Contributor to HGTV Dream Home
Photo by ClickFlashPhotos/Nicki Varkevisser
Anyone into winter sports? I don’t know how to ski. Maybe I need to learn?
Mary is a contributor to HGTV Dream Home.
Posted at 8:27 am
Yes good morning! We are going sking!
the state is michigan
the state is TENNESSEE!!!!!!!!!!!
On all my number clues I multiplied, divided, added, subtracted and i got 16.
Tennessee was the 16th state to join the union.
The flower clue is an iris. The state flower of Tennessee is the iris.
on the picture clues the states are Arizona, pennsylvania, vermont, montana, new york, virginia, wisconsin, and TENNESSEE.
It is not arizona or montana cuz the location is east of dream home 2010.
Its not new york cuz she had a clue on it BUT it would be 2 obvious for her to just say it was there.
Tennessee is the location.
ciao 4 now
tis 2 bad almost all the commenters are northerners. DENSE Steve, what do u think? LOL, DENSE Steve
-DBCoop's secret admirer (OMG, LOL!!!!)
THE STATE IS TENNESSE, YA'LL!!!!!!!!!!
I'M TELLIN' YA'LL, IN THE MOUNTAINS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
NO ONE EVER LISTENS TO ME, WHAT A SHAME.
YA'LL JUST WAIT. YA'LL SEE. YA'LL SEE.
Maybe because you are screaming at them! ^_^
could someone please tell me when they are going to a tell us where the locaation is?
Enough with the clues. When are they going to reveal the 2011 dream home location?
I AM VERY GLAD YOU ARE BACK. I AM TO OLD TO SKI NOW. IN VERMONT….. THANK YOU MARY.
TENNESSEE MOUNTAINS, DUH!!!!!
Who said it was in the North, huh huh huh????
PLEASE REPLY densteve.
Don't be a DENSE Steve. Ha, ha, ha, ha.
I so dislike winter sports. I think I'm out:(
A new clue! ( as opposed to a reveal)
The Best Skiing is in the Granite State …….NH
No the best skiing is in Colorado.
my guess is that you have never been skiing in Europe……….
I don't think he/she has been skiing in Europe.
It's awesome, right?
How would you know Troll!
Skiing is for people who like cold. Not me.
I am sure everyone gives you the cold shoulder Troll!
What's your favorite color?
The blue from the intense debate site, that shows up when the real Coop posts!
Now I am your evil twin.
And by the way, what you say is what you are, so. . . . I guess you're a troll too.
New Hampshire has the best hills to ski down. Colorado has the best mountains to ski down!
I have never skied in either state, so I am qualified to judge that statement.
The Black Hills of South Dakota?
I agree I think the its South or North Dakota
Here is the picture link:
The photo is called Blue Mountain. The photographer is from Ontario, which has the Blue Mountains (there is also a Blue Mountain ski area in the Poconos, but as the photographer is a teenager I think it is more likely to be the mountains in her home town!).
Gotta go — will be back soon to see what others have found!
Whoa, I was in such a hurry this morning (the farrier came!) that this didn't come out quite right! I meant there is a Blue Mountain ski area in Ontario, the photographer's home province!
C&E: That was fast work. While there is skiing in Michigan, we are so close to Ontario many guys go there to ski. I don't ski, too old to learn and don't like winter sports. But these ski areas can be absolutely gorgeous in the three other seasons.
I'm hoping for Tennessee. Ski-ing in Gatlinburg, sunset over the Great Smoky Mountains, snowy winters. A home there would be a dream come true – and close to me.
You are right…..that would be a great place!!
I followed the pic from http://www.flickr.com/photos/clickflashphotos/336…
It says" @ BLUE MOUNTAIN "
Could be Pennsylvannia -located south of Poconos
The Blue Mountains are a mountain range in the western United States, located largely in northeastern Oregon and stretching into southeastern Washington. The range, situated in the Pacific Northwest, has an area of 4,060 square miles (10,500 km2), stretching east and southeast of Pendleton, Oregon, to the Snake River along the Oregon-Idaho border.
Blue Mountain near Collingwood, Ontario, Canada
Going through all the clues again and looking at this pic, my first thought was Oregon or Washington State. I don't know why after the 14th clue they can't tell us of anyone is close….
It's the Anticipation game, the Detective game.Who can guess where it is?
I thought Washington would have been a nice choice but its West of DH 2010 which rules it out.
