• Where in the World Feature 108

    Where in the World Feature #107 was from Joe Bowers and took us to the home of President Thomas Jefferson, Charlottesville, VA (also James Monroe?) For the non-history-buffs, the University of Virginia Hospital's (N5UV) 'Pegasus' Medical Helicopter was the other clue and the real-world photo was taken from Pegasus.

    Those who guessed:

    Charlie Aron
    Amber Dog
    Rohan Nair
    Robert Smyth
    Viggo Butler
    Terry Labadie
    Joerg Schmalholz
    John Allard
    Bob Bina
    Dick Bronson
    Terry Hoare
    Steve Morley
    Barrett Reed
    Longit.Latit.51
    Ray Andersen
    Thomas Oftedal
    Khalid Al-Izzi

    Some Wrong Locations offered up:

    None - 100% correct this round

    Next up is Where in the World #108 from Steve Morley who says, "Oddly, Where in the World has never been to THIS well-known airport; a place where a famous kite-master tested his inventions in the early 20th century." Where in the World is Steve taking us this time?

       

       

    Ron Blehm
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