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Friday, December 16, 2016

Quiz results

 Question 1: 1070. Oh! Jennie if only you had this  first one correct your entry would have been early enough for 1st. prize.

Question 2: 18th. June 2011 Kamiak Butte. As Kamiake is in Washington state, washington is acceptable as to the "where" part of the question.

Question 3: Kialynn and her granddaughter  Alana visited us.

Question 4: The first blog post was indeed called "The Plan"

It sees to be the ladies who have come out as winners.
In first place we have Carol and in second Antinady. Both have put in all correct answers but first to enter an all correct entry has been Carol so she has the honour of claiming first prize.

Kevin Too , you let yourself down by not entering the place we got married. That entry would have given you first prize because of the early time you put in your entry into the comments box.

Ok Carol let me know how you would like to receive your prize, the book. Antinady you get second prize of the horse brass please do likewise and congratulations to you both.


Carol said...

What! no drumroll? Thank you Les, we shall come personally to collect my prize, I'll give a ring soon. Stay well and big hugs to you both. xx

KevinTOO said...

I'm more than happy to have scored 3.5 out of 4 as I didn't see the 'where' part of the question until the following day! 😉

antinady said...

I won I won!!
We too will collect next time we see you - will speak next week when we are back from our visiting.
Love to you both xxxx

Bryce said...

Contests eh? The contest of life itself is perhaps just as challenging. The contest of survival with out one or the other...We have all in one way or the other been down said path.

And we have all survived and shall do so in the future. I keep passing between my ears an image rendered as a photograph in a field high on the hills of of Washington State the joining of two peoples widely separated by geographic location. The marriage has proven successful and may I say interesting.

To me that was no contest, rather the gods enjoining these two to bring them to the fullness of marriage.

May the two lovebirds continue for ever more....

Antinady said...

I did leave a comment from my phone but appears to have got lost!!

We will ring next week when we are back from making our visits. Hopefully arrange to come and see you and pick up our winnings then xxxx

Antinady said...

Testing xxxx

Anonymous said...

Hi Tina
All seems ok now so not sure why your comments were hiding.

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs

NB Valerie & Steam Train by Les Biggs