- WWW - world wide web
- No two spider webs are the same
- Wrigley's gum was the first product to have a bar code.
- Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming are the U.S. states starting with W.
- The ancient Wonders of the World were objects made by human beings between 3000 BC and 476 AD. They were considered to be wonders because of their size or unusual quality. They were: The Great Pyramid in Giza, Egypt....The Hanging Gardens of Babylon.....The Temple of Zeus in Greece.....The Colossus of Rhodes.....The Lighthouse of Alexandria in Egypt.....The Temple of Artemis in the Greek city of Aphasias.....The Mausoleum of Halicarnassus.
- The modern Seven Wonders of the World are: The Empire State Building in NYC.....the Itaipu Dam on the Parana River that represents the amazing accomplishments of Brazil and Paraguay.....The CN Tower in Toronto, Canada.....The Panama Canal.....The Channel Tunnel (aka the Chunnel) built beneath the English Channel connecting England and France.....The North Sea Protection Works, and the Golden Gate Bridge.
- William Wadsworth Longfellow
- Remember White Buck Shoes? and making Wheelies?
- Wal-Mart, the multi-national retailer corporation
- George Washington, Father of our Country
- Weaver and whittler, wood, warp and weft
- Wisteria, water lilies, and wallflowers
- Weeping willow and Wrens
- Westerns and Walgreens
- "W" is the only letter in the alphabet that does not have one syllable. It has three.
- Windsor and Water
- Wine, wisdom, wishbone, witty, wax and wane
- Worcestershire Sauce was first made in Worcester, England, by two chemists.
- Tongue Twister: While we were walking, we were watching window washers wash Washington's windows with warm washing water.
- One inch of rain over one square mile is 17,378,700 gallons of Water.
- The spray WD-40 got its name because there were 40 attempts needed before the creation of the 'water displacing' substance.
- Williwaw, a sudden violent wind descending from a mountainous coast to the sea.
- What is a woozie?
Friday, September 14, 2012
W is for Weeping Willow Tree
Posted by Nature Weaver Gypsy