Category Archive: Water Fun

Dec 18

Turkey and Water

Did you ever wonder how much water your turkey dinner requires? Wonder no more! Turkeys need between 10 and 17 gallons of water per week. Depending on how large your turkey is, you’re probably looking at between 370 gallons and 504 gallons. Of course, there are environmental factors to consider and the growth of the …

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Oct 11

Water: The Driving Force of Nature

Leonardo da Vinci described water as “the driving force of nature.” ┬áThere are many ways in which water can be used as a force, or merely witnessed as a force of nature.   “The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their …

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May 10

Friday Water Fun


It’s Friday! Here are a few more random and interesting water quotes, cliches and facts for your weekend.   “It’s a strange world of language in which skating on thin ice can get you into hot water.” ~Franklin P. Jones   Mr. Jones makes an interesting observation. “On thin ice” and “In hot water” do …

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May 03

Fun on Friday


For your weekend enjoyment, we have a few more water cliches, a famous water quote, and a riddle (the answer can be found at the end of this post). Have fun!   What has holes in the top and bottom, holes in the middle, and holes on it’s sides, but still holds water?   “Water, …

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Apr 26

Friday Fun: Water Sayings


How often have we heard a water cliche or idiom that made us stop and wonder “what does that mean?” Though there are dozens of different water sayings and hundreds of ways to use them, today we’ll look at five sayings and their most common meanings.   When someone says “a drop in the ocean” …

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