Good Luck to you Holly Hatin.!!
I've not done any skiing …. yet. It's never too late to learn a new hobby.
How many clues before the reveal?
Born and raised in Vermont and I do not ski, but a lot of flat landers flock here for ski season! " Vermont the flakes come in winter"
C'est vrai! Funny Babet!
I am sticking with Vermont! Wasington county, around Warren, Sugarbush ski resort, that area!
We have Green Mountains in New England.
There is a world class ski academy whose campus is in Waitsfield, Vermont. (which general location fits other clues).
The previous photo was from Vermont and this one not, so it seems likely the photo clues are general and not specific to a place. The written clue mentions learning to ski.
Is that Jack flipping around on the skis?
The photographer is from Ontario Canada as far as I can tell. A Blue Mountain could be in several
I hope there is an area for tubing on the mountain. Did you know that both Missouri and Iowa have ski areas? Not to throw them into the mix but now I will take Missouri and Tennessee off my list. Okay debra, what winter sports are there in Virginia?
There are some ski areas in Virginia, so Debra's dream is still safe!
Oh my, there is skiing in Missouri and Tennessee as well! This clue doesn't help much! I guess we can take Florida off the list though — no snow skiing that I know of there!
Yes, yes yes! In fact, the area that I was committed to early, Homestead Preserve, has a skiing are right off of the Resort. There are several areas in VA that offer skiing!
Yay go Virginia.
Check out Googe's wallpaper this morning. I"ve either lost it or it is a clue also. Maybe this is their "ground-breaking " moment. Maybe Google is going to give us the reveal today. I've never seen Google display a full photo before. I still think all the clues have been aimed at points west all along.
Have to run—–maybe by noon we will know. LOL
PS: I think we've reached the bend in the road and are almost ready to park this clue blog. Hooooray.
It's a great day! LOL LOL
I know where I would like to park it!!! LOL
Well, we're not in Kansas anymore Toto!
Defiinitely not S.Carolina. Any ski resorts in Virginia Debra?
Looks like N.East to me Vermont, maybe NH,
Wonder what the Canadian connection is? Proximity of states to Canada? Fits Vermont, or Maine.
The search continues.
Incredibly, there are ski resorts in South Carolina! A lot more southern states have skiing than I would have thought possible — do you think Mary knew this when she posted this clue? She is not making life easy for us, is she?
I know they have skiing in North Carolina, but where in South Carolina?
No she's not making it easy, she's probably stalling for time, but we're happier when we at least have a new picture to look at. This doesn't seem to provide any new info, but it did perk us up a bit.
Oops, you're right — the site I was looking at listed North Carolina ski areas under South Carolina! I just hope the skier doesn't stay up there forever — I have a feeling people will tire of this one even faster than they did of the mountain sunrise!
You are so right about people tiring of this one, but at least Mary made an effort to appease us.
Yes, skiing in VA! Deciduous trees in photo mean a lower elevation ski area, so yes, again, VA. Mary has about put the bow on the package for me!!!
AnneEliseSouth: It also fits Michigan. From Michigan you can go south to Canada, north to Canada and by water craft east to Canada.
You are absolutely right! I was overly focused on the New England area. Thanks for the info.
Alert! As I understand it, there's also some skiing in Wisconsin!
Absolutely! There is skiing in Wisconsin and in Michigan! Terrain in both places look very similar to the picture, even though that pic. taken was elsewhere. I'm still hoping for Wisconsin or Michigan no matter what!! After everything that has gone down on this one, ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE!!!!!
JWmson: I agree. Just add Minn. to the hope list.
Yahoo! Minnesota has a few nice ski areas. We are still in the running!
Yes, Katydid, I was looking at that yesterday and then I had to leave! Mn. would be great as well as WI. and Mi. Good Luck! :):)
Who are you kidding! It doesn't snow in Wisconsin! Does it? LOL
And two other clues fit Wisconsin. The timber rattler clue could refer to the Timber Rattlers baseball team in Wisconsin. Plus Wisconsin is known for its dairy farms, which could be the reason for the cow clue.
I am so happy that I am up now. I am a westy and I want to thank the crew and Mary for
listening to us. See I said as soon as we slowed down some help would come even
if Coop was staying home. The powers that be do not like a slow posting. Yahoo for
everyone. A new breath. Now everyone do not start whining that it is not the reveal
because then we will have to endure Clue #15. Just hold it together until the GH ambush
and then our dreams will be answered.
