Little tidbits to ponder or make you smile!

The phrase “What were they thinking” usually follows an action or response that was deemed questionable. Our intent is to make you ponder and maybe smile a bit.

 

Today’s Quote

John Muir

“Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. Nature’s peace will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop away from you like the leaves of Autumn.” ― John Muir

 

 Trivia

Question: What kind of an animal is known as a horned toad? Answer below

Jeopardy: Who is afraid of mice? Answer in the next “What Were They Thinking?”

Yesterday’s Jeopardy Answer: What is Hugh Hefner’s jet plane (named the Big Bunny).

 

 Fun Fact

Colorado switched mile marker “420” to “419.99” to stop people from stealing it.

 

 This Day in History

In 1927, Lindburgh lands in Paris – after 1st solo across Atlantic. 

 

 National “What” Day

National Endangered Species Day 

 

 Groans or Laughs

Don’t interrupt someone working intently on a puzzle. Chances are, you’ll hear some crosswords.

 

Mountain icon National Park History

Established May 30, 1934, the Everglades National Park is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States. This mangrove and tropical rainforest ecosystem and marine estuary is home to 36 protected species, including the Florida pantherAmerican crocodile, and West Indian manatee. Some areas have been drained and developed; restoration projects aim to restore the ecology.

                   

 Trivia Answer

A Lizard

 


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