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Now that you mention it, Robbie, my brother's line - I don't remember it being anything but a very perfect know too!! Is it common for fishermen?? Well, I've seen fly-fishers with hundreds of meter loose line - at least it seemed so - that avoided tangles so totally!! Do you know fly-fishing? It's an art really!! Thanks so very much Robbie!!
That is quite the mess Hanne, looks like my hand line when dad was teaching me how to fish. I spent many hours un-tangling the lines before I figured out how to pull and coil them without tangles! Thanks to you and Bent, fun puzzle.
What puppies can do if they are working hard is very impressing indeed!! Do understand the nickname!! Thanks so very much Hester!!
I'm not quite sure wheather you'll be welcome or not!! Both of them seem to manage rather well!! Thanks so very much whatnauts!!Oh my, poor horse when it had to be untangled!! Thanks so very much Varda!!
Hanne I am laughing my socks off at this wonderful image! This happened in reverse when Freddy was a puppy and got hold of an old scarf of mine. Hence his other nickname...Fred the Shred! :-DD Hester
It looks a little like my horse's mane after the witches have been riding her. . . .
I'm just itching to get in there and untangle the mess! LOL Thanks Hanne and Bent.
As I use to say, Ank, don't stress yourself, take it easy and enjoy as much as possible!! Thanks so very much!!Thanks so very much Mimi!!
Cute and funny and fun! Thanks!
Funny, I like it. I even bookmarked the big one, for when I ever have time. I bookmarked the last days more of yours, with this crazy days you run permanently out of time.
Oh, I've "know" Wallace and Gromit, but I don't know the sheep!! Thanks for telling!!
(It's a tv character in clay animation, by the people who did 'Wallace and Gromit' - They are English, so you may not have heard of them).........
It does look cosy doesn't it?!! The owl is a bit worried but hopes for the very best!! Thanks so very much Jo!!Yes, you must be patient and have good fingers!! Thanks so very much Jan!!
What a complex job - - only for the most patient! Very cute. Thanks, Hanne!
Patience solves knots,...one strand at a time!!! What better way to solve a knot than to sit with a friend, grab a strand of yarn, and knit something beautiful, while you untangle the knot at the same time!! Thankyou Hanne and Bent for this cute puzzle, and the smile it brings!! :) :)
If Shaun is a sheep he might have a mother, and it might be this lady - so yes, we decide so, don't we?? Anybody you know?? Thanks so very much Lela!!
Can it be?.....Shaun the sheep's mother!........