Now for older people, my winter sport (that I am very good at) is sitting on a sleigh
being pulled by two white horses; one is really more like milk. I have ear muffs on and
I am covered with a warm blanket with mitten on my hands and a scarf wrapped
around my neck and also covering my nose. It is the best winter sport. We
appreciate you Mary and your crew so much and know how much work you guys are
doing. We hope your compensation is good. Welcome back and again thank you.!!!
I like the thought of sleighing!
Only in winter wonderlands though!!!
Still trolling I see!
Well said, I like the sleigh idea too, how clever of you to find a sport that all can do, and enjoy, except maybe the horses!
They are kept in a warm barn after the ride!!!
I've never been a horse pulled carriage or sleigh. Again….another one of those new experiences.
If I can still climb a ladder and work up on the roof….why can't I learn to ski? Isn't there a bunny slope. Isn't that the easiest one? I don't believe I can rip the muscles in the back of my leg like I did when I water skiied….YEARS ago. And trust me….I think gravity is working WITH us old farts, it has to be easier. right? lol
I've only been skiing once and took lessons on a bunny slope. The hardest part on the bunny slope is getting back up when (not if!) you fall down! You are warned not to try to get up with skis still on — take them off first and then get up. Of course, when I fell down I didn't bother to remove the skis and just popped right back up again, but I was much younger and a lot more flexible then — probably couldn't do that now!
Right! We can do anything we want to. We just need lots of help and lots of time!
Yeah – bunny slopes that's the idea. The junior slope. In fact, I personally like the
flat areas the best. he he he
SandyLA: Thank you for turning the surrey with the fringe on top into a sleigh and making the ride so comfy.
Ditto with your thanks to Mary.
….or the Waterbury area…
My daughter, who has never been to Vermont, saw the photo and said, "Looks like Vermont". Please, how does she know? Is she friends with Mary or something?
I see you're still trolling imposter! Get a life!
blah blah blah blah blah
Did you watch Sunday School Musical?
Listen to the song 'You're not the Boss'.
Cuz you're not!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think so too! Or Warren?
No, it in the MOUNTAINS OF TENNESSEE, YA'LL!!
Ya'll just wait. Ya'll see.
There is a Blue Mountain Ski Area in Pennnsylvania, a Blue Mountain in New York Adirondacks,
a Blue Ridge Mountain in Vermont, and Mount Blue in New Hampshire.
I thought that too! hmmmmmm?
Ther are a lot of blue noses, and toeses in ski country also!
Do not forget VIRGINIA! Several ski areas in the Blue Ridge Mts!!
Blue ridge Mountain in VT ?? did you mean Virginia?
Yah New Hampshire
Finally- I had almost given up.
Before this last clue I thought I had pieced somthing together, now I'm thinking this latest clue doesn't knock out my selection. Afterall Gunstock Mtn Resort is not far away…
The last few "intro" images were of ocean views, bahamas and I believe Molokai or Maui. The lone palm tree making a Cami-Oh appearance was a giveaway that it wasn't Vermont. I got to thinking Ocean View,…Ocean Vista…Aqua Vista.. AKWA VISTA, Lake Winnipesaukee, Laconia NH. My previous selection. The numbers 4333 can be multiplied and stacked to be 4×3 = 12 – - 3×3 = 9 stack the two to get the129 sites at the AKWA VISTA Development or possibly Lot 129 on Akwa Vista, which looks alot like the "2009 Showhouse" location. Curiously they have changed their website to say Information on this year's NH Showhouse is coming soon!
There is NO snow in Maui or Molokai
Hey, Mary posted the tropical pictures not me. I repeat, "Intro" pictures not "Clue" pictures, Unless you come to the site often you will not see the "Intro" pictures change. The current picture clearly has a PALM TREE in the foreground. It was obvious not taken in an area that snows. Oh, and BTW there are three volcanos in Hawaii that have snow on them yearly Including one on Maui.
I THINK YOU'RE RIGHT!
Meredith Bay! NH
Portions of Meredith Bay sit on the site of the former Brickyard Mountain Ski Area.
She is right! Meredith bay have a just 15 min. driving the gunstock is an alpine skiin area an another 2 more. Jay you're awsome.
