Thanksgiving, here in Canada, has come and gone. We went to the coast to visit kids and grandkids; Postcrossing was ignored for a week and there are, as a result, a few postcards to blog about. The first two arrived before we left but, honestly, there was no time for blogging before we left. There was a lot of planning and organizing and getting things, like the turkey.
At any rate, let’s get started. The first to arrive was this card from Germany, although the park referred to in the card is in Poland, where Stefan went on his vacation.
The next card shows a selection of monuments in the Russian city of Perm. Anastasia explains what they are on the back of the card.
The next card is, once again, from Germany, from the beautiful city of Dusseldorf. Stephanie, like me, loves the bright and colourful flowers.
From Germany, we travel all the way to China, where Suffe lives.
And, for our final card today, we head back to Russia. Nataly sent this card of a beautiful Russian church in Chebok. I wish the churches out here looked like this; it’s so colourful and pretty!
And that concludes this week’s update. Where will the next card come from?