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Betty

By Gary Delainey and Gerry Rasmussen
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Nov 19, 2017
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    Valka GC Insider 21 days ago

    Postcards are handy for when the photos either don’t turn out or get lost.

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    Ubintold  21 days ago

    And pretty soon you can do your taxes on them.

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    shopony50  21 days ago

    It’s official. Betty has lost her mind.

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    nos.nevets  21 days ago

    The scenery is here,

    wish you were beautiful.

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    bookworm0812  21 days ago

    I still send postcards when I go places! In fact, there are still two on our refrigerator that are four and five years old. One is from 2012 when I visited Rockport, MA and the other from Amish country in Berlin, OH. My best friend has the ones I sent him from the same places. And I hope to go to New Hampshire this coming summer and I’m sure I’ll send some from there, too!.

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    sfrench  21 days ago

    I like to send myself postcards when I travel out of the country. It’s interesting to see how long they take to show up after I get back. lol

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    downhill.dude  21 days ago

    I only send postcards when there’s something unique about the situation. In Italy, for example, the Vatican has its own post office, so if you mail a postcard from there, the postmark on the stamp shows “The Vatican”. Otherwise, posting my photos on Facebook/Instagram means everyone gets to see everything I’m seeing, at pretty much the same time.

    For those who say they buy postcards as insurance against their photos getting lost, etc., I’d simply suggest Google Images for a much broader selection of shots.

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    AlondraRachellaLabute  21 days ago

    Not a bad idea Betty. It would be fun to collect them with the messages you write, that you’re having a good time. I’d put them in their own special scrapbook.

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    JP Steve  21 days ago

    My Grandmother-in-law kept a scrapbook of her postcards from ca.1900. Quite a historical document!

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