Where is this?

Teegate

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Where is this? One person here should get this fast I would think.

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bobpbx

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I have no idea.
Here's another clue:

You are driving ENE on a sand road, with a beautiful lake on your right. On the left side of the road, out of the corner of your eye, you see a building off in the woods, about 350 feet away. As usual, you wonder what it is, and often think that it's associated with the......
 

Teegate

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That looks like it. It must be Bob's car you see parked along the road. :D

I never went back there.
 

Gibby

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Was it the clue?

Yes. I have driven by that building a hundred times and always wondered what was back there. It is so far off the main road, I never thought to take a look.

- I bet there may be tuberous spiraling orchids in that disturbed open sandy lot.
 

bobpbx

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Yes. I have driven by that building a hundred times and always wondered what was back there. It is so far off the main road, I never thought to take a look.

- I bet there may be tuberous spiraling orchids in that disturbed open sandy lot.
You may find some! I walked around the building looking for Kneiskern's Beak Sedge. I did not see it, but I didn't do a complete search. The perimeter is open and slightly damp in spots. Good for all sorts of things.
 

bobpbx

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It may seem a stretch, but I really think someone will nail this location down. This is a wonderful, vast field of Andropogon virginicus, which is a variety of bluestem grass.

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