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Old 03-31-2013, 04:36 PM   #61
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good one! I can't even find Waldo!
~smile~ Keep looking...he's there.
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Old 03-31-2013, 05:59 PM   #62
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pawprint Dapjwy always catches my misspellings...

Well Dapjwy, if you like hepatica, then you should like rue anemone. Only 4" tall just now, and might make it 10" by summer, here is a snapshot from today.

Funny thing, the hepantica, as I spell it now...LOL if I google it 'hepantica', because of my misspellings...it searches and finds my posts at WG

Pix 009 rue anemone. earlier, a week ago, as this stuff sprouts from the ground, it emerges red, and even the first flower is pink. They grow well from little rhizomes. No waldo in this shot, just showing off a pretty flowers.

Hint Sage: look upon the top of the hepatica leaves, zoom in alittle for waldo.

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Old 03-31-2013, 06:29 PM   #63
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ha! the black spots are Waldoes?
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pawprint Try this original pix

Arrrrgh, I knew better than to reduce the original pix, for something like this game. Perhaps the black dots will come together to reveal...waldo.

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Well Dapjwy, if you like hepatica, then you should like rue anemone. Only 4" tall just now, and might make it 10" by summer, here is a snapshot from today.

Funny thing, the hepantica, as I spell it now...LOL if I google it 'hepantica', because of my misspellings...it searches and finds my posts at WG...

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Funny, I didn't even notice that you misspelled it. I had to go back and look.

That is funny that your posts show up like that nw.
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I see him clearly, if that makes you feel better, ww.
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This is an easy one. You'll know you found Waldo when you see it.

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I see it!
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I see it, but what is it, a deer?
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This is an easy one. You'll know you found Waldo when you see it.

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I found it! The color caught my eye--AFTER I enlarged it quite a bit.
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