Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Scavenger Hunt

I'm joining in today for the first time at Made with Love scavenger hunt.  I'm excited to meet some new blog friends.  I hope you enjoy my pictures....Lilly sends her love :)


Circle:
"Circular" water fountain built in 1740 on the grounds of the Hagia Sophia.

Card:
 "Card" describing the Chateau de Lassay in France.

Window:
 Lovely "window" at the train station in Budapest, Hungary.

Art:
 "Art" in a coffee cup from a fabulous coffee shop near my home.

Skyline:
The beautiful, gray "skyline" of my beloved Seattle.

Favorite word:
 My first favorite "word" is Oliver (my grandson), soon to be followed by Sadie!

Movement:
 "Movement" of the ferry crossing the Bosphorus.

Bathroom:
 I cheated a little on "bathroom".....this is an outside faucet in Istanbul.

Car:
 Refreshing rain soaked street with cars.....

Plate:
 This is a "plate" of stuffed eggplant I ate in Istanbul.

Something you made:
 This is the stripey blanket I made for my little grandson, Oliver.

Whatever you Want:
Wow!  After downloading all these photos and adding catchy captions, "whatever I want" is a glass of tea!  

It's been fun to be a part of this scanvenger hunt.  I hope to participate next time!

Goodbye my dear friends,
Pat

28 comments:

  1. I enjoyed seeing the results of your photo hunt, Pat. [I am so impressed with Oliver's blanket! Beautiful!!]

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    1. Thank you Gracie. I had so much fun making that blanket!

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  2. Enjoyed going along with you on this fun hunt. The blanket is fabulous! Congrats on soon to be little Sadie. I have a cute grand named Saydee, (spelled different). She is 5. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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    1. Hi Jann, that is such a cute spelling. I'm sure your little Saydee is a bundle of joy. We are excited for our Sadie to arrive in August. Have a great day :)

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  3. Welcome and thanks for joining in on this months scavenger hunt, what a great group og photos. I really like window, skyline and whatever you like. Greenthumb.

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    1. Thank you so much. And, thank you for hosting such a fun party! I enjoyed it so much.

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  4. From your photos we can certainly see that you get around! Love Art, movement and Skyline. (my parents lived in Seattle for a while) Your blanket is amazing, I am a little addicted to crochet at the moment.

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    1. Hi Fiona, yes, we travel quite a bit. I think it's because I lived 20+ years in a small town, dreaming about rest of the world! I love Seattle as I used to live in Gig Harbor, about 30 miles south of the city. I too am addicted to crochet. Isn't it a fun hobby? So nice to have you stop by :)

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  5. Lovely photos, The skyline is wonderful as is the window. Your blanket is very impressive - will you have to make another one soon? :)

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    1. Greetings Rosie. Thank you for stopping by. I may make another blanket one day. I think this was the most fun project I ever made. It wasn't boring as the pattern stitch and colors change in each row. Have a wonderful day.

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  6. Nice to meet you and welcome to the scavenger hunt, you have some lovely photos, would be very happy with the coffee right now, and the sky line is stunning..
    Amanda xx

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    1. It's great to meet you too, Amanda. I can send you some coffee :) Thanks for stopping by.

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  7. How well-travelled you are! I liked your picture of Seattle as you can see the Space Needle - Frasier was one of our favourite shows for a long time and the Space Needle always featured in the opening credits :-) xx

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    1. Hi Christine, I'm so happy you liked the pictures. I love Seattle and miss it dearly. Maybe it's because I like rain, gray skies and cool weather. I hope your week is going well and enjoying spring. It's always a pleasure to hear from you :)

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  8. I loved your interpretations - and your grandson is precious.

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    1. Thank you so much. He keeps me busy.

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  9. The blanket is beautiful, I enjoyed all of your photos. I love the grayness in Seattle too :)

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    1. Many thanks. And, thank you for stopping by.

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  10. Great photos! I especially like the stripey blanket! I'm so glad you stopped by my blog.... and yes, you and Lilly are definitely invited to the tea party -- bring Oliver too!

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    1. Thank you so much. Lilly will be thrilled that she's going to a tea party :) Thank you for stopping by for a visit.

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  11. These are great photos for the hunt! It's like a trip around the world too :) The blanket is amazing ... love all those colours!
    Wendy

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    1. Many thanks. The blanket was so much fun to make. I hope you have a wonderful weekend.

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  12. Hi Pat! Welcome to our scavenger hunt group! I'm late getting gourd to everyone's photos this month, because I have barely gotten home from a long trip. What a great collection of photos you put together. The last one made me laugh because I know the feeling well! Your grandson is really cute, and that stripy blanket, what a treasure! Happy Easter!

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    1. It's so nice to meet you and to be part of the scavenger group. I enjoyed meeting new people and seeing some great photos. Oliver thanks you for your kind words. I hope you have a blessed Easter holiday.

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  13. Olá Pat gostei muito da sua caça, as fotos são impressionantes.
    Seu neto Oliver tem sorte por ganhar um cobertor, tão lindo, confeccionado por você.
    Feliz Páscoa!

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  14. It sounds like you are a well traveled person from your photos, makes for interesting viewing when partaking in the scavenger hunt. The windows in the train station at Budapest of magnificent.
    Anne xx

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  15. Hi Pat! Love your photos! The skyline is super and I love that delicious plate! The favourite is that amazing ceiling for circle!x

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  16. Hello Pat. I don't know how I missed your scavenger hunt post, but I'm catching up and enjoyed all your photos, especially the fountain in the Hagia Sophia, the gorgeous blanket and the skyline of Seattle. You must have been high up to take that photo! I think you have sweet grandchildren. Looking forward to seeing your scavenger hunt for May!

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