In, strip, four images and leave.
10 minutes to save your life.
It is said to live in Okanagan Lake.
I'm pretty sure it isn't real but I still panic when weeds touch my legs.
Back to my mammography technician story.
She told me, while standing behind her protective screen, while I was trapped - held captive really - in her imaging machine that people who do not believe that Ogopogo exists are really narrow minded and she was going to, single handed if necessary, right the world of this wrong.
'Get any pictures of it?' I asked (knowing the answer would be no.)
"Everyone wants pictures! is it not enough to just realize that we are not alone in this world? That other things exist?"
I was getting a bit nervous.
'Did your husband see it too?' I asked
'Of course not, he was driving.'
Uh huh - just as I thought.
I'm not sure what she might see in the image of the insides of my breasts..
These aren't mine.
Mine aren't that perky.