HAPPY NEW WEEK!
I hope everyone has a wonderful week.
OG: I left a couple of posts for you on the old thread.
Diane: Thank you.
I too have been puttering around the web for OG's jigsaw osprey but nothing close to what she has. :-(
My daughter bought a great all-purpose comfy dress at a Native American Powwow some years back and has been wanting to replace it but we've no idea who created or sold it.
My good idea to extend the brick patio wasn't such a good idea when I woke up around 2 a.m. and realized that covering the area around the Western Redbud would cut off the water supply to the roots and possibly damage the tree. We're not willing to risk that, so back to Square 2.
Hope everyone dealing with docs of all kinds have good outcomes.and that everyone else has a good week.
Like others,I have been searching Web for OG, if no luck on Osprey chat,
If I recall OG said was made by Farmer,Maybe trying to contact the Local 'Farmer Market' organisers for the area.
HERE is one suggestion for Dumfries/Galloway. am sure there would be other areas.
May be also the local Wood Turners, could help
Truly hope there will be a success in repairing such a treasured item.
Enjoyed our walk -- met joggers, walkers, dawdlers, runners, cyclists and horse riders! Bonnie had a wonderful time snuffling around and here she is running past me....
so fast she made a galloping noise!
Evening all: Very quiet on here today.
OG: My daughter's dress wasn't specific to any Native American group; just a loose comfy dress with a couple of all-purpose native symbols. I missed the local Powwow where she bought it because I was in Arizona at the time - next year maybe. Too bad about the muddled service. I bet the ladies were glad when it was over.
Lindybird: I liked the photo of the path with the puddles and the trees and Bonnie zooming by - I could almost smell the earth, leaves, etc. It was too warm here today.
Went to Target's Grand Opening (drum roll) and walked every aisle of the store; bought a few essentials (always cheaper there), then went across the parking lot to the Farmers' Market and the nearby local supermarket for some basic food items and then home. Don't ask me where the month has gone!
Hi to dibnlib and SunnyKate!
Have a good Monday everyone.
Annette, indeed, it was a lovely, very English day. The leaves were just turning and indeed there were many muddy puddles. Here is my OH rewarding Bonnie for returning when called (she only does as she's told if it suits her...).
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