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National Park Mystery Photo 51: A Rail Fence In The Foreground

Mystery Photo 51.

Mystery Photo 51 shows part of a building in a national park east of the Rocky Mountains. If you can identify this building and name the national park in which it is located you will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing and a chance to win a copy of David and Kay Scott's The Complete Guide To The National Park Lodges, 7th Edition.

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Sorry, moonpie; it's not the Lime kiln at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.

Lime kiln at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area

Gentle? The Quizmeister is supposed to be gentle? Surely you jest!

This photo wasn't taken in the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. The rail fence mention was a red herring. Sometimes I hate myself. But not for long.

I haven't weighed in on this one yet. I have had a hunch all day the rail fence clue in the title implies a connection to Abraham Lincoln, but you said it wasn't Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, so I'm going to guess it's the very Lincoln boyhood home in Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. Unfortunately, I've never been to that park, so I have no photos for comparison, and you implied it was a "site" (not "memorial"), making this a total shot in the dark! Be gentle!

Keep talking, Ranger Lady; the door of the Winners Circle Club is ajar. Just kidding, of course. You're in.


I have chocolate...does bribing help me get in?

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