Something OLD

By Brenda Essig aka Zanymuse (Zanymuse) on February 26, 2015

MaryE has suggested a monthly puzzle theme. Something old. She has several pictures to contribute for this and I have lots of antique cars, tractors and Victorian houses. Do you have pictures of old things you would like to contribute? We would be thrilled to have a chance to enjoy them as puzzles and topics of conversation.

Since it takes me nearly a month to prepare each calendar and the puzzles to go with it, I am going to request that your "old" photos be added to the database between now and March 30th. I will prepare them in April and they will be published in May. If there are more than 30 entered, the theme will be continued into June.

2015-02-26/Zanymuse/81f95cSome suggestions: Wagon wheels, wax ring seals, fountain pens, an egg beater, a press for butter, an old slide rule, a one room school, vintage clothes, embrodered hankies for you nose. A tiffany lamp, an old stamp, button shoes, electrical fuse, an old piano, a cameo. Crocks, chests, buttons, clocks, arrow heads, old coins.

 

 

 

 

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If it is old and evokes memories of days gone by; an old well pump, the old horse harness, the plow, the bell from the old cow. Old tools, old stove or ice box, old board games, old cameras, old phones, radios, tv's, tables chairs, silverware, books...please share those memories.

Look around, there are old things everywhere!

I am looking forward to traveling through history.http://cubits.org/pics/2015-02-26/Zanymuse/c1cc1f.jpg

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Something OLD Puzzles valleylynn Mar 17, 2015 7:51 PM 5

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