Now I want pie too. You are quite the world traveller.
Oh my gosh yes, that does resemble a pie! (damn)
Good to know it's not just me, Laurita and Bag Lady.
The Mayan ruins are quite awesome (in the original meaning of that word). I was at Tikal in 1962 not long after the structures there were being cleared of jungle growth.
I want pie too, lemon meringue for me though please ;)
Ron, that must have been a magnificent experience.Certainly, Reb.
Wonder what its real use was; it was certainly meant to be more than a pie craving inspirer, though it does a great job at that, too.
Leah, I can see why you say that about the pie. Interesting object.
I can see why you would think of pie but I see a mushroom?
Pie, definitely pie. I just assumed it was some sort of weird advertising thing, and was trying to make out what kind of Mayan artifact the tree trunk was, when I read on down.Mary Anne in Kentucky
Cool! It does look like a pie...wonder what the heck it really is? If you ever figure it out, let us know!
I was at the Belize ruins about six years ago. Extraordinary feeling walking about one of the oldest structures on the planet.
Messymimi, I wish I could remember.Yes, Barbara, it sure is.Red, I can see a mushroom, too, but pie wins.Mary Anne, it does make one wonder what it is supposed to be.Cheryl, I'll update when I can.David, it is hard to put in words how it feels to walk through history.
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