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Old 11-03-2011, 01:19 AM   #291
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Not mine, but cute anyway
Do they have little sweaters on? So cute.
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Old 11-03-2011, 06:53 AM   #292
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The little girl is wearing a sweater.
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Old 11-08-2011, 05:19 PM   #293
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The thread about your favorite hobbies caused me to look up some old photos, but I thought I would put them in a more appropriate thread. Here are some pictures at random.


My Christmas tree topper


My Mom's cat, Jack


a blueberry pie I made once


Our fireplace and my BF's feet


Veggie pizza I made on a Friday night.
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Old 11-09-2011, 04:01 PM   #294
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What a fun looking thread. Lots of great pictures. Vanilla Bean, it appears you have reposted some pics from page one. Pics are so nice, you've posted them twice. ;)
Anyway, a few of mine.
We'll start with a food related one of wild chives growing in Glacier National Park along a trail.


These trees had a starring role in Jurassic Park. At Allerton gardens on Kauai.


Closer to home. Mountain Mahogany seeds in the Laguna Mountains of San Diego, Ca.
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Old 11-09-2011, 04:30 PM   #295
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What a fun looking thread. Lots of great pictures. Vanilla Bean, it appears you have reposted some pics from page one. Pics are so nice, you've posted them twice. ;)
Anyway, a few of mine.
We'll start with a food related one of wild chives growing in Glacier National Park along a trail.


These trees had a starring role in Jurassic Park. At Allerton gardens on Kauai.


Closer to home. Mountain Mahogany seeds in the Laguna Mountains of San Diego, Ca.
Great pictures, Hammster! I posted the tree angel and fireplace twice, but do you know how old this thread is? It's over two years old, going on three. I forgot what I posted. I'm absent-minded, just like when I called the cruise ship a ferry. Boy, did I feel stupid.
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Old 11-09-2011, 04:58 PM   #296
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you live in washington state?

my god, that's some telephoto lens you've got!!!!
Sorry I'm a bit late in replying. I was in NY visiting family, and I really do live in WA state. Would you believe that picture was taken through a window? The camera I had a Fuji FinePix. My new camera is the same.
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Old 11-09-2011, 05:21 PM   #297
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Here are some old/new photos.

This is Seattle (bad picture, but normal for the winter months). In the background, you can see a vague Mt. Rainier. That is Qwest Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks, just below the mountain.


This is a wolf spider that was on my wall one day.


This was a hot chocolate/coffee drink I made one night.
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Old 11-09-2011, 06:19 PM   #298
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...but do you know how old this thread is? It's over two years old, going on three. I forgot what I posted...
Yeah, I realized how old the thread is and I figured you had forgotten. It happens. No reason to feel stupid. Heck, I make those kinds of mental errors all the time. I call it CRS.
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Great pictures, Hammster! I posted the tree angel and fireplace twice, but do you know how old this thread is? It's over two years old, going on three. I forgot what I posted. I'm absent-minded, just like when I called the cruise ship a ferry. Boy, did I feel stupid.
The tree angel and fireplace put me in a holiday mood. I know we aren't past Thanksgiving yet, but it is fun to think of Christmas. Thanks VB.
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Hey Vanilla Bean. I would love some of that hot cocoa. It looks great, and it is a bit cold here this evening. Only 5:00 and already down to 30 degrees. It is going to be a cold one.
Turning on the tea kettle for a hot drink...
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