Here’s a new challenge for you, though I expect you’ll tsk-tsk at me and tell me where it is straight away without even a passing glance at The Google.
Duh. Where, smart guy?
near a church?
Yes, it is near a church. I’ll provide more clues:
– The column in the background is the real prize, as there is only one like it – anywhere. And the column isn’t a grave marker… it’s something else.
– You guys swarmed all over an earlier post related to this one last month.
It’s the monument to Leonard Calvert, erected by the state of Maryland in 1890. It stands in the graveyard of the Trinity Episcopal Church at Historic St. Mary’s City on the site where the first colonists met to establish a government and freedom of religion in the New World.
I needed more than a passing glance at the Google. I have no idea what the smudge on the horizon is.
The smudge is the little protected bay that’s north of the cemetery.
Awesome! I couldn’t have responded better myself!
So now that O Docker has successfully solved one of Mitch’s puzzles, shouldn’t he be disqualified from more Maryland-related blog quizzes? I mean, he’s already smart enough.
Don’t you mean Tillerman? He’s gotten the lion’s share of them so far.
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