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Thread: A k3n wallhanging

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    Power Poster RedGarnet222's Avatar
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    Wow what a great wallhanging and how sweet of k3n to make it for you! Such talent! :thumbup:

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    That is beautiful! I would not want to part with that either. How fortunate you are for such a good idea and a good quilter.

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    wow. That's beautiful.

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    What a great wall hanging. I'd keep it, too.

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    I don't blame you, I would keep it too. Awesome. Ready to come back to Granbury yet? LOL

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    Awesome.

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    Wow!

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    How cool! Yes I think you should keep it for yourself. May I ask - where was the original photo taken? Interesting to see a bear underwater looking thru a window. We have fish aquariums like that...never seen a "bear aquarium" before




    Last June we went to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, in Colorado Springs. There is a really nice area for the grizzlies and a pond that has the lower-level glassed in area. What was so neat was that the bear was real busy "playing" with a floating log (like it was a little twig) when he stopped and slowly floated to the bottom so he could get a good look at Sarah. They stood and studied each other for what seemed like a long time.

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    Nice job. It is so cute.

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    very inventive!

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