Monthly Archives: October 2012

High Canadian Rockies

This card was shared to me by a friend.  It’s one of the must see for non Canadians.  Someday I hope that I can have the  Ice Skating experience.  Just a try maybe since I have a phobia of heights. … Continue reading

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Cherry Blossoms!

Sakura! A special postcard sent to me by Akiko on the 29th of February.   Thank you Akiko!

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Greetings from Singapore

A beautiful card from Singapore.  Thank you, Gerlie!  I so love this!  I hope someday, I can take the chance to visit this beautiful country!  

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A Leap Year Card from California

I did not know that there is Venice in California until I received this card from Abran, a postcard swap buddy whom I met in Facebook.  It’s one of the Leap year cards I received this year. The card shows … Continue reading

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Ukraine Mapcard

UA – 366686 A Ukraine mapcard!  Thank you postcrosser from Ukaine.  I wonder what is her or his name. He/she did not write anything at the back of the card except for the date. I love the card.  That’s a … Continue reading

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Not Made There

This is an Ad card from Australia and I love it. The message is a good reminder not only to their country but also to the country where this card is sent. So I am encouraging everyone to patronize quality … Continue reading

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Australian Wildlife

This card came along with the stock of postcards I received from Ate Leah in Australia.  She saved postage by sending it through someone who came home for vacation. The card shows interesting looking creatures.

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Oldy Russian Card

RU 1193789   I thought all the while that old cards look ugly.  For the past month, it’s been several times I receive old looking ones and I sort of like it.  They were old card printed maybe 30 or … Continue reading

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The Orange Base Hospital

Counter clockwise. This multi-view card shows the (1) The Orange Base Hospital – New Ward Block. (2) The Maternity Unit (3) Entrace to the Old Ward Block. I love the antique look of the card.

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Fukushima Street

Here is another Touchnote card from Mommy Clang. A photo she took of a street in Iwaki, Fukushima, Japan. It’s a thank you card of the TN card I also sent her. Thank you Mommy Clang!

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Putma Monastery, Romania

RO – 50038 The sender Gab wrote:  “I am sending you from Romania a postcard of Putma Monastery (up North) which dates from 1466.  It was an important cultural center in the old days: lots of manuscripts were copied here” I … Continue reading

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Dundurn Castle, Ontario, Canada

Dundurn Castle is a historic neoclassical mansion on York Boulevard in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The 18,000-square-foot (1,700 m2) house took three years to build, and was completed in 1835. The seventy-two room castle featured the latest conveniences of gas lighting … Continue reading

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We Heart Cats

This cutie cat postcard is sent by a friend I met on Facebook during the Touchnote Cards craze. This is the second kittie card she sent me. I can imagine that miming is really cuddly. Nicely taken and is best … Continue reading

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Wehl

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Greece

FI – 1526333 A card from Greece sent all the way from Finlance.  Thanks to Minnie. Linked with:  

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