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Monday, February 16, 2009

February Quiz: Muddy Bench


OK, it is quiz time again.

Obviously it was quite muddy when I passed by this bench on one of my walks. Maybe it would look a lot better in summer-time.

If you sat here one day, what do you think you might be viewing?

I'll give you the answer next Monday.

16 comments:

Wayne said...

Ok, I'll take a stab.

The canal?

Denise said...

Maybe a football pitch?

Lynette said...

The Peak Forest Canal is my guess, Gerald.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

How about the reservoir where you can now fish. cant remember the name

अविनाश said...

may be play ground.. soccer one

Gail's Man said...

I suppose it depends on which of the four sides you are sitting. I guess there must be a train line there & like some others have said, a canal.

KAZ said...

Well I would say the canal - but it's already been done - so how about 'ducks'?

RuneE said...

You have been delighting us with pictures from the canals lately. I guess that we see the path alongside one of them and that in summer we would have seen a beautiful canal with all the trimmings. (No Google Maps or searching the net this time ;-) )

Dick said...

I think you see a walking path and trees, lots of trees, lol.

Pam said...

I'm not sure but I can't wait to find out!

Mediterranean kiwi said...

a river

Cezar and Léia said...

One horse!
:-)Léia

Jackie said...

Thanks for your comment today!

I'm guessing it's on the edge of a quarry that has grown over.

Babooshka said...

The sensible answer is a train track otherwise I prefer waiting for Godot.

Rose said...

I don't know but will be back to find out.

Old Wom Tigley said...

The River Tame...

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