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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of an evening in Amsterdam. Narrow houses line the elaborate canal system.

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Starrphyre
Aug 24, 2015
Very beautiful at night! Just gorgeous! I wonder what their water-line looks like in daylight? I once lived for a very short time in a house at the beach. Everything mildewed and molded. Makes me wonder what it is like living right on the water?
Starrphyre
Aug 24, 2015
"Moulded"? Whatever. No wonder English is such a difficult language to learn.
trynfindit
Aug 24, 2015
Found this on the internet:

Mold vs. mould

American English has no mould, and British English has no mold. In other words, the word referring to (1) the various funguses that grow on organic matter or (2) a frame for shaping something is spelled the same in both uses, and the spelling depends on the variety of English.

Of course, the spelling difference extends to derivatives such as moldy/mouldy and molding/molding and to the verb sense to shape with a mold.

Australian and Canadian English favor the British spelling, though mold is fairly common in Canadian publications.
theclingens
Aug 24, 2015
I wonder about electrical problems, would hate to be an electrician and have to work on the wiring! I live on a lake and when the lake gets high it is a struggle to keep everything dry. Lived here almost 50 years now.
Starrphyre
Aug 24, 2015
Trynfindit, Thanks!
Yeah, I looked it up too. So what should I have said? Duh!
trynfindit
Aug 26, 2015
Either, I would think.
SANTACLAUS
Aug 25, 2017
The only time one refers to mould is when one gets a lot of damp in cellars and the wall is very wet and it gets fungi on the walls, this then in England is called Fungi, not very nice to have in ones house, I think this sort of mold is very rare-ly seen now a days, mainly because people have central heating. England and other countries have been more educated on these things. hope this helps you so you can under stand why people used to get this type of mould.
SANTACLAUS
Aug 25, 2017
Any thing, to do with amsterdam, I always think of MAX BYGRAVES, singing tulips from Amsterdam glad to hear all your puzzlers sing or humming this song.Have a great week-end all. love Santa.God bless.
elijah13
Dec 23, 2016
Loved Amsterdam when I visited it. HollandAmerica Line started there and we got to go into that building.
Eveningstar
Aug 25, 2015
My Sister and Brother-In-Law visited Amsterdam a month ago. They loved it:) She want to stay:)
PATRICIA37
Aug 24, 2015
Lovely!!!!!
jas6415
Aug 24, 2015
Beautiful city scene Bet they have some serious mold an mildew problems
JamieT
Aug 24, 2015
I wonder which canal this is - it looks like there are doors that, if one was to walk out of, you would end up in the canal - unless the canal was frozen. Perhaps these are the backs of these houses.

When I was in Amsterdam, the hotel I stayed at was, at one time, the home of a Prime Minister in the early 18th Century. There was some space between the front of the buildings and the canal - not enough to avoid the odor of the canal. Supposedly, the empty the canals each night and refill them to keep the water from being too stagnant, but I wonder what that's like for people living on houseboats.
cindyj28
Aug 24, 2015
Interesting water line. it looks like the water comes right up to the building...Can't picture myself in a situation like this.
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