Wednesday, February 3, 2021

THIS MONTH'S QUIZ QUESTIONS - ANSWERS TOMORROW


What color is Absinthe? 


Where is The Sea of Tranquility? 


Which country has the world's most ancient forest?


What bulbs were once exchanged as a form of currency?


What is the hardest rock?


What is the painting "La Gioconda" more usually known as?



Thanks for joining in.  No pressure here, sometimes I know the answers, sometimes I don't, sometimes I get a refresher on what I knew but have forgotten.  However, it was fun to learn and I hope you feel the same.  

Enjoy your day.





(photo of sheep taken in England 2015)



24 comments:

  1. The only one of these I know is the hardest rock - diamond. No clue on the rest.

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  2. I know the first two and the rock but not the others. Hope all is well and that you are keeping safe. Diane

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    1. Thank you Diane :) We are being very safe thank you Diane, and I hope you too are well and safe.

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  3. Will look forward to the answers, good ones.

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  4. I will learn lots on this one because I don't know any of the answers.

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    1. Thanks Red, I look forward to seeing you tomorrow :)

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  5. Interesting questions that I only have guesses for! :)

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  6. Martha - I said diamond, too. But I couldn't wait for the answers. I had to see how well I did. I 100% got 2, 4 and 6 correct. I 50% got 1 correct (my research said it also could be....the color I guessed). I blew it on 3 and 5. I love trivia!

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    1. Hello Peruby, I love it too. Thanks for joining in :)

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  7. I only know one. I think Absinthe is green. Love your sheepphoto!

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    1. Hi Ginny, thanks for coming to see what the questions are :) Glad you enjoyed those sheep. We followed them for about a mile with them at a frost trot. We were in no hurry, there were no cars behind us and we gave them their space :) They eventually turned left onto the hillside and they were gone. Such a lovely little interlude in the day.

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  8. I've got four of them: moon, diamond, tulip, Mona Lisa. It depends on how one defines a forest- living or fossilized.

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    1. Well done William! You knew more than I did :)

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  9. I'll be checking on the answers, Denise. I know three of them for sure and maybe one other. I love your sheep photo! They always make me smile.

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    1. That's great Martha Ellen, sheep always makes me smile too, and now my niece has pet sheep and when she sends me photos they always make me smile :)

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  10. Ha! I've been to the ancient forest several times :)

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    1. How great Margaret, have you ever made a post about that trip? I would love to see it :)

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