Lol - it does look like where you might want to retire, though darling...
A good way to go...goo goo...that's when I spell ''go'' wrong... No stupid farewell parties...or announcements.
Oak Harbor, Washington
..er...ahem...Victoria, Vancouver Island, BC.
United States of America!
Xiao Shan,Central China ( mountain range)
Seneca Falls, NY
Xanadu... A repeat... I dislike X,Y's, Z's and sometimes Q's... Feel free to repeat untill we get to the good ones...:-)
Don't worry - here's a picture, which might inspire you:
Orangeville, Ontario Canada
Image doesn't show...but thanks anyway...Marianne!!
Too bad, I'll try another one:
Lovely! I'll bet housing is expensive there.
Lol - I suppose that it depends on the available means, spaces and materials and ecologically compatible measures, as the environment is very sensible. There's also the problem with melting ice and a massive release of methane during the warmer seasons, not to mention pollution.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada!
Correct; it is the capital of the Republic of Croatia:
Hamilton, ON, Canada!
Jasper, Alberta Canada
There are two in Bulgaria:
Xingu River, Brazil
Hoboken, New Jersey (near where Bruce Springseen lives...lol)
Jaipur, India... (...was close to visiting it at one point)
Starz has you blocked? Not good for the game...:-)
Bungle Bungles, Bungle Bungle Range, Western Australia
Lol - yes, it is a funny name; the Bungle Bungles are part of the Bungle Bungle range, Purnululu National Park (lol):
Fernandina Beach, FL
Danxia Mountains, China
Jamestown Colony, VA
Venice Beach, Florida
There's one in FLA, too?
Yep, west coast, right between Tampa and Ft. Myers.
Xudun, North Somalia
Zacatecas (historical centre), Mexico
Hay Lake, Canada
Xenia, China China is great for this letter.
(highest mountain of Iceland)
Now, you can't tell me you didn't google...:-)
The spelling - lol!
I thought first of the Hérault river or the Hudson, or a city like Helsinki, but that would have been too easy ...
Actually, Havanna without "a" and "Nadal" combined, are not too hard to remember, but I was stuck with something rather impolite, like "schnock" (or chnoque), in English "idiot, imbecile", or "schnook" - lol.
Lol - I felt a bit naughty; it sounds too funny!
Now, I hope that you get the notifications ...
I hope that this can generate a notification.
Nunavut, Ontario, Canada.
Orléans, France or Olgas (The Olgas or Mount Olga, i.e. Kata Tjuta), in Australia for Ozzyboy
Thank you Marianne!
You're welcome, Sukiesnow!
Oil City, PA
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Winnipesaukee Lake, NH
Connemara National Park, Ireland
As promised: here's a bookmark.
It's okay now but thank... I was just on today...but if I'm not on for a couple of days it means I've lost the file... Then you can send me a book mark...
O.K. - lol!
Ephrata, PA or Washington
Fraser River, Canada
Lol - of course, it is a Canadian river.
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
Kamloops, Alberta, Canada
Lol - there is no "quelque chose" (something), but you can try Quelmes:
Lol.. I made it up. Feel free to do all the X, Ys, Zs and Qs from now on...:-)
(I don't Google...so I have to think)
I first thought of Quimper or Quiberon, but you know that I am checking, when I see something unusual - lol. And there are often different spellings, depending on the language.
Tombermorry Ontario, Canada
Yamachiche, Quebec, Canada
Thank you, Sukiesnow!
Strange - not found ...
Could it be something like:
That looks like a joke - lol.
Yes... That's the one it is... Kennebunkport. Thank you!
Lol - you're welcome - so, it was an accident, and you are not the only one having troubles with typing; several users mentioned problems with skipped letters, words and spelling checkers.
X, Y, Z
Xi'an, China - Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar - Zhelin lake, China
Derby Line, VT
Hazel Green, AL
Kissel Hill, PA
Tagus River (Toledo)
U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Have a go if you like Marianne!!
Uluru (Ayers Rock, Australia)
Vanuatu (Republic of V., Pacific island nation)
Wake Island (or Wake Atoll, Pacific)
Xanten (historic town in NRW, Germany)
Yakutsk (Siberia, Russia)
Zinal (village, Switzerland)
And I've been to them all!
Tonawanda (North), N.Y.
Goddamit..fuck fuck fuck fuck...for fuck's sake here I go again, getting the X letter. Who here thinks I like getting it all the time...please... think again...and again...!
'Cause I don't...I love the X, but not 40 times in a row....!
I'm bypassing the X...my brain is mad - and moving on to Y....
I couldn't help chuckling - if you like forests and wood, maybe that
brings a touch of romance ...
You're welcome - oops, I was on the wrong "thread"; I am correcting:
Xaintrailles came to my mind, an old Castle in a small community with the same name:
a name from history, namely from the Hundert Years' War:
Wow, congratulations! Ypres is a historical place in Belgium:
I apologize for my outrage...there's no excuse for saying 5 fucks in a row.
Is this really a place? It threw me off...lol...I thought I was on the COOL WORDS game...lol again...so I started putting down well, COOL WORDS...
I think I need to take a bit of a break...
Lol - I was - mentally - on the wrong thread. While I entered my corrections, my curser got blocked, and I had to enter all my corrections again - about 90 min. lost.
No, zirconium is a chemical element (Zr).
I corrected with Zagreb ...
Perhaps Zirc Abbey, Hungary?
