Polly 7 on December 30th, 2010

This was my first trip to Africa so I was an excited little frog.   I visited Ethiopia and travelling this country is like hopping back in time.  The people in Ethiopia use a different calender, the year there now is 2003, and they celebrate the new year in mid-September.  They also use a different […]

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Polly 12 on December 30th, 2010

On my (Polly 12) last adventure I hopped around Ricketts Glenn State Park that is located about 30 minutes north of Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. To continue my hiking adventure, we traveled about another 30 minutes north of Rickets Glenn to arrive at Worlds End State Park in Sullivan County, Pennsylvania. This is another Pennsylvania State Park […]

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Polly 12 on December 30th, 2010

      Ricketts Glenn State Park is located between Williamsport and Wilkes-Barre in Central Pennsylvania. The park is comprised of over 13,000 acres and is spread across three counties. This state park is like a lot of other parks. There is a lake for fishing, boating and swimming and there are a ton of […]

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Polly35 on December 30th, 2010

Merry Christmas from Polly #35. My family and I traveled several hours to visit the extended family. We traveled to Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Maryland before heading home to West Virginia. I hope that you enjoy sharing in the “Hoppy Holiday Season.”

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Polly 3 on December 24th, 2010

Candee usually decorates her Christmas tree with snowman ornaments, but I decided to shake things up a bit this year by adding a bit of froggy flair to her tree. Can you find my special ornament? Merry Christmas from our pad to yours! 5 people like this post. Like Unlike

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Polly 3 on December 24th, 2010

Polly #40 has enjoyed many Christmas traditions this year including celebrating St. Nicholas Tag, making Christmas cookies, hanging out in a manger, and lighting the advent wreath. The four candles represent the four weeks of Advent, the circle which has no beginning or end symbolizes the eternity of God, and the evergreens represent continuous life […]

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Polly 13 on December 22nd, 2010

I’m German and while growing up, I never saw any of the American Christmas shows that many of you are familiar with, so when Polly #13 told me about the Grinch , I had no clue who or what she was talking about! She wanted to show me the Grinch, so we watched the Christmas […]

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polly98 on December 16th, 2010

Meet Polly 98 and her family. My name is Bonnie and I am a law librarian. These are my 5 grandchildren. Eliya is 8, Shira and Noah are 5 (cousins not siblings), and Joshua and Nathaniel are 1 (again cousins not siblings) Most of the places that I go are with some or all of […]

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Polly 104 on December 13th, 2010

Hello, I’m a grandma.  I got Polly 104 for my ten grandchildren.  When their family plans for a travel time Polly will be sent along.  I’m excited to see where  she might go! For now—we have pictures with Polly’s founders while vendoring at the PA Christmas Show in Harrisburg, PA.  Happy traveling all you fun […]

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Polly 3 on December 12th, 2010

      Christmas in Germany brings forth images of nutcrackers, Christmas markets, Christmas trees, hand-carved wooden ornaments, and sweets, but did you know that German children are visited by St. Nicholas prior to Christmas? December 6th is known as St. Nicholas Day and on the evening of the 5th, children clean their shoes and […]

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