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April 2022 Issue

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Funniest Thing

This month’s winner KEVIN EDWARDS of Albuquerque, New Mexico:

Some 10 years ago I went to France with my wife, my sister and my brother-in-law. We enjoyed the sights in Paris for several days, then decided to visit Giverny, the house and gardens of the French Impressionist painter Claude Monet.

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"Aboard the Saga Sapphire on a cruise with Saga Cruises in 2013, we tried Eton mess. This British dessert is traditionally served at Eton College’s annual July 4 prize-giving celebration. It consists of strawberries, sugar, heavy cream and baked meringue. It is delicious!"

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Where in the World?

March 2022
Vardzia "The Ponderer" -- a sculpture in Canillo, Andorra -- created by artist Miguel Angel Gonzalez
submitted by David & Phyllis Stolls of Riverside, California
Five people submitted answers for this -- and all were correct!
April 2022
Vardzia Cave Monastery (also referred to as a "cave city") -- in Vardzia, located in the southern portion of Georgia (in the Caucasus)
submitted by Arlene Obetts of Rockford, Michigan
Fifteen answers were submitted so far -- 11 of which were correct.