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Jigsaw puzzle to play online of a stack of suitcases. The suitcases and travel bags are packed tightly.

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micki
Feb 4, 2018
Phew...one of the more difficult ones I've done in the 300 Classic cut. These suitcases look like they've seen more than a few airport carousels. Darn, my traveling days are over it seems. My legs and feet don't like walking anymore, even though my heart want to!
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2018
I'm reaching that edge and my heart sinks. As it is I have to forego hiking to the really best places. Gotta keep to 2 mile RT's at most. It's my feet. They go out of joint.
Tried to hike the Queen's Trail at Bryce 2 summers ago and had to turn around. My legs had started to shake. But I was also having a bad stomach day.
micki
Feb 6, 2018
You know pixipixil...it's so darn sad to age in one's body, and yet the mind is still so alive and willing. I was so excited to finally retire so that I could travel, and then found my knee needs replacing, and a botched foot surgery left me with a lot of pain and other problems. It's just so not fair. You are a hiker, so I feel for your loss also.
pixipixil
Feb 7, 2018
Not so a big time hard core one but I might have become one if we had lived in Utah. There is so much phenomenal landscape there. Climbing mountains (which we tried once with a gimp-legged dog) was not for me. There was nothing to see for 3 hours of pain and drudgery except my feet. No views. No streams. On top the view was okay but I find most mountain views boring. You are too high to see much except treetops. Canyons are a whole other story. Every step bring some new oddity into view. It's never boring
and you can choose to avoid the harder trails--except those seem to have the best things to see and that's my lament.
jas6415
Feb 7, 2018
WOW...This was a tough one for me...Enjoyed it all the same...
JAMP124
Feb 5, 2018
This might be the "Lost and Found" area of an early-era airport!
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2018
My thoughts exactly! Great minds.....
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2018
Makes me think of Casablanca for some reason.
pixipixil
Feb 6, 2018
Who would have guessed carryalls could be so diverse and intereting. Great puzzle, C4J.
Wishing a day of finding hidden treasures.
aussiesapphire
Feb 4, 2018
When my sister moved four years ago, she bought lots of suitcases from thrift shops and packed most of her stuff in them. She has quite a collection of them now.

"Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend. Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow." —Melody Beattie
"Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma - which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition." —Steve Jobs

Take care and God bless. Hugs.
Taffi
Feb 4, 2018
All my suitcases, then hubby's suitcases are down in the basement. We have quite a collection. They sit on shelves.I have quite a collection of bags used for overnight/couple of days trips. So, hubby always comes to me for a bag :)

Love and hugs to all.
elijah13
Feb 4, 2018
Lots of vintage suitcases! Brings back lots of memories!
lilbc77
Feb 4, 2018
This is just the kind of puzzle I love, busy and interesting.
cannj
Feb 4, 2018
Now this was a fun puzzle to do! Thanks C4J!
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