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National Park Mystery Spot 30: Just Answer These Questions


Mystery Spot 30 is a place in a unit of the National Park System. To answer this puzzler correctly, you must name the place and the national park in which it is located.

What rhyming road takes you coast to coast?

What did the six hundred famously ride into?

Why did Roy tell the captain "You're gonna need a bigger boat"?

Bonus clue, no extra charge: Which antonym of never is not always?


Check back with Traveler tomorrow for the answer and an explanation of the clues.


Well, it took you a while to get there, y_p_w, but you did it. :o)

Eric Nelson, RangerLady, and Kat have also nailed it. Good work.

Jason has gotten it right too.

Sorry, ed-123; it's not Furnace Creek, and it's not in Death Valley National Park.

Furnace creek , Death Valley N.P.?

Eric has nailed it too.

Congratulations to Aron.  He solved this one quickly, submitting the correct answer at 7:33 AM. We'll embargo the solution until tomorrow and see how many other Traveler readers can figure it out.

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