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Thank you...I will be glad to do that!
If they lived here before I'm sure they will settle in quickly. Please tell them one of your jigidi friends said "Welcome Home" !!
Your climate must be temperate. I have dear friends who recently moved back to Vancouver after being missionaries in Mozambique for nearly 30 years. Maybe these palms will make them feel more at home.
Yes, and as the years go by more and more are appearing.
Wow, a palm tree in Vancouver? Who would have thought?
Oh! Thank you Ank for explaining that expression. You are a good teacher!! The fog lifted yesterday so I guess someone stopped the thief! And now Vancouver is back where it was before.
Just translated from Dutch. Someone steals something, and run away, everyone follows and call "keep the thief". You see that in old films. And ever since, when there is something gone (like a whole city) (or just something you can't find) we call keep the thief
Thank you Suzy ! Yes, it is magic. It can make stuff disappear. Hope you feel better soon !
The magic of fog. Nice puzzle, cevas.
Thank you Nellies. I'm glad you like this rather odd palm tree picture.
Nice misty pic cevas - love the way the palm tree is etched into the foreground.
Thank you Ank. I'm glad you like this foggy picture! Yes, staying home on a foggy day can be silent and restful. I have never heard the expression "Keep the thief."
Keep the thief. If you don't have to go by car, and you know where you are, it can give a rest. There is such silence.Lovely photo cathy
Thank you Jim ! The fog has been here for days!!! Usually it lifts during the day but this one isn't!! Very creepy! Yes, we have some palm trees. People cover them up with burlap or something for the winter but this one is fending for itself.
Nice photo, Cathy! When it gets real foggy here, I like to pretend the rest of the world disappeared. It's pretty easy and it gets spooky! LOL!I am surprised to see a picture of a palm tree in North Vancouver! I know you have a mild climate but you get snow and freezing temperatures sometimes, right?