Yellow Leaves Jigsaw Puzzle

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toadalove
Feb 12, 2014
Beautiful!
fiestyolelady
Oct 22, 2013
The trees are just turning here. what beauty!!!
Barbaranne
Oct 9, 2013
Very autumnal and lovely against that blue sky a wonderful day for a long ride through the leafy lanes, but alas, those days are past and I can only dream now. God bless, have a lovely day.
sisgp
Oct 9, 2013
There are still leafy lanes, you must not live out in the country Barbaranne:(
Barbaranne
Oct 10, 2013
I live in london but the reason for the days being past is that of age and infirmity, I love russling through the autumn leaves especially after a frost and we have plenty of those in the park opposite the Convent.
sisgp
Oct 10, 2013
I'm sorry to hear that I suffer from youth and infirmity:\
But maybe a nice drive out would do the trick:)
Barbaranne
Oct 11, 2013
Yes but not today it is raining cats and dogs maybe in the snow later in the ear
Barbaranne
Oct 13, 2013
Sisgp, when I said riding I meant on horse back, and it is raining those cats and dogs.
sisgp
Oct 13, 2013
Oh I spent my whole youth on horseback, I ride occasionally now but getting on and off a struggle these days:)
pookie123
Oct 11, 2013
I remember swinging in a tree swing, looking up at the leaves and sky, this picture reminds of those childhood days.
msmith7
Oct 9, 2013
Leaves will turn soon in the ozarks USA Will take a road trip thru the hills and cross into Arkansas on the ferry so beautiful
pixipixil
Oct 9, 2013
I was thinking of retiring to Arkansas. I really like the love of nature people in that state have and all the inexpensive places to stay in the many parks. But they do have such violent weather! Anyway my husband wants to keep working until he can't so moving is out. You from OK and going up Mt. Wilhemina or from the east? That view in Petit Jean from the lodge across the mountains is to die for.
msmith7
Oct 9, 2013
From Missouri so going in from the north there is a ferry at Thedosha
pixipixil
Oct 11, 2013
Saw a bit of MO. Thought maybe Springfield would be good but we didn't see what we were looking for. We did a loop from Little Rock to Hot Springs, up to Mt Nebo then across to Ft. Smith (? ), down to Walton to Queen Wilhemina hotel on top of a Mountain, and then across those mtns into OK. Then we went up to Tulsa and across thru Neosha to Springfield, down thru Branson (w/o pulling off to see it) and into Heber Springs. We ended in Petit Jean Park and flew back from Little Rock.
pixipixil
Oct 9, 2013
Thank you, team, for the fall color. I can never get too much of those autumn leaves.
Today I hope the tree man comes to trim out the dead branches in the back and remove the yew bushes and oversized arborvitae in the front.
Now to decide what will replace them. I'm leaning toward mountain laurel on one side--short ones that won't need pruning. On the other--
not sure. I tend to pick what I like for itself rather than how good it will look as part of the yard. Hmmm.
Have a grand day. I hope you all have time to get out and enjoy God's grand standing...whether it be flowers in spring or leaves in fall.
sisgp
Oct 9, 2013
I can get too many of those fall leaves I have a tree just like this next to my house:\
pixipixil
Oct 9, 2013
I don't like raking either. My neighbor has a huge maple next to me and those leaves end in my yard. But I'd rather have the tree than not. I have a huge silver maple in the back and those leaves are lacier and mostly blow away but I do have to rake some.
philipcb
Oct 9, 2013
Plant what you like it's your space
sisgp
Oct 9, 2013
I love the trees, but over the course of the year it's like living under five plagues of the apocalypse. This year it was more acorns than you can imagine, all ground into my brand new driveway by my car:\. I can't rake too well because I am disabled, and it's actually been dangerous to go out when acorns are falling from 80 ft plus, I think though they are finally stopping falling, the big leaf drop is next.
sisgp
Oct 9, 2013
I'll get my spade:\
Taffi
Oct 9, 2013
I used to love raking leaves but now with fibromyalgia, I don't touch it. Each day, I deal with pain. I don't need more!

But, give me a pile of leaves to jump into and I'm there! Happy day, everyone.
jiggler
Oct 10, 2013
One thing about autumn leaves (apart from the glorious colour) is they make great compost/mulch!
pixipixil
Oct 11, 2013
It galls me to rake them up and bag them for the garbage because you are so right, Jiggler. However if I leave them they blow into the fence and become a perfect refuge for the mice, voles and moles that eat the roots of my plants so it's rake or lose the flowers.
slippers
Oct 9, 2013
Talking about the seasons changeing makes me realise just how long I have been doing puzzles on this wonderful sight, we are coming into spring/summer.Our Autumn trees and colours are nicer in the south island, we do have a nice display but for some reason the colours seem richer down south.
trynfindit
Oct 9, 2013
We live in Florida where there's not much in the way of fall leaves. But just got back from the NC mountains where the color was beautiful.
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