Shamely: Thanks for the compliment. I woke up this morning with "wasn't the Meredith Bay mountain a former ski area and didn't I see that in the History of Weirs Beach"…I was going to look it up. But, you pieced it together faster than I did, thanks. I was hoping the name of the ski area might be significant. I remembered it was sorta strange. "Brickyard Mountain" doesn't mesh with much. With a name like that no wonder it failed.
I will note that the Flickr skier image has several search tags including "TRICK". Maybe Mary was tricking us and the skier was doing a flip, same as the ski mountain was flipped to a gated community.
Skier = A or V ==Akwa Vista, Meredith Bay, Laconia NH, Google shows ground clearing on Lot 129. Spectacular views.
Washington! State Flower is the Rhododendron, has the Blue Mountains, theres a town called Granite Falls, a lake called Rattlesnake Lake and Rattlesnake Ridge, the Big Leaf Maple is native to Washington (and Oregon), it snows there! All though I can fit so many clues into this state I can do the same with others. I am so ready to find out!
But WA is not east of the 2010 Dream Home!
The mountain range in Wa extending to Oregon is the Cascades – never heard of the blue mountains
and – we are definately not east of New Mexico – - I think the state for 2011 is Vermont – I wish it was Washington – since I live here already –
im pretty sure Mary said East of the 2010 DH though so Washington is on the wrong side and someone else found a picture of a plant called Red Clover that looks identical to the clue pic. (in my opinion) im new at this and ive seen so many people fit the clues in a logical way to the location of their choice. just thought i'd share what i have picked up on so far. good luck in the search!! : )
I missed that clue (east of the 2010 DH). I too saw the similarity in the red clover. I can't wait to find out the truth!
I thought Washington state too & read in my encyclopedia comparing it to the Far East of the West because of it's proximity to Alaska, Immigration from way back of peoples from Europe & even Japan. but that's a stretch. I found the rhodemdrom stuff too & commented on that in the last blog. Did not know about the rattlesnake lake & ridge but knew about snake river & the blue mountain in the lower east corner of the state just under the Snake River.
the east clue is under the snowflake when I had to search for it. you had to open more of her blog.
I hadnt thought of that–the West Coast–intriguing I am so excited for the reveal. I know the DH will be awesome. I learned to ski when I was 9 or 10. Love snow sports and water sports. Hate SHARKS. I am so excited.
The ski areas on the west coast are at higher elevations and usually are surrounded by conifer trees not deciduous ones. This photo is definitely not from a west coast ski area.
My favorite Shark is the one that steam cleans. Period. Other than that…..do sharks make good sea food?
They sure do — the one and only time I went deep sea fishing I caught a small tiger shark! It was mighty tasty!
Agreed! I think Mako & Thresher Sharks are the best tasting!
Ut oh, I got sent to the naughty corner, again. I forgot about S H O E S… I mentioned my daughter had a few pairs of shark ones as a child. Shark make great _____ (see above for the fill in the blank item).
I have saved shark skin to use for finishing sand paper on my woodworking projects too. It really has a nice fine grit too it. I know they make shark skin boots too!
Salem, Oregon is known as the city as "pretty as a postcard." When the postage clue came up, I Googled that phrase and Salem, Oregon came up.
Interesting. I didn't know that! There are some parts of Salem that I don't fit that description though!
LOLOL!!! As a registered lobbyist, I SOOOOO get what you are saying…LOL!!!!!
Sometimes when I went to the school for the blind, I would take alternate routes. I was not impressed!
Snow skiing…………..I tried it once and was not so good at learning how to stop once I reached the bottom of the hill. But it would be great fun to learn. I am a great waterskier, but snow skiing is something I would need to practice to be good at. Practice makes perfect! Still………the location is Vermont.
I like a bunny hill to begin with…..after I learn how to stop, then maybe I could try skiing down a bigger hill.
Now that we are talking about snowskiing……….is the home going to be built close to a lake? I would also like the option to waterski in the summertime.
The picture is of Blue Mountain and Blue Mountain is in Palmerton, PA. http://www.skibluemt.com/SkiBlue/conditions.aspx
But the Blue Mountain in the pix is in Ontario.
Thank you. I stand corrected. I totally did not catch that. I will stick with my original guess of the DH being in Vermont.
Good idea Kathy! I was always taught on multiple choice tests to stick with your first "guess".
The first thing I noticed was an upside down V – maybe it is Vermont.
