Bog diving, or bog snorkeling, is a competition originating in Wales. Once a year competitors snorkel the length of a channel cut through a peat bog. They are not allowed to use their arms, but use only flipper power.
It usually benefits some charities.
It has been picked up by other countries including Australia.
Bog is a spirtiual being, believed by most people.
Swamp plants are mostly in bog, but you may get flowers growing in a bog.
a body in a bog gets mummified by the acids in the peat in the bog.
Yes, she is a BOG.
poo in the bog
Its a turtle that lives in a bog.
What kind of Bog are you talking about
There is a bog at camp.
A bog. a bog
lavender bog, your welcome
After the bad storm, the roads were a bog.
Bog! Bog! Hee Hee Bog! Also: fen
Yes there are bogs in Michigan. Some of them are: Mud Lake Bog, Bishop's Bog, and Saul Lake Bog.
I'm not looking forward to crossing the bog, much less with a fog. This bog has claimed the lives of many. This bog has provided a lot of peat, over the years.
they wore moldy clothes that were found with them in the bog
there is no such thing as a bog turtle
bog? bog? bay
A bog community has water
Bog Child has 337 pages.
As a noun in Irish Gaelic: portach (bog/turf-bank) móinteán (bog/moor) corrach (bog/marsh) criathrach (pitted bog) Since you did not specify which Gaelic, the Scottish Gaelic terms are: boglach/bog/bogach fèithe sùil-chruthaich/sùil-chritheach/sùil-chrith blàr-mòine mòine easg carr
The ocean is the Atlantic, and the 'bog' is the Sargasso Sea.
The Moon-Bog was created in 1926-06.
The area of Askham Bog is 447,987.00595968 square meters.
Bog Oak is a shade of brown (typically dark).