Your fresh take on things never ceases to surprise me. Thank you for sharing, Mr. Schmidt! -Sarah
Thank you very much Ms. Simon!
Your comment made my day hehe
PS: I just changed the page with some puzzles links listed, take a look at some of them, gorgeous! All of them!
Ahaha thanks Roberto!
Puzzles yes! \o/
Call of Duty: Currently I'm playing Call Of Duty Black Ops, fantastic...
And once again, I have to be rappelling down some places all the time. There is a climbing technique.
...puzzle reference. Growing up, I put more jigsaw puzzles together than I can count. Seemed like there was always a puzzle on a table in our house.
I could probably blame jigsaw puzzles for my fascination with mountains. So many of the puzzles I put together were mountain scenes...I also remember loving the desert scenes. And if it wasn't the mountains, the puzzles were autumn scenes of New England...with an endless stream of fall colors with the beautiful ridgelines in the background.
The most difficult puzzle I put together was a 4000 piece challenge...a wonderful Maine fishing village scence. Approximately 1000 pieces of sky!!! I can't believe I finished that one.
Paulo, thanks for the stroll down memory lane.
Buenos noches, Mark
Well Mark I am glad to find a puzzle partner here on SP. I have to say, last place I d expect to find one hehehe.
The last time I did one was this one: http://parofess.blogspot.com.br/2009/05/fora-da-montanha-dentro-de-casa.html
Back then I had a place by my own rented, and it was big just for myself, so I had plenty of room to do it. Now I am married and my wife and me share a condo with our gradma, no room at all for big puzzles...
And I miss that with all my heart!
Glad you like the article and the puzzle reference.
One more thing: Did you notice that you just gave me another good reference to the text itself? The mountain photos on the puzzles gave you the will to go up in the mountains! Good subject for another article hehehe
Lovely article, thank you!
Not at all, thank you for reading it!