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micki
Apr 20, 2021
Not a mug lover, but enjoyed this colorful puzzle. I like the way solid colors were shown together and the multi-colored ones were below. Nice setup.
micki
Nov 26, 2020
No mugs for me. Love my china.
tshepherd24
Sep 15, 2020
Very colorful collection of mugs hanging on a wall.
Honeybeez
Sep 7, 2020
Fun puzzle!
pixipixil
Aug 19, 2020
I like the red and green creneated one on the lower right. I think it will feel good to have those ridges to stroke when I'm sipping tea.
We are already enjoying fall weather. The humidity has dropped significantly and the temperatures are down about ten degrees. Perfect!
May you always have something good to put in your cup and a pretty cup in which to put it.
pixipixil
Aug 19, 2020
Crenelated
JoyceRogers
Aug 20, 2020
Enjoy your cooler temps! We hit 100 degrees yesterday in Denver!! Not normal! Thank you, God, for my AC, my ceiling fan, my room fan and my little face fan!! Chronic pain does not like to be hot!
pixipixil
Aug 20, 2020
Hope your pain lessens, Joyce.
We visited Denver about a decade ago. It was part of a 2 week trip around CO. We visited the Denver Art Museum and Botanical Garden--both wonderful. It was pretty hot the day we went to the garden but not 100! After that we headed south to Manitou Springs to see the Red Rock Park. We also visited Black Canyon of the Gunnison which was truly awe inspiring and scary. Then we went to Crested Butte, thru Salida and Leadville and ended in Dillon. What a gorgeous reservoir there but how sad for the town submerged beneath it.
JoyceRogers
Aug 21, 2020
Sounds like a beautiful trip, Pixi! You've seen things I haven't, and I've lived here since 1960! It's sad how you can get so busy living your life that you never see all the beautiful things around you. My dad drove us past everything, but we never got out and explored like we should have. Fortunately, I grew up in Colorado Springs and there's a lot to see there! It was a lot of fun! I'm not sure I've ever heard of a town submerged under Lake Dillon, but I wouldn't doubt it. That's a a BIG reservoir! My son's in-laws live up there. One of my other grandsons goes to college in Leadville. He loves it! Snow and all!
pixipixil
Aug 24, 2020
My one gripe about CO is how unpredictable the weather is. When we went to the Black Canyon it was hot out and we were in shorts. Within a half hour is was hailing and cold. Don't miss out on the Black Canyon. There's a lovely reservoir/lake on the way there from Colorado Springs via Monarch. The canyon is so completely different from any other. It is so very deep and steep. We didn't get a chance to see the park or to go to the foot of the cliffs. If we had gone on vacation this year we might have gotten there. I had it planned into our itinerary. I hope you do go to see it once this awful virus is out of the way.
pixipixil
Aug 24, 2020
After getting back here to upstate NY it took six months before anything at all looked appealing. Colorado was a whole other world of beautiful.
aknan
Aug 24, 2020
Lived in Colorado for several years and in Wyoming. But when we got to Alaska, I understood what beauty is. Wish you could see this place. Colorado has the Rockies: we have the Rockies on Steroids!
JoyceRogers
Aug 24, 2020
So true, aknan!! I've always wanted to see Alaska! We went on a cruise once to Alaska, but all we saw was the edges...Not enough time on land for me. The edges were FANTASTIC, but not enough for what all I wanted to see. One thing I really want to see is the Bay where Baluga whales come to rub themselves on the rocks! Have you ever seen that?
pixipixil
Aug 24, 2020
I've never gone to Alaska. My parents and brother & wife have done the cruise. My brother, like you, Joyce, wants more of the on land experience and plans going back.
I had in mind to try Iceland but after seeing a friend's photos have changed my mind.
The bugs in the summer and cold in the winter make me hesitate to see Alaska especially since I would want the on land experience. I'm not comfortable with cruises.
aknan
Aug 24, 2020
We have them in the Turnagain Arm and Cook Inlet, right here. Anchorage is on the Cook Inlet and bordered by the Turnagain Arm and the Knik Arm. Love seeing them - did you know they're the only whales that can bend it's head? They actually have a neck!
JoyceRogers
Aug 25, 2020
I really like the sounds Balugas make! I'd like to hear it up close and personal! They are so cute with those white bubble heads! I didn't realize that Anchorage was so close to the inlets and arms! If I could still walk, I'd plan another vacation up there! (Wheelchairs are so inconvenient when you travel)
aknan
Aug 26, 2020
So true! We don't travel anymore; even a car trip is hard for my Dearly Beloved. Air travel is almost more of a hassle than it's worth - arranging wheelchairs at each end of the trip, being sure he has a place to rest if we're sightseeing (he uses a cane for that) and planning a full day after plane travel for him to recover from the stress of the trip. It's easier to stay home...sigh.
