Received from Belarus & Germany

More hot Postcrossing action:


The beautiful, juicy orange card came to me from Belarus, from someone who describes herself as a newspaper journalist who usually writes about the cultural life of her region.  She says she really loves her work–which I say is a wonderful thing!

That fishy card comes to me from Germany, from a Postcrosser who tells me she is a granny with two grandchildren.  I had a hard time deciphering most of her writing, but I think she also told me she lives in the mountains with her turtle.  Which could be code.

Stamps, postmarks, & stuff:


Sent to Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania, and its largest city, with a population of 539,939. Vilnius has some of the highest internet speeds in the world, with an average download speed of 36.37 MB/s and upload speed of 28.51 MB/s. — Wikipedia

The card I sent to Worclaw, Poland has arrived!  It traveled 8 days and 5,828 miles.  Now, I get to send out another card through Postcrossing.

The recipient of my card mentioned a love for local artists, so I sent this image by Narboo, of Seattle, Washington:


If you ever spend time in Seattle, you are sure to see this guy ABSOLUTELY EVERYWHERE.