Postcards From Blogging Friends: Part Five

I am very happy to present the next post in this series, featuring four more postcards sent to my home by blogging friends. I still have enough cards for two more posts, and more arrived today. If you want to send me one, my address is visible on the photos, and the card will be featured on this blog.

Theo is better know as Ed Westen, an American blogger and photographer who resides in the Pacific North West.
He sent me this card showing a bridge constructed to allow squirrels to cross a dangerous junction in safety.
I have never seen a squirrel bridge before!

Abbi is originally from South Africa, but now lives and blogs in England.
She got this card for free, after buying things in a branch of a popular shop.
So this card is actually recycled, by sending it to me for my collection!

Elizabeth is a retired teacher and blogger who lives in New England, in America.
She sent me this card showing a black bear, one that was rescued to live in an animal park.

Pauline Y lives and blogs in Taiwan, an island off the Chinese mainland.
When I was young, it was known as Formosa.
She sent me this stunning night scene of the capital, Taipei.

I am delighted to still be receiving these cards, and will be posting photos of more of them soon.

Thanks again to everyone who has sent me one.

65 thoughts on “Postcards From Blogging Friends: Part Five

    1. Why don’t we let the ‘Cactus Postcard’ become a classic ‘unfulfilled wish’?
      One day, someone might write a novel about a man waiting for a cactus postcard that never arrives…
      Perhaps I will write it? ๐Ÿ™‚
      Best wishes, Pete. x


  1. Love that squirrel bridge, I never saw one of those either!
    Would you believe I haven’t been able to locate a FL postcard? Years ago there was always cards around with the bathing beauties or making fun of people up north in the sun. But I’ll keep looking!!

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  2. I’m so glad my postcard arrived to you safely Pete. Thanks to your inspiration, I started a similar thing on another blogging platform where I offered to send postcards to fellow bloggers. Seven people took up my offer and my post cards have gone as far as Mauritius, Australia, Venezuela, US, Switzerland and Romania๏ผ๏ผ

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    1. I am absolutely delighted to have inspired you, Pauline, and very pleased to hear that you got such a magnificent response.
      Thanks again for your lovely card, and for being my valued blogging friend!
      Best wishes, Pete.


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