I'll show you mine/you show me yours - T 2/23/21

Annie Deighnaugh

This week, we'll look at things we have:

T - something from out of state

W - something from out of country

Th - something we inherited

Fr - something with meaning


So today, show me something you have that's from out of state.


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Annie Deighnaugh

Hand carved Akua bought on our trip to Hawaii which was back in the 1980s.

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maire_cate

A Hudson River School oil that we bought in upstate NY.


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jim_1 (Zone 9A)


Sand paintings from New Mexico

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jrb451

Ceiling tile from the Albuquerque Indian School.


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lgmd_gaz

The little crock/jar on my end table is from The Wizard of Clay Pottery shop in the Finger Lakes Region of New York and the wood box is from a shop in New Mexico. When you are traveling by motorcycle, your souvenirs are small and few.


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eld6161

While in Sedona, we took a drive to Jerome. Had lunch in the Asylum,

toured the town, shops and galleries. A fun day.


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OutsidePlaying

A giclee I bought in Kauai from artist James Hoyle. He painted this after viewing the Hale Bopp comet.


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Lars

More Hudson Valley art; this is a watercolor painting that my brother did when he was living in Albany and a student at SUNY.

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Annie Deighnaugh

Lars, that looks to be Olana...


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Michele

My husband and I bought this wall bed in 2005. It was worth every cent. It frees up space in this NYC apartment. I love it.

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jrb451

@eld6161, loved Jerome!

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nickel_kg

Iron Mountain Stoneware, made in Laurel Bloomery, Tennessee. I'd always thought Laurel Bloomery was named for the laurel that covers the mountains there, but per Wikipedia, "A bloomery is a type of furnace once used widely for smelting iron from its oxides. The bloomery was the earliest form of smelter capable of smelting iron. Bloomeries produce a porous mass of iron and slag called a bloom." So the area was named for the iron the mountain produces, not the lovely flower produced by the evergreen shrub. Regardless, I love the stoneware.


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nicole___

A photo box we purchased for ALL our memorable dive photos. ☺

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jim_1 (Zone 9A)

Olana is a wonderful spot. I strongly encourage others to go there. If nothing else, the views are great!

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happy2b…gw

A little guy from my walk on the beach in Florida.


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murraysmom Zone 6a OH

A painting from Key West, FL. I went to see the Hemingway House and this artist was set up and painting outside on the street. I loved his work and bought this piece. It hangs over my bed. I love the colors and the feeling it evokes.


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Lars

It looks like they have added awning to Olana. Those were not there when Kevin visited it.

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Ded tired

This is a T-shirt from a restaurant in New Jersey where I worked about a thousand years ago. Had such a fun summer that I saved the t-shirt all these years.


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sealavender

My tea this morning...


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olychick

Oregon Museum of Science and Industry


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Uptown Gal

Kellogg's Inter-National Headquarters..Battle Creek, MI



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jlhug


A baleen basket made by E. Attungana , an Alaskan native. Purchased in a native village on one of my husband’s many trips to small native villages while we lived in Alaska. Wish we were still there.

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