It’s Nice to Feel Useful (12)

One of the things that I like to do is to take a look at the search questions that seem to bring web-surfers by the site and take a look at some of the more bizarre and unusual.

Before Google got nervous about web search findings and tightened up on sharing search results this was a lot more fun and there were a lot more to choose from, now they are few and far between but just this week I  spotted one that amused me…

“What does a postcard of the Grand Canyon look like”

I am certain that I have put some dumb questions into Google myself but surely none as daft as this!

Anyway, I visited the Grand Canyon in 1995 and as always I am keen to help so here we go…

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26 responses to “It’s Nice to Feel Useful (12)

  1. The Grand Canyon is absolutely majestic..

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  2. Nice one Andrew!

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  3. superb views – brings back memeories

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  4. You have so many postcards. Where do you keep them all? In shoe-boxes? Albums? Or stored in plastic bags in the shed? They are always good to look at. Wish I’d kept more of mine, but down-sizing ………

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  5. I have from 76 countries over 4000 of them. Stop collection a few years back when into blogging and photos. Always nice memories to have!

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  6. Will have to get there one day..

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  7. Postcards from the Edge

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  8. When I’m writing i sometimes Google for the most obscure things and combinations of obscure things… I never even think about it, but I wonder what weird questions I’ve aske over the years? There’s probably somebody chuckling right now somewhere!

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  9. We’ve been there when I was still shooting film. I should scan and share those photos . . . once I settle.

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  10. My folks traveled quite a bit after they retired. Had loads of postcards. I had a bit of a collection myself, but moved a few too many times and slowly they ended up in the trash.

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  11. We visited about 10 years ago – a totally awe-inspiring view to which pictures can never do justice. Even in real life my brain found it hard to interpret what my eye was seeing.

    I started buying postcards on the first holiday I went on without my family (school trip to Germany aged 14) because I didn’t have a proper camera. Carried on for years and then chucked them all out in a fit of tidiness. I wish I hadn’t.

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  12. Recently, I have seen the search query “Where is Great Britain?”

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