featherbrains will be tweeting eggstremely bad yolks.......
olamae61
May 24, 2017
All you birdbrains with your bad tweets and chirps! LOL! :) God bless and Hugs!
aknan
May 24, 2017
Large and long GROANS to all of you...keep it up!
JamieT
May 24, 2017
Those puns are hard to swallow.
aussiesapphire
May 24, 2017
Hahaha - almost as good as the elephant jokes chain lol. Hugs to all of you.
olamae61
May 25, 2017
Hugs to you Aussie! :)
aussiesapphire
May 26, 2017
Thank you olamae and back to you as well.
ParsonWayne
May 27, 2017
Jamie, puns take awhile to digest. Reminds me of the lion who came upon two men in the jungle - one was reading a book and one was writing in his diary. He knew he could only eat one of them. Here's how he decided which one to eat: He remembered that Reader's Digest, while writers cramp.
pixipixil
May 24, 2017
Good grief--even housing for the birds is going condo. Before long there won't be any single family homes affordable for the average worker.
I don't know about you guys but I get upset when I see those internet sites claiming tiny houses the size of huts have everything anyone needs. Only if all you do at home is sleep.
Wishing you all homes with enough room to live large.
elijah13
May 24, 2017
I agree about the tiny houses. Hoopefully they live in a climate that is nice all year. The houses are cute but I sure couldn't live in one for very long--maybe for a weeks vacation, but no longer.
bmoo1952
May 24, 2017
Wait until they live in them for awhile and then see how excited they are. There will probably be a sale on them in a year of two.
trynfindit
May 24, 2017
I think the 'tiny house' movement is fantastic! Not everyone needs a thousand or more square feet to live. For young folks they can be a blessing as they can be bought outright and not have a mortgage. And they can be transported to wherever the owner wants to go. I think most tiny house owners have pretty well researched what it's like living in such a small space before they take the plunge. I think they're a great idea!
pixipixil
May 24, 2017
I take it you don't live in a big house trynfindit. I know plenty of folks who love condos and retirement villages. Down the block is a beautiful trailer park that's got water frontage. To each his own. My problem with the tiny house push is exactly what has caused the younger folks not to be able to afford a normal sized house so you have the powers that be trying to convince everyone tiny is just as good. You are one of those convinced. I just see it as a way to calm the masses whose income has dropped below a level where what once was an expected way of life is now out of range. If living in a tent, a trailer, a van, a tree house, a houseboat is your choice that's wonderful. But it isn't if you are forced to choose it because of the unfair financial divisions
in place as in London and California. I am wary of such promotions.
nlbuchanan
May 24, 2017
I would think a tiny home would seem like a mansion to the many homeless on our streets. There are many others who would find the small space to be adequate. A single person just starting out. First time on their own. Or even a senior who isn't as spry as (s)he used to be and wants to be independent - caring for their own space.
trynfindit
May 25, 2017
Pixi, actually we live in a 2, 400 square foot home, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, two living areas, separate laundry room, all of the rooms in our house are large, two car garage plus workshop area on a large, tree shaded lot.
pixipixil
May 25, 2017
We have a "starter" home. No need to downsize for retirement. We have been downsized for 30 years.
It is a cookie cutter ranch. It has two up sides--it is in a fairly convenient location (if you drive) and we can walk to a small lake (+some view) and pay to use the public beach (open summers only)or launch our non-existent boat to fish. Our first house was a large farmhouse with a couple of acres on a river and I haven't been happy since we left. I miss the room in the house and the river, and the mountains and the distance from the next house. Moving back would not be good at this time of our lives as it is too isolated from a major hospital (although there was a local one closer to us than where we are now) and the winter was brutal (-40 one Feb.)
And yes, nlb, anything looks good when you have nothing. I remember when we were first married and trying to find a place we could afford. I would have welcomed anything at all...or so I thought then. It's always good to have additional options-but that's all that should be. Those places are more likely to become vacation second homes for the upper middle class (is there still one of those? ) than a home for the poor.
nlbuchanan
May 24, 2017
That looks like a nice bird community. Clean rows between homes, no glaringly different colors, each obviously conforming to the rules of their "housing authority", Looks like there may have been some kind of catastrophic event tat caused the total destruction of the second house from the top on the row to the right. The debris has been completely cleaned up and the "lot" is ready for rebuilding.

God bless you all.
JamieT
May 24, 2017
Perhaps they should be different colors. I wonder if any birds brought twigs or pine needles to the wrong birdhouse.
olamae61
May 24, 2017
I guess they are trying to attract a lot of birds!
peterpan
May 24, 2017
Loved the high rise birdhouses. Enjoyed doing the puzzle.
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