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Thread: what countries are we from?

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    Senior Member quiltswithdogs's Avatar
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    I'm curious to know what countries we are all from.

    Please reply even if your country is already mentioned. It will also be interesting to see how many quilters are from each country.

    Oh, and what season of the year you are currently in, say the month you are replying this...

    I will start............ USA ... Spring (May)

    Cathy (quiltswithdogs)

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    From England but living in France (late spring - also May LOL!)

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    US of A!!! :) It's May here in my town!! :)

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    It's a gorgeous Spring day here in Southern California USA

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    maybe we should copy and paste into one so its easier 2 read.

    but i m in Norway and its spring( i m very sure the months are the same in the world,lol)

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    USA and it's spring. The grass just got mowed and I'm ready to put in my flowers.

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    Pittsburgh, PA, USA, a beautiful spring day and my peonies and hostas have burst through once again, my roses are climbing their trellises and arbors, my daylillies are showing their early lime green foliage and the dandelions have taken over the yard. My azaleas are brilliant pink and purple bushes, and all the rain we have had has blessed me with a beautiful colorul garden again this year. I just love spring.

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    Spring time here in Wyoming, USA.

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    Originally from UK...Now in Spain, early summer :D

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    NY USA spring

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    Oregon in the US of A - and a gorgeous May day here, too! 8)

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    Here in NC USA and it is spring by the calender but the temperature says Summer, 89 degrees. We missed Spring some how.



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    USA May=summer

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    Canada - May - should be spring, but boy is it chilly +10 C


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    North Central Texas, USA where we are water logged and more on the way. Both yards were lakes about 3AM.

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    Texas ( yes they think its their own country LOL) Its spring here in the panhandle....windy, HOT 93 (yesterday), windy, dry and did I mention the wind?

    I now know what they use to talk about the wind driving some women crazy. It blows ALL the time and you only notice it when it gets above 35 mph (not gusts) , when it rocks your tractor then you say its windy. :?

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    Well I am originally from Scotland, now living in Spain for the last 5 years and we are just going into Verano ....Summer Hooray

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    Spring in North East PA. :D

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    Texas ( yes they think its their own country LOL) Its spring here in the panhandle....windy, HOT 93 (yesterday), windy, dry and did I mention the wind?


    But, Msage, think how much hotter it would be without that windy old wind. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll:

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    Originally Germany, but now California and it's a toasty late spring.

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    isnt May late spring, early summer kinda :mrgreen:

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    I wasn't asking the month because I'm silly; I know it is May all over the world right now. I was anticipating more answers in the future... or at least hoping. I also know Australia is always on the opposite season as us in US, so I wondered who else is on summer vacation or going snow skiing, that sort of thing. Just interesting.

    I don't know how to do that cut and paste idea. It's ok except I like looking at our names on the left when I read.

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    Spring has sprung here in Anchorage, Alaska. Although the bulbs are just starting to pop out of the ground it's a little early for us to plant. They say here it's safe to plant outside after May 31st. or when the birch tree leaves are as big as a squirrels ear. My problem is I can't catch the darn squirrel to hold it up to the tree! :D

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    Born & raised in Southern Idaho. Currently live 50 miles from where I was born. Really went far, didn't I?
    Have traveled to Calif-Oregon-Washington St.-Nevada-Wyoming-Colorado-Nebraska- Indiana-Illinois-Michigan-Texas-Lousiana-Utah.

    Must say that the Good Old USofA is a wonderful place to be.

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    USA Virginia, late spring. Peonies and roses already blooming. Peas, carrots, lettuce, cucumbers, squash, and beans sprouting out of the ground. 89 today.

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