National Park Mystery Spot 34: Focusing Too Much on the Details
Mystery Spot 34 is a natural feature located in a national park that is not one of the 58 National Park-designated units of the National Park System. Can you identify it from the clues provided below?* The first five readers submitting correct answers will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing.
Kate's highborn mate has a balding pate.
If details are all you glean, the overall pattern may not be seen.
This water body bears the same name as a g-man school of enduring fame.
Bonus clue, no extra charge: Where do you find yourself when you become hopelessly stuck in a sorry situation and you don't even possess a bladed implement of the appropriate design?
To correctly answer this puzzler you must provide two pieces of information -- the name of the natural feature and the name of the national park in which it is located.
We'll reveal the answer and explain the clues in tomorrow's Traveler.
No cheating! If we catch you Googling or engaged in sneakery of any description, we'll make you write on the whiteboard 100 times: "Antidisestablishmentarianism, the doctrine or political position that opposes the withdrawal of state recognition of an established church (used especially with reference to England's Anglican Church), should not be confused with disestablishmentarianism, which denotes opposition to an established order, especially state support of an established church."