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Prof. Felicia Hartwick

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  • Birthday 12/17/1954

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  1. Tulips - https://imgur.com/a/21inXoV Canal - https://imgur.com/a/nwc8Foj windmill - https://imgur.com/a/JB7pOyH
  2. Ok.... one more game since my tech person, most graciously made it up for me. Solve this Unscramble Words puzzle and send me your answer in a Sett PM by the end of November to earn 30 Diamonds.
  3. You know we have to have a jigsaw or two... or 3! I picked pictures of tulip fields, a canal in Amsterdam and a windmill. You can do 1, 2 or all 3. Tulips Jigsaw Puzzle Canals Jigsaw Puzzle Windmill Jigsaw Puzzle Earn 25 Diamonds for completing each Jigsaw and posting it below by or before the end of November. Please remember to keep your graphic images to 600x600 or smaller. Thank you!
  4. Last week of the Netherlands. For this week we'll have a discussion and some jigsaw puzzles and an Unscramble Words to complete. The Netherlands are know for their breathtaking tulips. There are 800 varieties of tulips. 7 million flower bulbs bloom in the spring in Keukenhof Gardens. 7 million! There are 165 canals in Amsterdam and is about 60 miles in length. Some of the windmills in the Netherlands are used to drainage. They would pump the water out of the lowlands back into the rivers so the land could be used for farming. You have until the end of November to post a fun fact about either tulips, canals or windmills. Make sure you have at least 100 words in your post. You will receive 15 Diamonds for each post, and may earn Diamonds for up to 2 posts. (Your second post may be to comment on the post of another person or post a new and great 'fact' about tulips, canals or windmills.)
  5. It's official! The BIG GUY has arrived at the Macy's Day Parade... the Christmas season is upon us! 104 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/l7dV88x finished - https://imgur.com/a/wWxpBQh
  6. Watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade right now - 104 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/o2j7WHp finished - https://imgur.com/a/xpAfTct
  7. I'll be baking some of these tomorrow - 100 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/W5sxFxp yes it says 143, but I did the 100 piece puzzle.. I just forgot to take a screen shot of it finished - https://imgur.com/a/dnmtsZj
  8. The First Thanksgiving - 104 pieces - we're getting ready for the day too... ours will be indoors... too cold were we are to be feasting outside unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/DKo3Vgs finished - https://imgur.com/a/IZzKxUW
  9. The Province I am writing about is the Province of Gelderland, it was named after the German city of Geldern. Gelderland is the largest of the Provinces, it is 1,983 sq miles (5,136 km) large with 67 sq miles (173 km) is water. The capital of Gelderland is Arnhem. The population of Gelderland, as of 2019, was 2,084,478. It has the largest forest of all the Provinces, The Velume and also the Rhine runs through it. A Fun Fact - In the 2001 movie A Knight's Tale , William Thatcher (played by Heath Ledger) pretends to be a knight known as "Ulrich von Lichtenstein from Gelderland". Another Fun Fact - (at least for me) the town I live in was named after Gelderland. The area I live in was known as New Netherlands which was an established colony of the Dutch West India Company. When the town officially formed a government in 1803, they renamed it Guilderland after the Province of Gelderland. We have a strong Dutch culture here. You can find it in names of streets, historic buildings and there are still many descendants of original colonists who live here. Right in my hamlet, we have a historic Dutch house that dates back to 1734, it even still has the original Dutch door on it.
  10. My favorite activity - the Jigsaw Puzzle. This is a beautiful picture from the Province of Gelderland. This Province is special to me, to find out why, read my discussion post! Jigsaw - https://www.jigsawplanet.com/?rc=play&pid=22482576c1d8&pieces=143 Here is a direct link for the Jigsaw puzzle shown above: Kasteel Well Gelderland Jigsaw Puzzle Earn 25 Diamonds by completing this Jigsaw and posting it below by or before the end of November. Please remember to keep your graphic images to 600x600 or smaller. Thank you
  11. Here is the Word Search I mentioned in the Discussion post. Word Search Direct link to Netherlands Word Search link to LARGE Netherlands Word Search Find the names of the listed Provinces and send me your search result in a Sett PM titled "Wonders - Netherlands Wordsearch" by the end of November and earn 30 Diamonds.
  12. This week we will focus on the 12 Provinces that make up the Netherlands. Look through the list of Provinces on this week's Word Search (yes it's a sneaky way to get you see the Word Search and perhaps give it a try) and find a Province to do a little research on. Post a fact or two you learned about said Province. Since there are 12, try not to repeat a Province until (hopefully) we have a fact for each one. If you post a picture to go along with your fact, please be sure that it is 600x600 or smaller. If you post a larger picture than that, Parker (our Sett poltergeist) might shrink it down ... so it's good if you do it. (If you are new to graphics, and/or wonder how to shrink down a picture to post in here) read this and find a couple of different ways to make sure your picture is the correct size.) You have until the end of November to post something awesome about the Netherlands. Make sure you have at least 100 words in your post. If you post a picture, please be sure you have at least 20 words which describe the picture and why it is indicative of an 'awesome' fact about the Netherlands. You will receive 15 Diamonds for each post, and may earn Diamonds for up to 2 posts. (Your second post may be to comment on the post of another person or post a new and great 'fact' about the Netherlands.)
  13. Our first snow was yesterday... not that it amounted to much, just a light dusting and was gone by the afternoon - 114 pieces unfinished - https://imgur.com/a/489Pv81 finished - https://imgur.com/a/XwzuBBG
  14. I want to thank everyone who took the time to wander over to the Sett to take part in Huffleween 2022. I hope you all enjoyed the activities and also had a fun Halloween in your home towns. The Diamond Count has been totaled and you can see your "take" in the chart below. We had 5 participates who earned the 2022 Hufflepuff Award for taking part in half or more of the activities. Huffleween Totals Anne-Marie Gagne - 15 (15 - - - - - - - ) Caius Magnusson - 190 ( 15 30 30 30 30 30 25) Harry Walles - 205 (30 30 30 30 30 30 25 -) Kalgri Sicaria - 65 (15 - - - - - 25 25) Louis Walles - 205 (30 30 30 30 30 30 25 -) Prof. Felicia Hartwick - 65 (15 - - - - - 25 25) Prof. Tarma Amelia Black - 230 (30 30 30 30 30 30 25 25) Prof. Will Lestrange - 215 (15 30 30 30 30 30 25 25) Raevia Ward - 40 (15 - - - - - 25 -) Rhaneyra Black - 15 (15 - - - - - - -) Skylar Peyton - 45 (15 30 - - - - - -) Award Caius Magnusson Harry Walles Louis Walles Prof. Tarma Amelia Black Prof. Will Lestrange Thank you again for taking part.
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