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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."

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Is it a prototype airplane at Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park


Sorry, Eric; it's not a prototype airplane at Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park.


You've got it, Chip. You get to open the winners circle today and set up your coffee and donuts stand. I suspect that business will be very brisk.


Is it a winch used to lift cargo onto the ship Friendship at Salem Maritime National Historic Site?


Not a winch to lift cargo onto the ship Friendship at Salem Maritime National Historic Site.


I'm going to admit you to the winners circle, jchappell740, but you are going to have to use the servants entrance. Part two of your answer is missing a very important adjective. (It was missing in Chip's answer too, but I failed to point that out.)


I'm going to admit you to the winners circle too, robertnc28, but you are going to have to use the servants entrance. Like the other nearly-correct answers I've reviewed so far, yours is missing a very important adjective (qualifier).


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