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This is at a friend's house and is out in the country. It used to be a farm. I guess it still is only now she's had trees planted. It's a lovely place to relax. Thanks for dropping in and for your comment. I appreciate it.
An interesting compositon, Ardy, and the place must be very beautiful to sit outside and relax for a while. :))
You are very welcome, Pat, How nice to see you at my place. Thank you for coming by. How did your appointment go today?
Beautiful thanks Ardy
You're very welcome, Robbie. I'm sure with your enjoyment of food preparation that you'd love to have something like this. I'm enjoying your Cape Breton pictures but it's nice to have you back.
Ardy I have dreamed of this for years. I just have to get off my rear end and do it! What a fun puzzle and display, thanks.
Kirsten, I know how busy you are. I really appreciate you taking the time to come by here. Thank you so much for your support. Just back from a day of picnicking. It really was nice and quite warm in the sun. We had a good time and I met the newest cousin - 7 months old. Happy Monday.
Hi Ardy, Sorry it's taken a while for me to get here. This looks like a lovely place to while away some time outside. And it's a nice composition. Thanks for sharing it with us. And congrats on the number of solves! :)))
You are very welcome, Hanne.
Very, very nice Ardy, thanks for your description!!
Thanks, Ank. I like that unusual design of the fireplace too. It's at my friend's house. I don't get up there much. We usually meet somewhere between our homes when we get together. Thank you for coming by.
Ardy it's a lovely picture. I love that fireplace. It's beautifull built. That stones, great. Also without anything on it, I would love this.
Hi Hanne. It's an outdoor fireplace that burns wood and the stone pile in the back is the chimney. You can see the flue at the top of the picture. It's light colored and blends into the background. It's built into a corner of a patio which has a low wall around it. If one were using it the flowers and pumpkins and squash would have to be taken off. Thanks for coming by.
But what IS it - I mean the stone thing? Thanks Ardy!!
You are very welcome, Gladstone. Thanks for coming by and putting up a good time.
Interesting design. Looks like it is used alot.Thank you.
Maybe my friend's great grandchildren. Thanks Texasstar for coming by and staying to comment.
Who's going to carve the pumpkin?