#13 with postcards from:
#1 @cawindt - Love, love, love La Grande Fountaine which you found in a square in Saint Paul De Vence on the French Riviera. Lucky you to have seen it in person! Thank you!
#7 @treeclimber - What a beautiful kimono fabric pattern! Thank you very much! Ladybug golf balls? I’m definitely painting some of these. I’m pretty sure there are some golf balls laying around here somewhere!
#9 @mere5oh - a postage stamp card of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC. I’ve actually seen this in person. Our youngest daughter lived in DC and VA for 8 years and we did a lot of sightseeing when we visited her. We loved going to Washington - so much to see and do. Thank you!
#10 @emotis - Thank you for the LP-type Acadia National Park postcard you sent! It even has a lighthouse! After doing a search, I believe it may be the Isle au Haut Lighthouse (Robinson Point).It’s a great addition to my collection! Hope you get to visit Acadia in the Fall.
#11 @TandemStoker - a Greetings from ARIZONA large letter card! Thank you so much! Another great addition to another one of my slowly growing collections. Spending time with family again is wonderful. It has been a very hard year+.
#16 @hootnoodle - a rock in Zion National Park, Utah which is rather reminiscent of Uluru in Australia. Our National Parks are certainly beautiful. Interestingly, the stamps were cancelled with the stroke of a pen. I think I still have a few of the “postal people” stamps myself, although not this particular one. Thank you!
#20 @Triol - Ooh! I’m excited by this Lou Paper card featuring a postal theme from my favorites! Thank you! We actually do have plans for the summer. All 14 of us are staying in one house in Cape May this July. We figure we’ll either have a great time, or kill each other by the end of the week!
#21 @Beachyblonde - Thank you so much for the card from the lst international Zoom meetup of Norwegian postcrosssers & friends! It looks like a good number of people participated. Bet it was fun!
#22 @TwoDoggies - a Charlie Harper ladybug! Thank you! His artwork is so happy! Good luck with the book study. I hope you enjoy it!
#23 @Nique - Thank you so much for the view of Shakespeare’s home in Stratford-upon-Avon. I’ve read a number of his plays and really enjoy Much Ado About Nothing. Our son’s twins, Keira & Ryan, are turning 9 in June. Much to Ryan’s chagrin, Keira arrived a minute or so before him! Twins are awesome!
#24 @roxy - Another postage stamp card this month, this one of Thurgood Marshall. Love the stickers and washi! Nice postage, too! Thank you! So many businesses have closed due to Covid. I guess we just have to look elsewhere.
#25 @jocrafts - What a great card! Shan Kelly Cecilio’s Limbo Like Me II. I can see why you love this artist! Great addition to my watercolor collection. Great assortment of stamps, too! Thank you!
#29 @melvnoble - a wonderful night view of fountains at the San Francisco Fair, Treasure Island 1939-1940. Thank you! Anytime I see someone working with clay, I think of the scene from Ghost!
#30 @RockyRoadTrip - a lovely field of gold poppies against a backdrop of cacti and jagged rock formations in Organ Pipe National Monument, Arizona. So many national parks that I’ve never heard of. Thanks for introducing me to this one. I suppose if you can eat marigolds and pansies, you can eat poppies, too! Thank you!