Friday, September 30, 2011
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Monday, September 26, 2011
My niece sent this card to my daughter.
from the back of the card: The Remarkables by Todd Sisson. Spectacular dawn colour is projected onto a forming north-west arch above the Remarkables, seen here from the queenstown gardens.
The Remarkables is a mountain range on the south Island of New Zealand.
The stamps says: Kawarau Bridge: World's First Bungy.
Saturday, September 24, 2011
Friday, September 23, 2011
While I was unpacking some boxes of books from my husband's grandfather, this postcard fell out of one of them. It is noting that a book he had borrowed for a test had been renewed for two weeks. I don't know if it was for a test he was taking or one he was giving to his students.
I hadn't come across a card like this before and thought it was interesting. Hope that you enjoy it.
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Thursday, September 22, 2011
My sister Nancy sent me this card from Moraine Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
This is the same image that used to be on the Canadian $20 bill.
On Wikipedia there is a list of 'appearances' of this image.
Saturday, September 17, 2011
My sister Shelley went on a trip to Germany with her choir ( Canadiana) when I was a little school girl living in St. Vincent in the West Indies. I have lived in many countries and places since then so I am amazed that this postcard still exists. It is a little tattered and has a pin hole through the top from when I hung it up.
Shelley said on the postcard that they went up the biggest mountain in Germany on a cable car, they visited two of King Ludwig's castles. She said "in fact the whole country is beautiful."
So glad to find this card I still remember receiving it.
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Saturday, September 3, 2011
About 10 years ago I used to live in Japan. For anyone who has spent time with Japanese people you will know they are very generous with gifts. If they go on a day trip or vacation they ALWAYS bring back gifts for their friends and co-workers. http://zine375.eserver.org/zine1.html It is a very nice tradition for lack of better word.
Well when my time teaching there was coming to an end the gifts started poring in. I sent boxes and boxes of gifts home and on the last day I worked I received so many gifts that I had to drop boxes off at the post office the next day on the way to the airport.
I moved to Alberta (3000 plus miles across Canada to the west) not that Long after I came back from Japan. The boxes have been sitting at my parents house ever since. My dad started mailing my boxes of treats/gifts. There are the most interesting gifts in there, many traditional Japanese and then just silly things that the Japanese are famous for, things I can't even imagine how to use, the instructions don't help lol.
I found this postcard in the box from my co-worker Kimie. she knew I loved Pooh bear so she bought me a luscious Pooh blanket and this card to go with it.
As the card says Pooh and Kimie will always be with me, but unfortunately I don't know anymore where Kimie is :(
The post card below on the blog with the monkeys was sent from Nikko Japan a beautiful area north of Tokyo with so much history and temples and a fantastic park.