I am correcting:
Zagreb (the first to come into my mind today)
Eden, Garden of
Garden of Eden Valley, Gunung Mulu National Park, Borneo, Malaysia
I am late with the picture for Findhorn, Scotland:
Wow! It was once my dream to visit and stay in Findhorn.
Yes, I heard about the eco-village and the foundation.
I looked for an example, here's the Barrel House:
An excellent idea:
X, and Y...I'm passing by...
Antwerp / Anvers - BE
I hope that it is visible now.
Maybe that this link will help:
A very rare critter is still found Ethiopia, the endangered Ethiopian wolf.
Oh,.. I don't know about it
Lol - did you neglect all the reading links ?
Oh, maybe that you need to fresgh up the page; sometimes, there are some incompatibilities between systems.
You know a lot about the contents of the earth. Marianne
Well - I like wildlife and vegetation.
Suyanto, if you are complimenting me, why the downvote?
See my comment with the link about the Ethiopian wolf.
Portland, Oregon USA
Vollendam, The Netherlands
Xlangkhouang, Taungoo Empire
Hérault river, France
Jutland, Denmark (peninsula)
Lena (river), Siberia
Like your rivers...it seems...:-)
Rivers, lakes, mountains, valleys, plains, the seas, vegetation, wildlife - they are the essential, visible ingredients of the beauty of our planet's nature.
We have indeed some impressing cliffs and canyons in the mountains - but the rivers are much smaller.
(Tamina Gorge, CH)
Qatar (one of the few Q's not requiring a u)
Zambezi River (Victoria Falls)
Bellinzona (castle), Switzerland
Flinders Ranges, South Australia
Inarijärvi (Lake Inari)
(cliff south of the "Grand Luberon")
Neva River, St. Petersburg, Russia
Popocatepetl - Mexico
Titicaca (Lake on the Andes seen from Bolivia)
Pick up previously used X,Y, and Z if it gets too hard...
Finisterre Range, Papua New Guinea
Zakopane, Tatras Mountains, Poland
Blue Mountains (Australia)
I couldn't resist!
Reminds me of the Blue Grass of Kentucky....
That must have been a sight too.
Dnieper River (Ukraine)
Union Deposit, PA
Volga river, Russia
(Tver', St Catherine Church)
Pinnacles (The Pinnacles), Nambung Nat. Park, Australia
Ural Range, Russia
Altai Range (Russian side)
Jannu (Eastern Nepal)
(Ice and Snow Festival)
Pocomoke City, MD
Rio de Janeiro
Upper Marlboro, MD
White Horse, PA
York Beach, Maine
Start again with A!
How about another thread, this one has become unwieldy?
Hello Ozzyboy - Sukiesnow is absent and asked me to help to keep her threads going.
Is it o.k. for you to go on and wait for her return, so that she can open a new thread?
Hi! She did let me know that she was going away. Sure, I can wait
Thank you, Ozzyboy!
And we are going on!
Suyanto, we will go on till Sukiesnow is back.
Blue Ball, PA
Cluny (historical city and abbey, France)
( Dominica is a mountainous Caribbean island )
Very good: here's your picture of Dominica:
Fujiyama, Mountains in Japanhttp://data.amirite.net/user_images/56b70ba296995.jpg
Grand Teton Peak (Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming)
Irrawaddy river, Myanmar
This is no place - lol.
Pittsburg Co, OK
Wildman River, Australia
Balaton (lake), Hungary
Eurotas river (Greece)
Mekong river (Laos)
Po river (near Torino, Italy)
Rwenzori Mountains (Africa, Uganda/DR of Congo)
Xi River (China)
Zabriskie Point, Death Valley
Blue Mountains, Australia
Dnister River (in Ukraine)
Jequiá river, Brazil
Lena river (Russia)
Pilatus (Mount Pilatus)
Rhône delta (Camargue)
Eure river (Chartres)
Guilin (city), China
Inarijärvi or Lake Inari
Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles), Australia
Mungo National Park, NSW, Australia
Okavango Delta, Botswana
Quirinale or Quirinal Hill (ancient ruins), Rome, Italy
Wadden Sea (Denmark, Netherlands, Germany)
Baffin Island, Canada
Drakensberg (Afrikaans for Dragon Mountain), South Africa
Joinville (Haute-Marne), France
Lake Ladoga - Russia (near St. Petersburg)
Ruza River, Russia
Saint Lawrence River
There's a Lakshmana Tirtha:
and there are sacred places called Tirtha (i.e. crossing, ford, ...):
Oh yeah,..? Tirta = Water, marianne
Lol - interesting!
Udaipur, India (well, there's much more to see in India)
Very much the history of your knowledge
Thank you, Suyanto.
Thank you, thank you, Suyanto!
yes,.. U re....U re.... U re..... welcome...marianne
Guadalquivir river, Spain
(Honshu, Main Island of Japan)
First time I've heard of it...
Lol - but you had the name in mind.
No, I didn't. I have a map on a wall...in bright light if I need some help it can provide inspiration.
Oh, I see.
My old atlas is all in pieces and totally outdated. I'd rather buy a new, big world map.
Incheon, South Korea
Hello, Sukiesnow; this link has become too slow - can you start a new thread for the game? Thank you.
New Thread to be opened.
(Creux du Van, CH)
(Santa Clause Village)
Nouméa, New Caledonia
Quezon City, Philippines
(Quezon Memorial Circle)
Tatra Mountains (Poland - Slovakia)
Vercors Massif (Mont-Aiguille), France
Aa (river in France)
Ouse (river), Yorkshire, GB
North Platte River, Wyoming
Paria Canyon (Vermillion Cliffs)