Vermont is big mountain skiing and riding with a small-town feel. No matter where you are in Vermont, you are within about an hour’s drive of great skiing. And usually much less! Every ability level from gentle teaching slopes, to miles of wide open boulevards for intermediate cruising, to deep powder glades, challenging moguls and demanding steeps for experts is here for the taking.
Vermont is also the proud home to the first U.S. Olympic gold medal winner in Nordic skiing, Bill Koch, as well as many other Olympic medal winners including Ross Powers, Kelly Clark, Hannah Teter, Lindsey Jacobellis, Billy Kidd, Andrea Meade and others in skiing and snowboarding events.
The Green Mountain State is a haven for skiers and riders of all tastes and experience levels.
Smugglers' Notch Resort is located in Vermont's northern Green Mountains about 45 minutes from Burlington, Vermont and not far from Lake Placid, N.Y. You can fly to Burlington with just a couple connections from Chattanooga. Fly from Atlanta with Delta and connect just once in New York.
Smugglers' Notch has more than 600 mountainside condominiums centered around a resort village with shopping, dining, child care and teen centers, pool and hot tubs, and other amenities. Smugglers' three mountains encompass 1,000 acres of terrain and 78 trails that include learning areas for beginners and novice, intermediate and expert terrain. Smugglers' has consistently received awards from SKI Magazine, the Vermont governor's office and other state agencies for its innovative approach to environmental stewardship.
I gave up skiing a few years ago. Well snow mobiles and tubing can still be fun- and so can just watching the lovely scenery.
We used to have a MB who had pics of their snow mobile adventures. It DID look like fun.
regular powerhouse the ‘Bush has a history of developing all-star Ice Coast rippers. Twin mountains with 4,000-plus skiable acres, and a vertical drop of 2,600 feet means there’s plenty of steep, fun terrain to get loose on. Trailside launches and hits converge with famous tree riding, the once-elusive gullies pruned by renegade shredders in the summer have now become full-on glades, open and fast with the right amount of snow.
Lincoln, Castlerock and North Lynx comprise “Sugarbush South,” a perfect mix of beginner slopes, intermediate cruisers, and sheer-faced expert terrain. Mt. Ellen and Inverness round out “Sugarbush North,” offering a steeper and more compact riding experience, plus a well-shaped and progressive park system, and training slopes for the Green Mountain Valley School ski team. The recent installation of the Slide Brook Lift connecting South and North, and opened up a large swath of backcountry tree riding in the ridges and saddles between Sugarbush’s two areas.
Before I forget, THANK YOU MARY for the new clue! Even if you take skiing lessons, though, it will be a while before you are able to do what the person in the picture is doing (unless, of course, this move was totally unintentional on the part of this skier! LOL!).
Is that a female skiing photo?
Strange but true: Ski jumping is the only Winter Olympic sport closed to women. Tara Geraghty-Moats wants to change that. The 16-year-old Vermonter is one of 13 members of the U.S. women's ski jumping team. She is part of a growing effort to bring gender equity to the games!!
Ask most Vermonters about women and the Winter Olympics, and they may think of state gold-medal snowboarders Kelly Clark and Hannah Teter, both of whom hope to win again. But Geraghty-Moats, a Fairlee resident, has attracted the attention of the Legislature.
V can also be Virginia – how about near Wintergreen, Virginia? They have new home construction and skiing lessons.
I think is Minnesota.
Yahoo! Me too.. I've said that forever!
Mary said the 2011 DH is east of the 2010 DH so it can't be in Washington State. It could be north so….maybe Ontario? I kept saying why couldn't it be in "our neighbors to the north?" No really I still think it's in New York according the clues. In the Adirondack Mtns. which is near enough to Vermont. The clues about Cartier and the NY skyline have me thinking New York but actually it could be in downstate NY because they have skiing in the Catskill Mtns. also. I still sticking with Carmel because of the stamp clue but it could be anywhere in New York. Does that cover all the bases? Hee,hee!
i dont think Canada applies…all the sweepstakes rules have always been for U.S residence only. you need to meet all types of requirements to become a Canadian citizen, actually even to just visit. so i think Canada is definitely out.
"empire state of mind" maybe HGTV will showcase the vast opportunities of NY state.
There are also ski areas just minutes away from St. Louis, Missouri, and I can see an M in the picture, as well as a V. This isn't helping much so far.
