I collect postcards and never thought of sharing them like this. Love getting new ideas.
I have got quite a collection, I have told my son that they are a part of his inheritance!
Have you noticed how the British ones are slightly more irreverent in their approach and their style of drawing? They’re all very nice, though, but where is the Skegness?
The UK ones are not my favourites John but were all that were available. I haven’t been to Skegness this year except to play golf one time!
My favorite postcards are those I find in antique stores. I can amuse myself for long periods going through them. –Curt
I ought to try that sometime. Thanks for the tip!
I used to have a collection of all 50 states, but gave it up when I downsized to a smaller house.
I love the fun depiction of Northern Ireland. I could have never guessed that there would be so many diversions. You have quite a collection, Andrew!
Thanks for sharing 🙂
There is a lot to do in Northern Ireland that’s for sure
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Really…I just thought it was rainy weather and sheep. Good to hear!
I think you will find that that is Wales! Now that people in Northern Ireland have (more or less) stopped blowing each other up and shooting each other then it has become a fine place to visit!
The perfect travel souvenir. Packs light, costs little and doesn’t have an expiration date.
Exactly, I have a shoe box full!
Only one? 🙂 🙂
Shoe box 🙂
Ah, I see. Well, when it fills up I just get a bigger one!
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