Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Day 6 of 600 posts blog giveaway

Today and tomorrow, I'll give you a topic upon which to comment. If you know the answer good, if you don't know the answer then that is good as well because I'll give you the answer.


These subjects are things I have discussed here on Olde Baggs n Stuft Shirts so if you've been following for awhile you'll know. If you are new, now you can get acquainted. All of this is so you can comment every day for 7 days to win a turquoise chip and heishi shell necklace made by me or a NQR heart. You can check back on the 11-18-11 post to see the photos.

What is the name of the beautiful mountain range that we see every day here in Albuquerque? The name means watermelon in Spanish.





The Sandia Mountains and to our south and east are the Manzano Mts. (apple in Spanish).
See you tomorrow and good luck.

9 comments:

  1. I would never have remembered those. I have barely even seen a mountain unless you count the landfill that we call MT. Trashy!!

    Happy Thanksgiving.

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  2. I have to say, BB, I did not know the answer. But I am in luck! You gave me the answer, so I can still be a winner! Hurray for Oma Linda!!

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  3. I did not know this one...maybe next time...good thing you gave us the answer...

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  4. Lol, I only knew these because I know my fruit names in Spanish! Lucky to see mountains everyday!

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  5. Hmm, apples and watermelon, an interesting combination... ;o)

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  6. I knew this one before you gave us the answer I just wasn't sure how to spell Sandia. Do you know the reason they're called the Sandia Mountains?

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  7. Manzano mountains...watermelon mountains ...sounds very intriguing and beautiful! Happy Happy Thanksgiving Blessings, Mary Helen

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  8. Linda, I have learned something new again! Thank you for the answer, because I would have not been able to comment ;o) It must be a beautiful view to look at all those mountains! Watermelon and apples? They must look yummy ;o)

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  9. Sandía and Manzano. I wonder if I can eat the first one (watermelon) under the second (apple tree)? Yum, you are surrounded by goodies ;-)

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