Post by xmarksdspot on May 21, 2020 12:10:53 GMT -5
I'm pretty sure I remember one of you guys pointing out the spirit of '76 on the Staten Island Ferry (page 148). I think that could be a clue to Staten Island. Oh and that toothy character looks a lot like Humpty Dumpty from Storyland, in New Orleans.
Thanks for pointing out that gate Sluggo. I’ve actually driven past this gate on the highway below many times and never noticed it. You can only see the very top of the arch for a second or two if on the highway due to the large difference in grade and the overpass above. Being from the general area what I can tell you is most people aren’t familiar with this particular structure. It’s not even the most spectacular or well known gate at the CNE. If you look up the Princes Gate, which is on the east side of the CNE grounds, THAT is the gate everyone knows about.
while I am not advocating for Toronto, the arch in the book pic has ragged looking edges. could easily represent the lights on the Durrerin actual. just observing. St Louis arch is smooth, no mistaking that..
I just went to St. Louis and that is the arch... again I suggest that is the location for pic #6
Like your enthusiasm. For most St Louis folks, image 9 is their pick. The Blues note is just one item. Montreal is the concensus city for image 9, the legeater near the top of the fingers is a primary indicator. No one has found that in St. Louis, yet.
Need more than a perception of St. Lous spelled out in blocks. Show your work. Make your case. I will listen. I have been at this only three years. If only 3 found in 40 years, the cow path that everyone else is on ain't right. I avoid cow paths, so I guess I am a contrarian.
No one is right until a casque is recovered. Period. So, have at it.