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joyfulli

You have a good memory, Jillian.
Yes, it's Mark, Sylvia. I guess he didn't want his picture taken, according to his dad, but You're right that he will love the photo when he gets older.

lovesgulls

Going to google to find out about Paul Bunyan. What a funny and nice photo of Mark (is it Mark?) sitting in this huge hand. He's going to love this photo when he's a grown-up! Love this, thank you!

JillianB

No wouldn’t be common knowledge Li but I remember reading about it once

joyfulli

It really is, Old Git. Thanks.
That is probably one of the biggest Paul Bunyans I've "seen," Jillian. I guess the Blue Ox must have wandered off. Is this legend commonly known in NZ?
I'm sure they did, GG. I wish I could have been there with them.
I suspect he was scared at first, though, Sharon. There was a close-up of him on the hand, and it looks like he's crying. He must have gotten over it for this pic, though.

Sharon72

Oh, this is really a cute one. And he looks so happy to be sitting on that great big hand. I remember the Paul Bunyan figures in Brainerd and Bemidji. They seemed so huge to me as a kid. I also remember losing a game of tic-tac-toe to a chicken at Paul Bunyan Land in Brainerd. :)) Your kids are building great memories with their kids.

GOSPELGRANDMA

Aw...what a cute photo, and I am sure your family had a lot of fun getting it! Thank you, Li! ☺

Very sweet photo, He's so cute. Thank you for sharing Li. Hugs and love.

JillianB

That is huge! How cute to have your grandson sitting there. Don’t see the blue ox around though :) thanks Li

theoldgit

Good fun :~)

joyfulli

You're welcome, Tea. Seeing my grandson there sure gives perspective on this giant!

Teagardener

What a fun puzzle! And seeing your tiny grandson sit in the hand is awesome :) Thanks for the puzzle Li !

Yep

joyfulli

Yes, Ianto. Thanks.

More later I hope.

joyfulli

According to the Bible, there WILL be an end to history at some point. We need to be spiritually prepared.

Sadly, I hope that it does.

joyfulli

That's a fun thought, Ianto. If our world lasts that long!!

Something that will always be with him. I can see him taking the same pictures of his kids and grandkids.

joyfulli

That's fun, Hike. We have these chairs scattered around our area, too, but I've never heard of them being called "Paul Bunyan resting chairs." I love that. Of course, the legends of Paul Bunyan are claimed by the upper Midwest Northwoods areas of MN, WI, and MI. Thanks for the link, too.
You're welcome, Heicel. I wondered if those of you from other countries would have heard of our fun legend. I'm glad you looked it up. Thanks.

I had to google Paul Bunyan and was delighted about what I found out. And of course, that sweet, sweet grandson of yours....Thanks a lot for sharing this moment !

hike17

What a funny coincidence - our HOG chapter (motorcycle club) had a ride this year to all 10 of the Paul Bunyon resting chairs scattered around Maine's western mountains (aka the River Valley). We'd seen one of them before, but never even noticed it until we learned about those resting chairs: https://www.facebook.com/129901330399062/posts/the-story-behind-the-10-paul-bunyan-resting-chairs-there-are-paul-bunyan-resting/3212162135506284/

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