Answer: Gene Porter-Stratton's Limberlost Cabin. Geneva, Indiana. Both of her places are grand and magnificent. I want to share them with Bug as she hasn't seen them and I have not yet been inside either. I have only read her work, walked her gardens, and chatted with a man that grew up with her when he was a kid. Might be a good birthday gift to myself.
Answer: Surveillance on my own place. Illegal hunting and dumping of wild game. Reported to The Red Coats. Had video and camera still shots as evidence, plus I had words with the man. They did not care nor did they respond. They refused to take my report.
Multiple answer essay: One of my favorite springtime flowers...the magnolia. This is a famous home which belongs to the university I am currently working at. Which Ball family built this? Where am I standing to enjoy the magnolias? The university also houses a rescue for a certain flower which happens to be one I love. What is it? Answer: The largest Ball (Ball jars) mansion remaining. It is currently used for administrative purposes right now and off limits to the public. The magnolias are in front of the next Ball mansion to the north of this one, close to Oakhurst, but toward the driveway. My back is to the White River. The orchid rescue goes on at the Greenhouse in the middle of Christy Woods. I walk there as often as possible on my lunch hour.
There you go...waiting on pins and needles for your answers to the impossible questionnaire.
So... I believe Fire Pup may have won by one question. However, because you were both tortured so long and such good sports...I will give each of you a prize. You can choose from these gifts:
And that doesn't mean you get an Amish or Fargo. It means it is a clue about your prize.
Email me with your choice and your shipping address. Thanks everyone for putting up with me!