January 26, 2023
The trusty reporter’s camera gets around all year. Take a close look at this picture. Do you recognize the location? It was a crisp, windy mid-October day when this photo was snapped, right in the heart of harvest season.
Here’s a hint: The elevator is in a small town. But you don’t even have to name the town. Just name the county where this photo was taken. If you know, send your entry to [email protected]. Be sure to include your physical mailing address in case you are the lucky drawing winner for a gift card. Or you can mail your entry to 599 N. 100 W., Franklin, IN 46131.
Apparently, more people need to travel and visit Prophetstown State Park, home of the old-time wagon pictured in the Spotted … in Indiana column in the November issue of Indiana Prairie Farmer. The lucky winner was Jacob Bacon, FFA instructor at Castle High School near Boonville, Ind.
Tons of people recognize the Purdue University campus, at least the College of Agriculture side of State Street. The photo in the January issue’s Spotted … in Indiana column was taken from an upper floor in the new Agricultural and Biological Engineering Building, looking northeast toward the Ag Administration Building. Thanks to everyone who participated, including Purdue alumni from Illinois and Ohio.
The winner is Roy Friedersdorf of Westport, Ind. Congratulations, and happy spotting. If you spot something unusual and it’s used here, you will receive a gift card.
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