Monday, October 24, 2022

did you know ..........well maybe ....maybe not .....

 

some more info for you to  get.......... or not  .....who knows  ....i didn't .......i do now ..........



Lencois Maranhenses National Park.    This park is actually located in Brazil, part desert, part lake.

Marble Caverns.  In Chile these marble caves are a result of saltwater erosion.  The water is so clear the bottom is viewed easily.
In Hastings, Ne this museum is all about Bigfoot.  Apparently, there are Bigfoot sightings all over the U.S., not just the north west as most believe.
The Winchester house is located in San Jose, California and was the home of Sarah Winchester.  After the death of her husband, who started the Winchester Rifle company, Sara built miles of secret passageways, false doors, and secret rooms used to confuse evil spirits, as some would say.


This handheld toy is known as the Bop It. It was an audio game which featured a series of commands with buttons, pull handles, twisting cranks, and switches in which the pace would speed up as the player progressed.
A step up from the Big Wheel is the Power Wheel! These battery-powered ride-on toys allowed for kids to 'drive' their own car! This was definitely on a birthday wish list if you were a kid in the '90s!
Beanie Babies were a huge fad in the '90s, but for those who have held on to these stuffed animals, they can see financial gain for their increased resale value.
Power forward Karl Malone earned himself the nickname “The Mailman” when he played for Louisiana Tech University where he “always delivered.”


This handheld toy is known as the Bop It. It was an audio game which featured a series of commands with buttons, pull handles, twisting cranks, and switches in which the pace would speed up as the player progressed.
A step up from the Big Wheel is the Power Wheel! These battery-powered ride-on toys allowed for kids to 'drive' their own car! This was definitely on a birthday wish list if you were a kid in the '90s!
Beanie Babies were a huge fad in the '90s, but for those who have held on to these stuffed animals, they can see financial gain for their increased resale value.
Power forward Karl Malone earned himself the nickname “The Mailman” when he played for Louisiana Tech University where he “always delivered.”

Die Rakotzbruck.  Known as the devils bridge, this structure in Germany, casts a shadow making a perfect circle from any angle you look.  
Travertine Pools.  These pools in Turkey are fed by a warm natural spring and are visited by locals and tourists regularly.
There are more than 5,000 mustard's from more than 70 countries on display at this museum in Middleton, Wisconsin...if you don't like mustard, this is not the place for you.
In Lake City, Colorado severalMarble Caverns.  In Chile these marble caves are a result of saltwater erosion.  The water is so clear the bottom is viewed easily.
Although it’s not the most creative nickname in the world, former New York Yankee shortstop and third baseman goes by the name “A-Rod.”
It’s no surprise Floyd Mayweather goes by the nickname “Money,” with his lavish lifestyle and being one of the highest paid athletes in the world.
NBA star Dwight Howard earned the nickname “Superman,” stemming from his outfit and his abilities in the 2008 Slam Dunk contest. prospectors walked into the snowy mountains and Packer came back to town 66 days later looking well fed and had all his companions money.



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