Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery, I choose to flatter Bea by copying her What Is This? idea.


I’m not sure about prizes though. I don’t think I can match free manure, and the snow is almost gone, so I can’t give you any of that. I could promise not to bother you on your blog for a few days. Naw. We do have a lot of rocks in this area, however. I can take you to great sites, and you can collect freely to your heart’s content.

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15 Responses to Wazzit?

  1. Ruth says:

    Looks vaguely familiar but I cannot summon a similar image from my lazy brain. Is it from your house or Wheelers? It looks antique and like something in my grandmother’s house.

  2. Mara says:

    I would say it was the deck seen through some mesh or other.

  3. Bernie says:

    Looks like a floor with some kind of grate over it – perhaps something one would find at the sugar camp….:-)Hugs

  4. Hilary says:

    Bentwood rocker seat.. mebbe. It almost looks like a Star of David pattern.

  5. KGMom says:

    I’m with Ginger–it looks like the seat of a cane woven chair.

  6. KGMom says:

    Oooo–or a string bed–to hold an old timey mattress.

  7. QMM says:

    Looks like the tote bags I am crocheting with plarn, plastic yarn. When do we get to know. Very nice day for you and the Miz to have a ride. It snowed here today. Right on my Pansies and they are still waving strong.

  8. AC, flatter me away as I am sincerely honored by your doing so and by your Wazzit post. It appears to be some sort of rope mesh with a wooden surface below, but I absolutely have no clue, so will await the posted answer. And, the rock offer might be a good one because we don’t have many of those in our area. But, thanks we did have our own snow this morning, but it’s long gone now.

  9. KGMom says:

    Come on–I keep coming back to find the answer.
    Pretty please.

  10. Grenville T Boyd says:

    How ’bout part of an old wicker picnic basket. Maybe the top.
    If i’m right please send a small truck load of rocks since as Beatrice said, we don’t have them on the Eastern Shore and we could use them to outline our new Wildflower Meadow.

  11. Mary G says:

    Warning to all AC fans. Do not, repeat do NOT, accept shipment of Lanark rocks. Dangerous. If you leave two Lanark rocks alone in a field overnight, you come back in the morning to find a whole passel of little rocks has appeared. One Lanark rock appears to be fairly safe as an accent.

  12. jinksy says:

    It looks like a cane fish trap our ancestors may have used! Nice bit of weaving, whatever…

  13. Diana says:

    Well I would be cheating if I gave an answer as I’ve already read the above answer post, but if you have some sites offering free rocks, please share! I love all sorts of rocks!
    Love Di ♥

  14. Lorna says:

    I’d never have got it but I read your posts in reverse order this morning.

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