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National Park Week Quiz #6: Mystery Photo

This photo is tightly cropped, but there's enough here for you to work with.

Do you know what the National Park Week Quiz #6 photo depicts and what national park it was taken in? If you can provide both pieces of information before 12:00 midnight EST today you will be eligible for Traveler’s National Park Week prize drawing and a chance to win a National Geographic Trails Illustrated Map for the national park of your choice.

The answer and a list of readers who answered correctly will be posted in tomorrow's Traveler.

No cheating!

If we catch you Googling or engaged in other sneakery we will make you write on the whiteboard 100 times: "Tectonic plates float at an elevation that depends on their thickness and density, exhibiting isostacy attributable to gravitational equilibrium between the earth's lithosphere and asthenosphere."


I'm very greatful because weirdly my computer and google both sayed it was still 11:58 and I was shocked when the comment said ":01" at the end!

Your correct answer arrived at 12:01 a.m., andcla03. No kidding; it arrived exactly one minute past the deadline. That's never happened before, so this is a real test of our resolve. Tell you what. In the spirit of fellowship engendered by Kurt when he let Jerry enter the winners circle by the front door I am going to give you this one.

The applause is deafening, Eric, deafening, and I'm sure the professor would be leading the way were he not ensconced watching his beloved South Carolina Gamecocks tangling with 'Bama on the telly-vision! Come on in and pull yourself up a chair and grab a favored libation. No doubt you're exhausted and are entitled to a well-earned rest.

And hold the door open for Jerry, who nailed it ... aside from that qualifying adjective the professor so sorely wants. So Jerry, sneak in, but don't tell the professor I OKed the front door, as opposed to the servant's entrance...

Eric, also, if it's any consolation, I walk away from most of the professor's puzzlers. He can be diabolical!

Well, Eric, I'm afraid the professor has left the vetting queue. In laughter, I think. But on his way out he did mention that coastal North Carolina is very nice...when the squeeters aren't biting.

What if I moved to NC? Any issues with the coastal region of NC?
; )

Huffman Praire what?

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