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THE LAST TIME I CHECKED, MR. NEIL, HARROD'S WAS IN LONDON !
....Though...I can see how ewe can misconstrue the structure in the background (In MY piccy)....as Harrods....it does look akin to in !!
Ok...we should return this thread to Mr BASS now !!
Pretty!But not Switzerland.Mountains are too round. 
Hmmmm - I hope we have not Scotts on board else I might be in trouble nowlooks... erm.... highlandish?
peace offering to scotting ancestors 
And, m'dear, Switzerland is full of these things. Vierwaldstättersee is a glacially over-deepened lake. And to think - you had no idea!
BUT ...... The highest peak in the UK is Ben Nevis in Scotland. Wastwater is in the Lake District of England.Bass needs to clarify his hints but I have a feeling you are right, A.
Wastwater it is! Alandriel earns the gold star. Quote from: JimBob on 09/12/2007 04:36:47BUT ...... The highest peak in the UK is Ben Nevis in Scotland. Wastwater is in the Lake District of England.Bass needs to clarify his hints but I have a feeling you are right, A. BUT..... JimBob needs to pay closer attention. Wastwater is located in England- and the highest peak in England is Scafell Pike, which is located in the Lake District above Wastwater. Since when did a true Scotsman speak "official" English? ***Grumble....mumble...nit-pick...grumble****
Look you old coot....
Or are your ancestors, still fighting for Robert the Bruce??
Looks to be about 20° F (-6 C) and it is a balmy 41° F (5 C) here.
A wild guess- those are remnants of sand dunes, perhaps somewhere along the Nile River? Maybe too many palm trees for most of the Nile?
2 feet (60 cm) of light powder
...never were real smart...
Your hint made this too simple. Finally googled "1268 hills" and found several thousand hits on the Chocolate Hills in Bohol.DOH! Looks like a beautiful place- have you ever visited?From what I could gather, the hills are composed of limestone- likely old reef deposits, that eroded from rainwaters to form the conical shaped hills. Interesting that there is no karst formation (caves) in the area. Will try to find more research on their formation.