Hello All Seasons Bloggers,
This week the link is open from Sunday June 30 -Friday July 5-noon, Pacific time.

How colorful and beautiful your posts of last week were
and how interesting and lovely your stories – LOVED it:)


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Look for this Icon below  &
LINK open Tue and Wed.
(Mon midnight-Wed. midnight, California time)
with one photo of any of your summer posts
summer/winter time (June 23- Sept 23)

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ALL SEASONS will continue as usual
Sometimes  you just want
to have a two line chat, over the hedge,
or in the parking lot!


Fourth of July (Thursday) is Independence Day in America. Thought  to give you a view
how much of America on the country side lives.
If you look on the map of the USA,  most percentage is NOT  the city,
like the city dwellers like to believe (I was one most of my life, so I know how city slickers think, lol!!)

Where in the world do you see this kind of a building?


Don’t know how you call these things,
but they give the direction of the wind.
This one is taller than a building.


Flower border next door. the orange ones are poppies.







For you who do not live on this side of the ocean,
these are the mailboxes of each house in this street and
around the corner. A common sight in this area.








Whatever you do, hope you get to see some 4th of July fireworks
– the Independence Day in the USA 🙂


Wishing you happy celebrations!



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  1. stevensonque says:

    Oh I love the design of this Antique Shop!


  2. Jeanna says:

    Hey, J. I love that antiques building and the cool mailbox and baseball caps, I often stop by to take a look at interesting mailboxes, we’ve got one of my favorites right down the street (a showy pair of legs). We had a shooting and stampede at our big fireworks display on Saturday, it made national news. I don’t know what’s happening to this city.


  3. jammy7000 says:

    PS: Thanks for hosting, Jesh.


  4. jammy7000 says:

    Festivities in July are plentiful, but I have not included some of the more well-known ones, Jesh (eg: Canada & USA Independence Days), opting for some of the interesting less well-known ones.


  5. Hi Jesh, Happy 4th July! The windmill is great and so common here in Outback Australia, useful in getting artesian water to the surface.


  6. kenschneider says:

    Love that antique store. Reminds me that I discarded a bunch of old license plates not long ago! Mr Linky still seems to have hiccups. Will try again later.


  7. Jill Foley says:

    I love all the poppies that grow wild. Here’s my link for this week….


  8. lapaylor says:
    that’s my link, tried and it wouldn’t go into mr linky.
    thanks Jesh


  9. riitta k says:

    That antiques shop keeper is very patriotic indeed 🙂 Happy 4th of July!


  10. Jackie says:

    July 1 is Canada Day – statutory holiday, celebrates the anniversary of July 1, 1867, the effective date of the Constitution Act, 1867 which united the three separate colonies of the Province of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick into a single Dominion within the British Empire called Canada.


  11. Jill Harrison says:

    ps – I can’t get your linky to work. 🙂


  12. Jill Harrison says:

    Happy American Independence Day. I love the letterboxes. LOL – it is a windmill – they pump water up out of the ground. Have a great week!


  13. tgeriatrix says:

    Reasantly the linky list doesn’t function properly, sorry for the black icon.


  14. Carol says:

    I love that antique store – such a wonderful paint job! Happy 4th of July!


    1. Junieper2 says:

      Thank you so much Carol – I hope you hace a pleasurable 4th of July too!


  15. miyahde says:

    Happy “Independence Day” to you and your people♬ So sorry for the blanks before my link; I had error twice before I could.
    Thank you very much for hosting; I really appreciate to your kindness.
    Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, Miyako*


  16. Sandra J says:

    Great photos and words,


    1. Junieper2 says:

      Wow – stunning pelican on your blog!

      Liked by 1 person

    2. Sandra J says:

      Thank you , it was a fun day of photography yesterday. I love watching these birds.


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