Wednesday, 2 August 2017

SPH - FInds; Part 2

These are some of my finds for the PSH along with the links for the willing participants:

#25 - A Hat


#15 - Something Made From Wood from old maple tree stump



#11 - toy found out during June-September (trampolin)


























#20 - Something Found Underground (2 Ground Hogs)























#9 Balloon or Kite



















#3 A Web























#12 - A Wedding - this is the bride & groom





Willing Participants List:
 
Maggie Farmer's Wife
Karen's 365 Photos
Ruth's SAHM
Jane's Blog
Jenn's On A Tangent
Susan's Paper Passion
Karen's Random Reflections 
Deb's World 
Amandas-scrapbook-pages 
Eileen's Playroom 
Scene through My Eyes 
Leslie Robert's Library 
Joy's StationHarry



11 comments:

  1. I had to look close for those groundhogs! What a capture - that's so clever! Not so easy to find over here, I may have to resort to a carrot :-)

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    1. It's been a bumper year for groundhogs, much to the farmer's dismay! Finding two burrows so close was just a matter of chance on my part, they are SO cute. I like carrots!

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  2. Your capture for underground is great. Mine require some imagination. Maybe I'd better rethink them!

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    1. Thanks Karen, as you know Groundhogs are a nervous lot, so I had to creep close ever so slowly. I cannot wait to see your underground - it's all about having fun. At first I thought for underground maybe the subway in Toronto ...

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  3. I too like the groundhogs. I certainly couldn't capture that one. Oh heck I have my days mixed up. I thought the link up was tomorrow? Whoops! I will have to do mine tomorrow and then Take Three Thursday on Friday....

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    1. Glad you joined in regardless of the days. Looking forward to seeing your threesome on Friday & oh don't we then have 5,5,5 on Saturday ...!!

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  4. A Scottish highlander is not I would expect to see carved from a maple stump! Interesting finds.

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    1. Hello Fiona. The Scotsman resides in a town north of us, Fergus & it's got very deep Scottish roots. Their highland games in mid-August are the largest in this part of the country - the tattoo tickets sell out months in advance & it is my favourite part of the festival.

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  5. Me too, I like the groundhogs and Mr Fergus McFergus.

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    1. Thanks. I think the tree Scots man does have an official name, but I lost that info on him. Um I need to find again, but I rather like Fergus McFergus.

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  6. The carved man is wonderful! Some great finds.

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