Last week, I started a fun game on the blog, asking readers to follow along as Bigfoot and I took a road trip through the South. See if you can identify where we were and enter your guess in the comments on the blog or any of my social media platforms.
I won’t publish the answers until all 10 are posted. That’s when I will also draw names of three people who posted guesses for all 10 photos and send them a free copy of my humor book, “Not Quite Right: Mostly True Tales of a Weird News Reporter.”
- This Arkansas city of about 60,000 residents shares part of its name with an adjoining larger city.
- One of its most famous attractions, shown here, is located in Hughes Park.
- The attraction appeared in the opening credits of 1939’s “Gone With the Wind.” There is a really fascinating bridge nearby built to look like stonework (third photo).