Comment: Hi, Glennys,
Sorry for the delay. I was away for three weeks, then totaled my car in Little Rock.
I am fine just two cracked ribs. They are healing.
Thank you for the wonderful postcard you sent.
Enjoy the day! Demaris
Comment: Oh my goodness, What a beautiful landscape postcard you sent me! I truly love it! Thank you! Must be nice to nice to live in Hawaii! I always wanted to visit or even live there. But that is a dream that will die with me afraid. But I can still dream. I imagine you were born there, correct?
Comment: It took over 7 weeks, but your card of Aloha Tower finally reached me yesterday! Thank you very much, it sounds like an interesting building, and your card bought a little sunshine to the dark finnish autumn time :) The seashell stamps that you used are beautiful, too.
Edit. October 17, 2019. I got your resend today, so in the end I got two cards. Thank you very much for this one too :)
Comment: Hi Glennys,
Thanks for the fun postcard of Good food in Hawaii. I too like red potatoes and shrimp. Will be looking up for a recipe. :) Will add uou to the 2020 liste for NPCW. Sent Brenda a message to join IPCW.
Enjoy the day!
Comment: Wow! What a great postcard, Glennys! I loved reading what you wrote on the back too! LOL! An “over-budget, behind schedule raised rail system” sounds sorta odd to find in the Hawaiian islands. I mean with all the moving played and volcanic activity, that sounds like a truly great engineering feat! Best regards for those adventures ahead & happy swapping until then!
Comment: Thanks for making a nice PC for me.
It's sad that so many lighthouses are unused. With modern navigation aids, I guess they aren't so much needed. GPS and all aside though, when I'm on my way into Portsmouth Harbor at night, there is nothing makes me feel better than seeing the Whaleback and Portsmouth Harbor lLghts
Comment: Hi Glennys! I love the card you sent me, especially since you took the photo yourself. He is a gorgeous little cat! I agree with you about strays, too, it just breaks my heart. I can never understand how people can do that to an animal. You just want them all to have a good life. Thanks again for a beautiful card, one I will treasure. Tracy
Comment: First off love love your name!!!! Secondly welcome to swapbot. This place is addictive. I loved your answers and I absolutely loved the postcard u chose. Thanks for reading my profile and not finding one but two faves!!!! Thank you!!!! Can't wait to see the next postcard u send us. Have a good day!
Response: It went out today for the quick swap. A hawaii lighthouse.
Comment: Thanks for the very nice PC and your note. You would not like my favorite train ride. It is through Crawford Notch in New Hampshire. I rode in the cab of a Maine Central freight through the notch, back in 1972, before the line was abandoned. I have more recently ridden through the Notch on the Conway Scenic Railroad's Notch Train. About eight miles of the trip is clinging to the sides of mountains.
Comment: Thank you Glennys for the beautiful postcard of Hawaii! I'm so happy to hear that you've been to Britanny! I was born in Quimper and I spent most of my vacations not very far from Le Pouldu. What a small world! Have a very beautiful day :)
Response: Sorry, only seeing this now. Let me check on it.
Comment: Hi from O~hi~O! Thanks so much for the Hawaii State Capitol, my first. Postcards as so fun! Great train stamp also. Your beautiful state and Alaska are the only two states I haven't been to. Hope all is well & take care ~ Judy
Comment: Aloha to you! I visited Oahu nearly eight years ago and was blown away by the island's beauty and how friendly locals were. Even though I thought it must be exhausting having millions of tourists on your home.