I am very appreciative you stopped by my page...thank you! Have a sweet night. I just got on tonight for the first time since Feb. 2012...sorry for delay in thank you yet I NEVER forget to say thank you...just been on a wildlife adventure...it was west of the Grand Canyon and now I am in the forest with lions & bears & wolves...in snowy weather as well...I am very tired...just popped in for the night to do laundry than head back to my adventure-
"I just told the backyard critters they sold~they are excited :)"
Your satisfaction is the greatest recognition we can have...We look forward to your honest feedback on your recent purchase; (3)Rabbit, (3)There's No Place On Earth Like..., (3)horned lizard, (3)Arizona Western Diamondback Ra..., (12)Arizona Guard Dog, (3)Tarantula, (3)Canyon Tree Frog, (3)Arizona Green Bird Grasshopper..., (2)Owl, (1)Tarantula Hawk, (12)S M I L E, (2)Saguaro, (1)"Maw Knows Best", (2)Desert Spiny Lizard,(2)Arizona Horned Sidewinder Ratt..., (3)Arizona Cactus Wren, & (2)Gila Monster. I'd like to personally invite you to visit us again in the future for I lost over 800+ items & hope to rebuild my page as time undfolds...I welcome all kinds of feedback too. We all have our own ways of thinking & I love Zazzle but I personally wish the shipping fees were less & I have never had a concern to their postcards but I have with tees & magnets yet they are 100% about you being happy & so am I...that is why I choose Zazzle as my base for uploading my adventures...all I do is create item & they do the rest :) ENJOY "J" from Northfield, IL~I hope to see you again.
I finally made it home :)...well, this has been an odd week for me...explain soon to you Sue but had to log on to thank "P-C" for their bulk purchase the other day...I have not been on a pc since last week+
Have a Happy Easter!
ツ Thank You "P" from Atlanta, GA for your bulk purchase (4/17/2011 3:56:02 PM
About your town; Eugene.
Nickname(s): Emerald Valley, The Emerald City Motto: The World's Greatest City of the Arts and Outdoors
Eugene is named after its founder, Eugene Franklin Skinner. In 1846, Skinner erected the first cabin in the area. It was used as a trading post and was registered as an official post office on January 8, 1850. At this time the location was known as Skinner's Mudhole. Skinner founded Eugene in 1862 and later ran a ferry service across the Willamette River where the Ferry Street Bridge now stands (read more: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eugene,_Oregon)