This week over at Every Inchie Monday the theme is Ecuador. I knew that Ecuador was near the equator but I did not know that it actually cuts through the country! So very interesting that you can go for a walk and go from one hemisphere to the next! Or stand on both at the same time!!!
|Not me but I sure wish I was there!|
That is it for me this week. I am hoping to get more time to bead this coming week. One can hope! Anyways, don't forget to fly on over to EIM and check out the other road trips that everyone else is taking. Have a blessed and creative week!
Great idea for your inchie! I would like to stand across the equator line also!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I think it would be a cool thing to do.Delete
A very clever idea for your inchie.ReplyDelete
A great idea for the beading! I've never stood on both halves or even the southern half but I did manage to paddle in the Pacific & Atlantic a week apart lol.ReplyDelete
Wow! That is super cool!Delete
Great story and inchie. I saw on a Michael Palin documentory in Africa where he demonstrated with water at the Equator to prove that water empties clockwise from a bath in one hemisphere, and anticlockwise in the other...not sure which, but he certainly enjoyed demonstrating the fact! I have never been in the Northern hemisphere...DxReplyDelete
that is awesome. I have not seen that but I have heard about it. BTW, I have not ever been in the Southern hemisphere, lolDelete
Love your inchie! That was a great idea. Glad you are pumped about yes.fit! Check out their FB site, the support there is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Thanks Cathy, I just purchased a new tracker since mine is AWOL. I cant wait to get the first race.Delete
I think it is a very original take on Ecuador.ReplyDelete