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JC, please do not let The Old Man of Photoness try to convince you to side with him. He is desperate to find some support in his failing battle with the Dynamic Duo from Down Under - the duo he tried to convince the Jigidi world who had partially disrobed Santa on his way down the chimney. Ha! As if we would do that! We are pure and innocent! :-))
Could not see the tail from the picture. We have neighbors with them and they love to come over and hide on them. We let them hide in the bushes and then tell the owners where they are by phone so we don't look like rats.
Thanks, photogent! I have noticed the women get a little 'loose' from time to time!We have 2 Cardigan corgies. An easy way to remember is the Cardigans have tails, the Pembrooke's have the Queen.
Don't let these ladies pick on you JC they like nothing better then to pick on the poor defenseless men of the puzzle world. I got your back and we can use the wee dogs to guard the rear. Looks like a Penbrook.
Good one, Foxy!
*snort* good one, Chrissie!
Tsk, tsk, JC.... did the easy part and left the rest? Hmm... isn't that a Cardinal sin :-))
Great picture!! I think I should thank Susan for this one! My friend leaves the jigsaw puzzle on the table, covers it with a thin plastic sheet (like a clear shower curtain) and then a tablecloth. That way she can use the table.
Jiggy~I love, love, love the idea of jigging actual cardboard puzzles!!
Thanks, Jan. Sue and I have dozens of jigsaw puzzles stored away since we adopted a cat. I missed them until I discovered Jigidi!
JC - I bet you just did the birds and left the rest!1000 pieces - my specialty - back in the day! I loved those cardboard puzzles. In fact, I probably have close to 100 "analog" puzzles I am finding it hard to get rid of! What I ought to do is photograph all of the boxes and then Jigidi them. Then I could let them go.............maybe!Thanks JC! (and thanks for the idea!)
I did the 'easy' parts. I left them the white and the green! LOL!
Did you get it together or just start it... Great picture...
I 'found' this on my camera when I downloaded all the pictures from our trip. I was concentrating and didn't notice when I had my picture taken.This was a 1000 piece puzzle.