I will find the original page and post it for you all, this is a huge prize, and someone must win. Here it is.
This is the latest request, so you get further bonus entry points. I am not sure why this has to be done, maybe for the sponsors benefit.
#1 Post this picture on your personal website or blog using the special embed code below. You must use this exact code.
#2 After you have posted the image by using the special embed code, make sure to let us know by completing this simple form. Make sure to click through to the final confirmation page after submitting the form too.
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This is what the email asked, so here is the photo and the embed link.
And from the Ugly Hedgehog,another link. This lists the airports state by state, so if I come to visit, I can fly almost to your backdoor, give or take a few miles. I looked at a few states, and after that decided I needed lots more time to find each one I would need. Dream on, wish for the stars, nothing is impossible.
And one more of the frost on the front lawn, taken in August 2005. Those Agapanthus on the edge of the drive have been dug out, and a friend has taken them to his holiday home in Hawkes Bay. These are the same 3 trees in yesterday’s photo, now loaded with blossom.The tallest trees in the background are across the stream from us, not ours, but Hugh always hopes if we have a huge storm and one falls, it might almost reach the edge of our back lawn. Think of all the extra firewood from just one tree!!!
To the right of the Cherry Trees, in front of a garage door, is the bare English Elm. This morning it has lime green flowers, that turn to pale paper-like cases that blow so freely in the wind.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ Walk tall as trees, live strong as the mountains , be gentle as the spring winds, keep the warmth of the summer sun in your heart, and the great spirit will always be with you”
Greetings from Jean