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Free online jigsaw puzzle of an oil painting of a quaint village. People are strolling along the street and a dog is busy playing.

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elijah13
Aug 9, 2017
Love those little towns like this. Very fasinating.
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2017
Me too. I did a big painting of a small rural town near us and it's hanging above the fireplace for summer. I change the paintings with the seasons.
elijah13
Aug 9, 2017
I don't paint. Can hardly draw a straight line.
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2017
If drawing straight lines were a qualifier for painting I wouldn't be able to either. You should see what a wreck my handwriting is!
aknan
Aug 11, 2017
Mine was only passable when I was in school and has worsened since I broke my collarbone a few years ago. Thank goodness for typing!
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2017
That had to hurt. How did that happen?
aknan
Aug 14, 2017
I got into an argument with Pele on Maui! Seriously, a bicycle crash (not my fault) sent me over the handlebars and into an embankment while coming down Haleakala volcano. Minor concussion, broken collarbone, extreme bruising of most of my internal organs and a hunk of very dirty flesh that was surgically removed on the front of my right thigh. In a wheelchair the rest of our vacation - and it was our 25th anniversary and the bike ride was my suggestion. Go figure.
pixipixil
Aug 14, 2017
Owwwww. It's hurting me just to picture it and how awful for it to be a major vacation/celebration on top of it. So sorry, aknan. You must have been an athlete to have wanted to try that. What was your sport?
aknan
Aug 14, 2017
No, pixi, not an athlete. This was a bike ride down the volcano on a very winding road. We were taken up by van, assigned bikes (mine was too tall for me and the seat was in the lowest position - I'm 5'7"! ) and slowly made our way down the mountain, no pedaling required. Got some good speed u, though. The lady in front of me stopped with no warning. I couldn't go left - blind curve - and when I tried to go right, my wheels edged into the gravel. Luckily, I was wearing a helmet and missed a concrete conduit by about an inch. 9 1/2 hours in the emergency/trauma center! We canceled the trip to Hana by luxury van, the snorkeling trip to Molokini, a submarine sightseeing tour, everything. The biggest activity of the day was getting me up, cleaned, rebandaged and dressed to go out to eat. My Dearly Beloved, bless his heart, arranged for a hair appointment on our anniversary and got me a lei and a haku (head lei - baby rosebuds, plumeria and baby's breath - so lovely); I couldn't even do my own hair!

Good news, though - we went back for our 30th and did all the things we couldn't do before!
pixipixil
Aug 15, 2017
You married a winner, aknan.
We almost got killed on the highway by a driver who did that. Luckily the road was almost empty and when my husband swerved without looking (there was no time) nobody hit us from the other lane. It was 4 land and we were second from the right. Suddenly a car in the far left cut all the way across the road toward the exit but insteaed of exiting stopped dead in front of us for no reason.
God must have wanted you to go back to Hawaii. I bet it was twice as sweet the second time.
aknan
Aug 15, 2017
I think God wants us both alive! We've been back to Maui 3 times now and each visit was wonderful - with the one exception, of course! Lovely, relaxing island. Oahu is just a big city, Hawaii really doesn't have many good snorkeling beaches, haven't been to Kauai, but hear that it's a beautiful, low-key place, too.
pixipixil
Aug 15, 2017
Never been. Would like to see the flowers and waterfalls. Not much on adventure but maybe snorkeling. Would want an underwater camera for that tho.
aknan
Aug 15, 2017
Pixi, you can still buy disposable underwater cameras at Walmart and such places. We used them for years until I surprised my DB with a real one on his birthday. It's such a clear picture and so small that we use it more than our digital camera.
pixipixil
Aug 16, 2017
Yes, I know what you mean. I bought a small camera as a replacement when my cell phone camera (not the phone itself, just the camera after only 6 pix) went kaput. It's so convenient andmuch less to worry about that I sometimes only use it and leave the "good one" home.
elaineNH
Aug 15, 2017
GREAT PUZZLE.....one of your best...lots of things going on....and PEOPLE....
SANTACLAUS
Aug 13, 2017
Love to see the quaint country places and every one sat outside with every thing going on husling and busling around it give these villages some carritor, there is many a place in Yorkshire whiuch still have this kind of atmosphere as this one, It is like going back in time...Thank you team for this one, it is nice to remonise.(not my best in spelling today). Still one cannot win them all. have a great day every one, hope your weather is as good as ours plenty of Sunshine at the moment.
trynfindit
Aug 10, 2017
This picture reminds me of one of those 'hidden picture' puzzles.
jdoty
Aug 9, 2017
The signs are interesting: 'Szabo' is a Hungarian name, but 'Weitz', 'Hertz', and 'Braun' are German. And the clothes seem to indicate the late 19th century. I wonder if this picture harks back to the Austro-Hungarian Empire?
ParsonWayne
Aug 9, 2017
I missed the hawks completely. lol
aussiesapphire
Aug 9, 2017
Lol PW
nlbuchanan
Aug 9, 2017
God bless you all. Must get busy now.
jas6415
Aug 9, 2017
Looks like a nice quaint place to visit...I would not want to live there though...Much too crowded for me
JAMP124
Aug 9, 2017
Fun to do, but I wouldn't relish doing it as a Mystery Puzzle!
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