Another guessing game.
This one is a little tamer than the last - no hearts involved!
You ask questions.
Yes or No. Sometimes with qualifiers.
Whoever guesses correctly wins the antique French map.
If two (or more) guess correctly, a bunfight ensues I will draw a name.
And what are we guessing about, you might wonder?
The latest addition to the Brocante household museum.
A find that is truly special.
Ready? Set? Go!
Was it once alive? Yes.
When alive did it take flight? No.
Is it older than a 1925 Chevrolet? Yes. It's even older than a 1925 Miller Junior Eight!
Does it have a skeletal body? Mmm ... yes?
Would it need a "key" to live again? No.
Is it small enough to fit into a printer's tray? No.
Perhaps a "hand" to hold? Yes. Perhaps. Ms. Cryptic. But just as easily No.
Is it an invertebrate? No.
A reptile? (lovely lizard) No.
If not feathers then fur? Um ... no.
Made of bone or metal? Yes, partially. No.
Ivory a sailor's valentine? No.
Is it ethereal? No. Not in the sense you mean. But it is to me ...
If it is made partially from bones, are the bones used to create something new? (---in other words, something different from the animal the bones came from?) No. Not really.