A Herd of Horseless Postcrossings
Photography & Vicarious Travel
Awareness of the outside world. I got nothing. Taking yesterday off rendered me fretful and lethargic rather than rested and productive. To quote Scalzi, again, “Well, the first two decades of 2020 are done.” Whatever: Five Things: July 1, 2020.
I took the horse request off of my Postcrossing profile. I am more interested in seeing a subject local to the sender than in receiving random horse images. Plus, I have proven more than willing to use non-horse topics as blog fodder.
Message says the stork is the national Lithuanian bird, VilNews, The Voice Of International Lithuania: Happy Stork Day!! I am assuming Nida refers to the town in Lithuania.
Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth Restaurant
The Zehnder family has owned and operated this iconic
restaurant since 1928. They are well known for their
traditional chicken dinners as well as scrumptious breads
Musical chairs with mice, birds, frogs etc and toadstool chairs
by Molly Brett (1902 – 1990)
Message says this is Grodno, Belarus.
Internet translation, “I don’t let myself be stamped!”
Artists of Paris School from Belarus. Belarus News: Belarus releases postage stamps commemorating artists of Paris school. 2015. No photos.
No info. Lietuva is the endonym. Endonym Map.
Dutch Icons, 2014. Linn’s Stamp News has a article on this, theoretically, but the link does not go through.
No info. Luqa is a town in Malta.
USA. Purple Heart Medal. USPS: Honoring the Sacrifices. 2019.
Not as much luck with my Internet search this time. Please LKM of any relevant sites I missed.
Stay safe. Stay sane.