But Roger, near our summer home, where there's a strong Scandinavian influence, we can buy mugs with "uff da" on them, and books of Ole and Lena jokes! I bet you can't buy much that's Mongolian!!
HA HA HA HA HA! No, you're right Marilyn. We can't even buy "uffda" mugs, nor Ole and Lena books!
Did you know that the norwegians who worked the Hawaiian sugarcane fields in the 17th century were called "akkameis". It's from "akka meg" which losely translates to "Oh dear oh dear". They were not used to the heat so they moaned "akkameg" all the time.
Which reminds me my first dialog with a native Hawaiian. She entered our hotelroom with breakfast saying, Aloha. I answered Halloja. Which translates to Hi there! She repeated it, ..... so did I. Then she gave up, thinking whatever she was thinking.
No, I didn't know. Thanks for information and story!
Ok Marilyn Whiteley ,Beautifull your foto,
i have an foto similar of yours , can you see in my collection Auguri ciao, bye bye
from Velletri to italy . See you soon.
Thank you, Fabio. You have a very good collection. Greetings from Canada.
A yellow star not only for this photo, but for your whole collection. Best regards, Liviu.
Thank you for your very kind words, Liviu. You have an excellent collection. Greetings from Canada, Marilyn
WOW!!!! An amazing photo! Your gallery Marilyn is full of great pictures!!!!! Cheers, EDITA :)
Many thanks, EDITA, for your visit and your kind comments. Cheers, Marilyn
Nice contrast, so leave is very bright.
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Photo taken in Exhibition Park, Guelph, ON, Canada
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