I’M BACK, READERS.
After two days without posts, which rates as totally out of character for me, you may be wondering why I haven’t written. Well, simple. I’ve been in another state for the Easter holiday.
Where have I been?
I could just tell you. But I’d rather make you guess. So today we are going to play “Guess that state.”
Scroll through the photos and clues below and then submit your guess. If you guess correctly, you do not win a prize. Rather you can take pride in the knowledge that you have learned more about one of our 50 states.
So…, let’s get started.
This helicopter on a trailer offers minimal info as to the identity of the mystery state. But it was the only photo I took as we drove here Friday afternoon, through rain, for more than three hours. On Saturday, some areas of this state were under a flash flood warning. Sirens wailed in the town where we were staying.
This natural rock formation known as the Ship Rock is located near the middle of the state.
Beer and bars. No additional words needed.
Residents of this state appreciate their dairy farmers.
Ah, nothing like the tropics to brighten my mood after a long winter. OK, you got me. This is actually a Mexican restaurant in a resort town in the central part of our mystery state.
At this museum, you will see an exhibit featuring magician Harry Houdini, who claims this state as his birthplace. If you know the name of the town, you score bonus points for your smartness. Do not cheat by googling.
Pockets of Amish, or maybe it's Mennonite, or both, reside in areas of this state. I was fortunate to capture this image Sunday afternoon while driving past this farm place.
This photo offers three clues: snow, brats and Piggly Wiggly. Along this stretch of highway on Saturday afternoon, we could have stopped at three brat fries at three grocery stores. (The husband did purchase a brat at The Festival Foods brat fry fundraiser for the Boy Scouts.)
This photo clue should be the clincher. Fire hydrants in the town where my family stayed are painted gold and sometimes green and gold.
PLEASE SUBMIT your guesses along with any comments you wish to make regarding these images or these clues or this state.
Copyright 2011 Audrey Kletscher Helbling