Daily Jigsaw Puzzle - February 18th, 2020

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elijah13
Feb 18, 2020
Never been to Ireland. Nice puzzle to do.

"We cannot tell the precise moment when friendship is formed. As in filling a vessel drop by drop, there is at last a drop which makes it run over; so in a series of kindnesses there is at last one which makes the heart run over." Ray Bradbury
nborchardt
Feb 18, 2020
Love the quote, elijah13. Thanks for sharing and have a splendid day!
pixipixil
Feb 18, 2020
Interesting quote from a scifi author. Was that from Noon Wine? It was the one non-scifi book he wrote. It had an interesting anecdote about a grandma who was a fabulous cook but her kitchen and pantry were in total shambles all the time. Her grandkids thought it would be a nice present to give her to arrange her kitchen neatly. After that her cooking never tasted as good.
elijah13
Feb 18, 2020
I just get all my sayings from "wherever". If it's a good one, I either save it or write it down to be used later.
dislater1940
Feb 18, 2020
Nice puzzle
jas6415
Feb 18, 2020
Like the gate wonder what the castle looks like
tshepherd24
Feb 18, 2020
Fabulous looking entrance to an Irish castle.
pixipixil
Feb 18, 2020
Will skip today's puzzle as I see one of my favs in the randoms.
Hope your day is filled with lucky serendipities.
nborchardt
Feb 18, 2020
Imposing entrance. Have a wonderful day with family and friends and don't forget to share love and kindness with all.
Quickone2
Feb 18, 2020
Great eye opener jigsaw puzzle this morning. Thanks for sharing.
vmarie
Feb 18, 2020
From 1204 until 1922 it was the seat of English, and later British rule in Ireland. During that time, it served principally as a residence for the British monarch's Irish representative, the Viceroy of Ireland, and as a ceremonial and administrative centre. The Castle was originally developed as a medieval fortress under the orders of King John of England. It had four corner towers linked by high curtain walls and was built around a large central enclosure. Constructed on elevated ground once occupied by an earlier Viking settlement, the old Castle stood approximately on the site of the present Upper Castle Yard. It remained largely intact until April 1684, when a major fire caused severe damage to much of the building. Despite the extent of the fire, parts of the medieval and Viking structures survived and can still be explored by visitors today.
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