Are you ready for a contest????
Description: below are 15 photographs taken during Pat Miller’s travels over the last several years to seminars, workshops, and on the back of the Harley. Your job is to correctly identify the locations of as many of them as possible. Identification must include city, state (if US), country, and a brief description as to what the photo represents or where in the city it is located. The contest will run for 3 months. If more than one person correctly identifies all 15 photos, the one with the most accurate descriptions wins. If there is still a tie, the winning name will be drawn after November 1, 2010. All entries must be received at our office by November 1, 2010. Decision of the judge (me!) is final – no whining allowed!
Prize: A collection of all five of Pat Miller’s books, signed to the winner or recipient of the winner’s choice, or a $100 gift certificate to a Peaceable Paws Academy, Workshop or Class held at the PPaws facility in Fairplay, Maryland.
Caution: I know this won’t be easy – I will be really surprised if anyone gets all of them right, so don’t be discouraged if you can’t get them all!
One entry per person please – multiple entries will disqualify the sender – and be sure to include your name, mailing address and e-mail address.
Submit all entries electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Peaceable Paws employees are not eligible to win.
Ready… Set… Go!
Warm Woofs, Happy Guessing, and even Happier Training,
Oh, these are very satisfyingly difficult. Much more fun trying to find features of the photos that might offer Google-able clues than actually, you know, doing any WORK.
Ha – I was hoping it would have that effect. Go Google!
Uh…I know one of them. I think I’ll just sit back and see what the rest of you come up with. Anyway, neat pictures!
Hey Pat – when will you post the answers and the winner? Even if I didn’t win I’m dying to know if any of my answers were right and am curious about the couple I never figured out!
Any minute now… working on my blog as we speak (or as we type, as the case may be…)