Sent to Finland, Japan, and the United States

A swap-bot, and a couple of Postcrossing…


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Swap-bot comes first, with a “not my country” trade. I got the tuk-tuk card in Thailand, and now am sending it to a trader in Palm Coast, Florida.  She says she is fascinated by peeling layers of paint, but not so much by books that one might categorize as “trashy romance and cheap poorly-written thriller garbage or religious.”  I can tell you right now that if you tried to read any of that while riding a tuk-tuk, it might be near impossible!  Plus, you would be missing out on the sights.

The other two cards go out on Postcrossing draws.  That poetry book card goes to Helsinki, Finland, to a user whose profile comes in at a sparse 29 words, saying almost nothing more than she likes pugs, and knitting, and reading poetry.  Oh, good–have this card!

The California coast goes to Hadano, Japan, to a  “Kazakhstani” student studying there.  She said she likes cards with a “view of your country,” and so…

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