Postcard Day

It was a day for going through boxes and boxes of postcards at the meeting of the Postcard Collectors Club.  I found some nice cards to add to my collection.

For example – isn’t he a cutie?

 

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Postcard Sunday Is Near

The first Sunday of each month a meeting of the Pacific Northwest Postcard Collectors Club is held.  In anticipation of the March meeting I am going to post some of my cards.  I’m never quite sure what I am going to look for, nor what I am going to find, at each meeting.That’s part of the fun.Last month I got sort of carried away by Sheep.  The seller has promised to bring more “sheep” cards this month.  I am also going to be on the lookout for dogs and cats.  And cards from places where I have lived and traveled.

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Skiing in Norway

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Not to forget my interests in knitting and weaving

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A good solid dog

2019_01_26_10_30_10.pdf000Where I worked one summer long ago – Brush & Needle Studio in Ogunquit Maine – (now Barnacle Billie’s, popular with the Bush family)

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another dog

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Favorite Pets

2019_01_17_10_13_04.pdf000I’m not really picking a favorite – that would be too hard.  But the dog pictured, Grover, whom we had in Fiji certainly was memorable for many good reasons.  A fiji hound!  He was full of fun – we loved him and he loved us.

Beautiful Mollie

img_5047This beautiful Rhodesian Ridgeback sat next to me at the Barking Dog Ale House here in Ballard.  But, sadly, I overheard the waiter tell Mollie’s owners that from now on dogs will not be allowed to accompany their owners in the restaurant/pub.  That is bad news,  For me that’s half the reason for going there.  Each time I have lunch there I usually see at least one or more interesting well behaved dogs.