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Saturday, May 17, 2014

Vintage Digi Freebie.....

Today is "Learn to Swim Day"
I love to swim.  



Did you know.....

* Benjamin Franklin was an expert swimmer and invented swimming fins out of wood when he was a teenager.

* Using their trunks as natural snorkels, elephants can swim as many as 20 miles a day!

* A rat can tread water for up to 3 days.

20 comments:

  1. Thank you for the freebie and the interesting information,
    Love Christine in Italy xx

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  2. Thank you! Interesting tidbits! xx

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  3. Love the history facts. Wood fin who. Would of though, must have made your feet sore. Thank you.

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  4. Thanks for the image, another great one, thank you.

    Love the info too.

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  5. Another great swimming image - loving these. Thanks for the interesting facts too,.

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  6. Thanks, Paulette & for the snippets of info too.

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  7. love this digi...thanks so much Paulette!

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  8. Wonderful image! I didn't know those facts either! Thank you! :)

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  9. Thanks for the digi and the random facts Paulette - the only one that did not make me smile was the last one
    Blessings
    Maxine

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  10. Fab digi, thank you very much

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  11. Thanks Paulette!
    Carol O

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  12. wow those are some very interesting facts! Thank you for the great image!

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  13. Interesting facts, thanks for the freebie!

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  14. What a beautiful image...Thanks, Paulette!

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  15. Thank you for this image and sharing the swimming facts. I enjoyed reading them. Edwina Brown

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  16. Thanks for the wonderful image and facts.

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Thank you for your comments, they are appreciated.
Paulette