Lindingo

Lindingo

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1 hour ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +1 points

Lava rock is something we have all seen, so I can see why people think of that first. But every lava rock I know has a rough feel to it, and the rocks in the picture look smooth to the touch. That's what kept throwing me and made me keep looking. I never could find an image of a truly smooth looking variety of lava, although some are less air-bubbly than others, but I knew I had seen these smooth sorts of rocks somewhere.

1 hour ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +1 points

I know. I googled for images and just howled with laughter. That's why I always think your Amboy guess is hysterical. :)

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The little yellow things in the right bottom corner (and elsewhere) are not corn? not popcorn?

1 hour ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +1 points

Cutie pies!

1 hour ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +2 points

No, thank you! In fact, no fried ice cream!

1 hour ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +1 points

lol Thinking about both clues, it's easier for me to see a lima bean than a cow skull. :)

10 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +1 points

If it is North Dakota, maybe they picked up this house for free and moved it. http://circaoldhouses.com/free-house-a-national-r...

I think the first clue is a picture of marine rocks, so I can't reconcile that with North Dakota....

10 hours ago @ Blog Cabin - Blog Cabin 2015: Locat... · 0 replies · +1 points

cucumber, I don't see those objects in the blurs, but I love that you do! :)

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Trisha, I don't think she "clearly" states that at all, but my hat is off to you if that turns out to be what she is saying. :)

I think the first clue is a picture of rocks that have been bored by a marine creature, so I guess that limits your above list to Texas, Washington, and California. Of those, Texas, being southernmost, would be the most likely. Of course, I would love for it to be California. :)