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Liked the Where Is It photo puzzler

Comments re article 57874 - Bryan Rich first to identify New Hope Separate as puzzle scene

Richard Raines writes:
Please have more of these "where is it" contests, even if there is no prize involved. I enjoy them, even though sometimes I don't have a clue where the place is you've posted picture of. - Richard Raines
Thanks, Richard Raines - There will be more. So glad people like you, like me, find this area so intriguing. I've explored every new road I could find since I got my drivers license (1956), and I'm astounded at how much any noon time trip uncovers for me. Sounds like yours is a kindred spirit, one epitomized by Autis Brockman, who once told me, "I never see a road I don't want to go down." - EW

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