• Where in the World Feature 109

    Where in the World Feature #108 was from Steve Morley who suggested Farnborough UK as a destination for Where in the World. C.F. Cody, an early aviation pioneer, tested many of his powered (and unpowered) kites in the area where there is now an annual air show.

    Those who guessed:

    Viggo Butler
    Khalid Al-Izzi
    John Lygo
    Dennis Knight
    Roger Wensley
    John Allard
    Jorg Schmalholz
    John Chen
    Paul Kiver
    Peter Rawlings
    Scott Simmons
    Charlie Aron
    Richard Butej
    Terry Hoare
    Mike Guttman
    Steve Oftedal
    Bojo Perez

    Some wrong locations offered up:

    Lulsgate, Bristol

    Next up is Where in the World #109, a riddle also from Steve Morley.

    "________ was one of the greatest globetrotters of his time and in ______ they have decided to honor him with a statue down by the _______."

    Who can crack this one?

    Where In The World

    Where In The World     Where In The World

    Send your guesses to the email noted below.

    Ron Blehm
    Email: [email protected]
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