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Autumn Scene With Pumpkins And Corn Puzzle Details:

About: Autumn is here and we're getting into the season spirit with another fun and challenging fall themed puzzle. In this new one we're at a harvest festival featuring an Autumn themed arrangement made out of pumpkins and corn. Take a few minutes, put the image back together and relax with today's fall themed jigsaw. Have fun!
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Cherry Plum Tree

Cherry Plum Tree

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River Rocks

River Rocks

Of various shapes, sizes and colors the rivers rocks in today's puzzle are challenge to put back together. Select your difficulty level, start the game and put the round river rocks back together piece by piece. Have fun!
Fresh Apples And Flowers

Fresh Apples And Flowers

Take a few minutes and relax with today's new puzzle. In this new one we're in the garden picking some beautiful flowers and some fresh apples. If you didn't know, apples are using making different dishes, jams, are eaten raw and made into cider. Have fun!
Acorns And Autumn Leaves

Acorns And Autumn Leaves

Another fun Autumn themed puzzle is here. In this new one we feature a couple of acorns on top some colorful Autumn leaves. If you didn't know, the acorn is the nut of the oaks. Acorns play an important role in forest ecology. Many animals dependent on them as food source. Wildlife that consume acorns as an important part of their diets include birds, mice, squirrels and several other rodents, pigs, bears, and deer.
Cornelian Cherries

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Colorful Rag Rugs

Colorful Rag Rugs

Complete today's puzzle and put the colorful rag rugs back together. If you didn't know, rag rugs are generally used as a floor covering, or as a decorative feature. Rag rugs were commonly made in households up to the middle of the 20th century by using odd scraps of fabric on a background of old sacking.
Two Hot Air Balloons

Two Hot Air Balloons

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Tree Bark

Tree Bark

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