Sue I hope you are still on here to see my post!
THE BLUE RIDGE MOUTAINS VIRGINIA !!! http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_Ridge_Parkway
(Make sure to scroll all the way down and see lots of pictures and info).
Read for Key words: 469, Cherokee Indian and Skyline Drive
Read the history and details such as: Flowering shrubs and wildflowers dominate the parkway in the spring, including rhododendrons and dogwoods and….Most of the rocks that form the Blue Ridge Mountains are ancient granitic charnockites.
If you click on the schematic twice http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Blue_Ridge_Park…
to zoom, at lower right corner of pic you can enlarge with icon. You can read the paragraph that actually says, "Groundbreaking celebration…."
Tourism is a large industry in the state. In winter, the ski resorts Burke Mountain, Stowe, Smugglers' Notch, Killington Ski Resort, Mad River Glen, Sugarbush, Stratton, Jay Peak, Okemo, Suicide Six, Mount Snow and Bromley host skiers from around the globe, although their largest markets are the Boston, Montreal and New York metropolitan areas. In the summer, resort towns like Stowe, Manchester, Quechee, Wilmington and Woodstock host visitors. Resorts, hotels, restaurants, and shops, designed to attract tourists, employ people year-round.
These links are pictures that look similar to the one on the main pg: http://www.flickr.com/photos/weaselmcfee/56808732… and check out the caption. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kurtkonrad/358310227… http://www.flickr.com/photos/ken801/3552269851/ this one is sunset one similar to previous picture clue.
Here's the main link to see Blue Ridge Mountain pictures from VA(relevant): http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=blue+mountain+in+…
SURE IS AMAZING!
Yes I love those pictures. There is another one of the Valley that is like looking at the picture on the main page.
Hey blue, you are the clue. Do you have mountains where you live?? LOL !!!
It still could be NH or NY or VT or VA. but now also Wisconsin or Michigan. Although, the other clues dont add up as much for MI but WI maybe. Dairy & cattle for eg for sure. Washington would have been great too but its West of DH 2010.
How many more clues do you think they planned on giving us before the Big Reveal?
I really think it is going to be in Michigan or Minnesota. The best skiing is in Utah!!! The Olympic Park in Park City UT is awesome!! I really wish HGTV would build a house in Utah. It has all seasons and everything from beautiful mountains to desert scenery.
I think you might get a few arguments on that statement! There are plenty of ski resorts in CA, OR, WA, NV & CO, that claim they have the best skiing. Some resorts in OR & WA are still open in August too.
Yeah but Utah's motto for years was "The best snow on Earth!" and was in reference to the skiing. There is great skiing in many different states.
Yeah but remember the politicians decide on the state's motto! And we all know how honest they are! LOL
I agree there are plenty of other states that have skiing but Utah is still the best!! Colorado is the only state that might be close. A ski resort being open in August is great for all those die hards but it wouldn't be the best skiing.
A vague clue isn't much better than no clue. Nothing resolved. Nothing eliminated.
You forgot nothing gained! ^_^
INTERESTING!! Another S clue. I really don't think it's just coincidence you guys!!
Does SC have any ski resorts?
I think South Carolina is probably better known for water skiing but there are snow ski resorts in South Carolina. Greenville spartanburg area is probably the best know area for snow skiing in South Carolina.
No sking in Spartanburg, or Greenville Newby,sorry just in North Carolina.
I'll take North Carolina.
How about St. Louis, MO?
I don't ski, but I love winter, winter scenery, fireplaces – inside and outside, red wine, and big comfy sweaters. DH, take me away….
I'm wondering if the colors – black and gold – that the skier is wearing mean anything.
The colors of PA are gold and navy…
But the Steelers, Pirates, and Penguins are black and gold! Go Pittsburgh!
Yee haw, a new clue!
LOOKING AT LAND I FOUND THIS……DANVILLES PRESIDENTIAL VIEW…. 10.3 ACRES… 1 MILE FROM DANVILLE VERMONT. WITH VIEWS TO DIE FOR… AND SOLD…..AT http:// <a href="http://www.danvillespresdentialviewlot.com/index2.shtml” target=”_blank”>www.danvillespresdentialviewlot.com/index2.shtml … MY NEW PICK FOR DH2011 danville's presidential view…
Aww…the link doesn't work for me :'(
mishi just google danvilles presidential view
DENSTEVE, Good sluething!
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