JoyceRogers
Aug 27, 2020
Thank you aknan, for understanding just what my life is like! I'm sorry you're going through the same struggles I am, but it really helps to share with others dealing with the same affliction! I only travel virtually now, mainly through old high school friends who are retired and traveling the world. They all post pictures on Facebook, and I travel along in their cameras! (All from my bedroom! )
pixipixil
Aug 27, 2020
I can't imagine going through all that to travel, aknan. In fact my husband and I can manage fine but the way travel has become so stressful and prolonged with so many ynnecessary stopovers I am beginning to wonder if it's worth it even for us.
aknan
Aug 27, 2020
I have many fond memories to recall, pixi, and I'm not a basket case at the end of them. Hugs.
pixipixil
Aug 28, 2020
Gee aknan, I never thought I was insinuating you are a basket case at all. I was just trying to be supportive and sympathetic of your expressed wistful regret at no longer being able to travel.
I am so sorry you got that impression.
Hugs to you also.
aknan
Aug 28, 2020
No, no, pixi! I called myself a basket case because after spending virtually all of my time while traveling to be sure my Dearly Beloved was comfortable/ok, I got so tired that I basically couldn't think straight. When you combine early dementia with physical disability, especially when that person was an Olympic-class athlete who doesn't realize all of his limitations, it's exhausting both mentally & physically. I so appreciate your supportiveness - hugs!
pixipixil
Aug 30, 2020
How awful. What was hubby's sport? How did he end up disabled? I was a figure skater...roller not ice. But I learned to transfer much of what I could do from the wood to the ice. I had stopped skating even casually after I hit 40 but once in a blue moon went to the ice rink. In my early 50's I went one day and was in shock when I couldn't get up after a sit spin. It was too depressing and I never went skating after that.
aknan
Aug 31, 2020
My Dearly Beloved was a gymnast - pommel horse, rings, parallel bars, trampoline, you name it, he did it and did it beautifully. He was #1 in the western US. The trampoline caused the broken neck, which still plagues him. A quadriplegic at one time, he taught himself to walk again - no PT at that time - and went on to race motorcycles, downhill ski, sail and ride, train & sell jumpers (horses). This all happened well before we met. I only wish I could have seen him compete.
pixipixil
Sep 1, 2020
What can I say but WOW!!!!
How did you meet and are you athletic at all?
aknan
Sep 1, 2020
Believe it or not, we met in Denver when he came down to see the on-line bank computer system we offered. The salesman working with him grabbed me at noon, said his girlfriend just called & she was ovulating; he had to go and could I take his client to lunch? We climbed in my TR-7 sports car, went to a nearby restaurant and were seated in a one-bench booth (the only seats available). It was quite uncomfortable, as I was very close to this man - a lefty, so he had to have the open side of the bench - and I wasn't even familiar enough with downtown Denver that I could tell him what buildings we were looking at!
It turned into a good friendship and after some time, a lovely marriage. I was very lucky that woman was ovulating!

I'm not particularly athletic, but I skied, hiked, swam, bungee-jumped, rode zip lines, fished and know my way around firearms, so we could do a lot together and have fun. A lot of that activity is in the past because of age and a new hip in 2012. No impact sports anymore.
pixipixil
Sep 2, 2020
Sounds like the perfect relationship. Sorry you are also sidelined but I guess if you can't do sports together it's better if neither can.
After quitting skating I never got involved in other sports. Skating took all my time and energy when young and then I went into the arts.
We went downhill skiing a few times and it was fun but too expensive once we moved to the Catskills and my husband took a huge pay cut.
Here we lived in the middle of the snow belt but couldn't ski. I didn't really miss it. We did a lot of fishing at first and some hiking and overnight camping. Then we took in foster kids and then adopted and that ended any adventure. We moved out of the Catskills a few years later. I still miss the mountains and the river in the back yard.
My "big" adventures now are doing plein air painting and our twice a year trips--neither thing possible this year due to virus. :-(
micki
Aug 24, 2020
What an enjoyable puzzle. Just my cup of tea..um, I mean coffee.
nhoward
Aug 19, 2020
I would love to have a spot where I could hang coffee mugs since that has always appealed to me. I don't think my hubby would like it, but I can work on it! Going to the dentist today. I was chewing a piece of soft gum on Saturday night and I felt a hard piece of something in my mouth took it out and it was a good size piece of one of my molars!! Jeez...I am doing what the dentist told me to do and now my teeth are breaking off?????? What in the world! Not happy but I will "do what a woman's gotta do". Blessings to all and have an outstandingly lovely day!
aknan
Aug 20, 2020
Isn't it amazing how our teeth break from soft foods? My dentist says the crack probably happened long ago and that little bit of force was all that was needed to make it break. I've had it happen when eating mashed potatoes, of all things!
nhoward
Aug 20, 2020
Good grief! Getting older isn't for wimps! And now I have to decide what to do, because what she wants me to do is way too expensive for our budget. We are going to run some other alternatives past her to see if any of those will work.
arlenez
Aug 20, 2020
Like this puzzle but started with the grey which was a mistake. After I moved the grey pieces out of the way then the rest of the puzzle was faster to solve. Prefer multi-colored puzzles preferring at least four colors to interest me.
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