Posted by: blogone | July 26, 2006

Something to read in the bog?

bog |bäg; bôg|

noun

1 wet muddy ground too soft to support a heavy body : the island is a wilderness of bog | a peat bog figurative | a bog of legal complications. • Ecology wetland with acid, peaty soil, typically dominated by peat moss.

2 (usu. the bog) Brit., informal a bathroom.

Ireland’s National Museum said Wednesday that a 1,200-year-old Book of Psalms found by a construction worker in a bog was comparable in archaeological significance to “an Irish equivalent to the Dead Sea Scrolls.”

I’m going to have a good search around my bog later to see what I can find.

Boom Boom.

Pretty amazing.  For more click here

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