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H is for

Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 4, 10 at 14:29

HIGH UP
chopping a tree down


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H is for History

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"H" is for Hummingbird

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Hippotherapy - for my special needs grandson
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Wow lovely,... all of your photos!
I have found one which suits my hobby..

Honey, Honeycomb, Honeybees, Honey-Harvest
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Honeybear
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Wow, Konrad...what a beautiful color honey! And what a harvest! :) Looks wonderful.


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As a followup to Konrad's post I thought I would post a Honeybee......
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Having done that, I think it is far more appropo to say "H" is for Having Fun.

I think Clairdo2 came up with a fantastic idea back on June 16 when she proposed that we play ABC's. I for one have thoroughly enjoyed all the photos that have been posted.

I would like to take this opportunity to personally thank everyone who has participated in the project and I sincerely hope we can carry through the end of the alphabet, at which time we should probably start over again..


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Makes me quite happy to see that you all like this, i think it
s fun too, Thank you all who participate.
Claire


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tomorrow is the letter I


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Horizon...


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Thank you Pfmastin for this encouraging compliment!


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Hay


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