First up is the Mexico card. It's a wonderful view of Mexico City and the Popocatepetl volcano. This active volcano is in Central Mexico, just 70 km southeast of Mexico City.. More than 15 major eruptions have been recorded since 1519.
Now for the Czech Republic. This is a fine panorama shot of Prague showing The Prague Castle, St. Nicholas Church and Charles Bridge. Jean Pierre gets the thanks for this one. The card came with 2 nice large stamps and 2 very clear cancellations. The stamp on the left was issued in 2000 for Mining Rights and the stamp on the right , in 2008 celebrates 100 hundred years of Ice Hockey. And, of course as a Canadian I always love to receive a stamp celebrating hockey.
Last card for today is from Hawkes Bay, Newfoundland. A town of about 400 located at the mouth of the Torrent River on the Great Northern Peninsula, Hawkes Bay was named by James Cook in 1766. Kim's postcard shows a dory moored off in Newfoundland. I don't believe it to be in Hawkes Bay, though. Another Bay Wildlife definitive with a clear socked-on-the-nose cancellation is found on this card.
That's it for cards this time. Thanks to Ana, Bruce, Jean Pierre and Kim for the cards. Hope you enjoyed seeing these postcards and if you did, why not let me know. Comments are always welcome.
I won't commit to when the next update will be, but I truly hope it will be very soon. Take care.