There's something in there for everyone, including the barcode. Also enclosed in this package that apparently arrived yesterday were two posters, the one on the left so beautiful that it seemed Erni must have constructed it. But instead he may have torn it off something as it is (on the left):
Love those bananas, wish I could smush them into a peanut butter sandwich! The peanuts were *excellent*, better than any we've had here. (Notice the past tense, they weren't here long.)
More wonderful Hamburg smashed cans. Some may wonder why these are a big deal to me. They're beautiful, and they are hard to come by here in a smallish town, even though summer people are here now making messes. They just don't stay on the street long enough to be run over by enough vehicles to bring out their best spirit. Hamburg clearly has enough traffic:
The one on the left is a new breed, and although the ingredients are listed on the bottom (flip side), they are in German, so I don't know what occupied this particular can. A tiny ham? Some sardines or other canned fish? There's a WWF logo on it, but I doubt it was a panda in this can.
The empty peanuts bag is on the table corner. It's all in German except for "FAIR FOR FRIENDS." We like that, Erni!
The box that these items were in is an artwork by itself, and in a comment the top of it and then the box sitting there open will be seen. Thank you again very much for May presents, Erni ... Great to come home to!