Postcards From Blogging Friends: Part Four

This is the next batch of picture postcards I have received. At least the photos are much clearer this time.

If your card has not appeared yet, don’t worry. It will feature in part five.

Matt Sully sent me this one, from Canada.
He was on a trip to some caves with his family.

British blogger and writer Stevie Turner sent this from her cycling holiday.

My long-term blogging pal Fraggle was on holiday in Florence, Italy.
This has a British stamp, so I am guessing she posted it when she got home.

Julie went to the Norfolk seaside town of Sheringham on Tuesday.
When she told her friend Lynn about these blog posts, Lynn bought a card to send home for me.

Thanks as always to everyone who took the time and trouble to get these cards and send them to me.

And if you haven’t sent one yet, what are you waiting for? πŸ™‚

38 thoughts on “Postcards From Blogging Friends: Part Four

  1. What an inspiration. Young people and children will ask: “What is a postcard)? Regarding the Florence card posted from England, Sometimes it’s challenging to find a post office and a mailbox when abroad.
    Henry and I will remember your wish for a postcard

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    1. Thanks, Maria. Yes, they couldn’t find a post-box in Florence, which is why the card has both British and Italian stamps.
      When those children want to know what a postcard was, they can look at my blog posts. πŸ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete.

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  2. Loving how many people are still getting on board with this. It is a lovely idea! Also, seeing the “Par Avion” sticker reminded me how much fun it was having foreign “Pan Pals” back in the day, and actually how nice/exciting it was getting letters in the post (as these days all I get are bills and junk mail!)

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