Solve, create, share and talk about jigsaw puzzles

Just Hanging Out at Miss Carol's

Bookmarked Bookmark Solve this jigsaw puzzle later
ShareShare with your friends
ReportReport as inappropriate
48 pieces
34 solves
Solve puzzle

Thanks for sharing. Here is your html-code:

Why are you reporting this puzzle?

Why this advertisement?

Leaderboard

  1. dartagnan2:09
  2. Carol662:24
  3. Impie2:29
  4. cobra2:34
  5. anan2:45
  6. yarnover2:46
  7. wshealy2:56
  8. connie52713:01
  9. vinette3:05
  10. quilt653:05

Comments

Please sign in to comment. Don't have a profile? Join now! Joining is absolutely free and no personal information is required.

quilt65

Lucky you. But I don't think I would want to clean up after deer. Cats are enough. Thanks for this pretty one.

Carol66

Jaklien, I cannot resist telling you this: MANY, MANY years ago (seems most of my stories start that way these days). I wanted a horse...my parents said I must learn about having a horse and the responsibilities. I was send to a riding school and instructed by a lady I called "the horse -itch"......we learned about horses from the "bottom" up........to this day I can still identify horse droppings as to whether they were grass fed, grain fed, type of hay etc. Sadly, it is not something that comes in handy these days. Sigh. ;)

Jaklien

"deer droppings" oh no! That's too much for me :-(

Carol66

Lol........not as good as my yard lady she can tell the difference between "deer droppings". ;)

Jaklien

After observing for a while you become a true connoisseur, don't you?

Carol66

This doe and two others spent the day. They were "strangers". I have several deer I can distinguish by their markings.............so. I knew this group were "visitors" (or perhaps new
neighbors?).

Jaklien

The only animals that walk or fly in my garden are cats and birds. A deer? I cannot imagine that.
That must be really nice.

Carol66

Irisriver, I love them. They are welcome in my yard anytime! I feel privileged to enjoy them. They are very savvy about "humans" and seem to instinctively know if you may be a danger.

irisriver

What a cool sight! grins!☺

calluna

I'll take this guys over the little ones any day! LOL :-))

Carol66

Sally, LOL.

We call them giant aphids!

calluna

Hired! Hilarious....and so sweet. :-))

Carol66

Eileen, Dusty and Jorgee, stay warm. We are having RAIN, RAIN, and more RAIN. Did I say RAIN?

Impie, there were 3 of them yesterday. They were kind of "newbies"......I can recognize the markings on many of my visitors. I don't feed them. Lots of vegetation to keep them fat.

Calluna, fortunately, I have no garden and they act as unpaid shrub trimmers.

calluna

Charming sight! Wouldn't mind having them visit, even though I know they can really damage a garden. :-)

Impie

Great they have your yard for hanging out.....he or she looks well fed! Do you feed them too?

dustydog

Your snow is gone! : ) Alas, we are still knee-deep in the stuff! Got up to 23 degrees, with light fog.
Might get some freezing drizzle, or freezing fog, or whatever.
Dusty : )

Why this advertisement?