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National Park Mystery Spot 36: Seven Words

To get full credit for solving the Mystery Spot 36 puzzle you need only identify which national park is indicated by the clues listed below.*

Readers submitting correct answers will be eligible for a monthly prize drawing. This month the prize will be a Freedom of the Hills deck of cards from The Mountaineers. Each card features various mountaineering tips.

Humpty Dumpty

sheltered anchorage

grandfather's mother



We'll reveal the answer and explain the clues in tomorrow's Traveler.

* No cheating! If we catch you Googling or engaged in other sneakery, we'll make you write on the whiteboard 100 times: "In gauge theory applications, most quantization methods keep Poincare invariance manifest, but the attendant sacrifice of manifest gauge symmetry compels gauge fixing."


Nice going, GeorgeS. Spot on. 
Sorry about that darn CAPTCHA.  I wish we didn't have to use it.

 Eric has nailed it. No surprise there.

We'll add djjeffrey100 to the prize drawing-eligible pool too.  The name of the park could have been fleshed out better, but there's no doubt that it's the right place.

Anon 7:35 has gotten enough of the park's name to slide into the prize drawing pool.  We'll grade it out at a "B".  ;o) 

Well, ed-123, you did get the key parts of the name, and that's better than most who work on this thing. We'll accept it.

Good job, Aron. As for your postscript, well, that's TMI.

kenai fjords park???

Not Kenai Fjords National Park.

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