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Great story Su thanks.
'twas measured by those peanuts Ardy . . . lol.It actually reminds me of a true story from when I was at primary school and on a school trip to some caverns in Derbyshire. The guide told us about a bottomless pit in the caverns saying "It is so deep if you throw something down you will not be able to hear it land." To demonstrate he threw a small rock/pebble down the hole and almost immediately there was a load splash, a gaggle of giggling 9(ish) year olds and one very red-faced tour guide . . . lol
You are very welcome, Dagmar.
Thanks for a good chuckle. :))
I still wouldn't want to fall in. Thanks for coming by, Suzy.
They almost had me believing!!!
Thanks, Ank. Glad you had fun.
Always good to have words defined, right, Hanne? Now we know how deep bottomless is.
Fun, I like it.
Just so you know......!! Thanks so very much Ardy, it's awfully funny!!
That depends on your viewpoint, Magda. But it sounds good to me.
You're welcome, Pat. Now we know how deep the earth is? No wonder kids think they can dig to China!!!
Wow, bottomless is where at 65 feet? It should be at least -65, no?
65 ft and it's bottomless ... Love it .... thanks Ardy
A long way from it, Barb, I would say! LOL
Thanks, Lucy. Are you getting better? How about those grand babies?
Not quite bottomless. LOL
OH my here we go again with the sillys, thanks