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Fibbing Friday Aug 6, 2021 – Why Not?

Di and Frank take turns hosting Fibbing Friday. Frank is up this week. It’s been a while since I participated but today it seems the right thing to do. Here goes!

Stretching from the Bering Strait, to the Strait of Magellan, what does the Continental Divide actually divide?

It is the imaginary line denoting which countries can serve a Continental Breakfast of course. 😏

What was the name of Denali before 2015?

Denali. Only the federal government called it anything else.

What was Sir Edmund Hillary’s claim to fame?

He was Hillary Rodham Clinton’s namesake.

What happened to Mt. St. Helens in 1980?

She got fed up with Climate Change and blew her top. Enough is enough!

What is significant about Kilauea?

It is tricky to spell.

When was the last time Mt. Fuji erupted?

We have not seen the last time yet, so how would I know? 🙄

What, besides Switzerland, comes between France and Italy?

Lots and lots of atmosphere.

What famous rock does Prudential Financial use as its logo?

Mount Prude, in Finland. People are very conservative there.

What is arguably the most prominent feature of Yosemite National Park?

Yosemite Sam, of course.

In the sci-fi classic, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, what did Roy Neary (played by Richard Dreyfus) make a sculpture of out of mashed potatoes?

He tried to sculpt the universe but only had enough mashed potatoes to do the Milky Way.