Golly! I did a double-take after I registed that Postcrossing card on the right, and learned that it took 84 days to get to me! It was sent by someone living near Kladno, Czech Republic, a distance of 5,812 miles from me. I have a traveling one that I’ve been stressing about; it’s been out on its way to the U.K. for 38 days right now. I wonder whether the sender of the card I received today has been wondering about its status, or if she finds that’s been the norm for the cards she sends. She has a chihuahua named Marshmallow, if that is any possible clue as to the answer.
She tells me this recipe is for dill sauce. I put the recipe’s title through Google Translate, and it told me the language was Hindi. After I set it straight–only then–it confirmed this is indeed a recipe for dill sauce.
The Buenos Aires postcard came from a swap-botter somewhere near Phoenix, Arizona. She writes:
“Have you ever been to Argentina? I went last summer and loved it! We also got to go to the beach in Uruguay. What’s your favorite place you’ve traveled to?”
Stamps & postmarks: