This is probably an easy one, but a fun one. Quiz: What is this structure? * * * * * * * And tell me, what are you up to this weekend? Anything fun? Good weather? The snow is practically all melted in Burlington (hallelujah), at least until we get a good April storm. 😉
For the Preservation Pop Quiz, Georgia edition. If you’re following the comments, you’ll see that the answer has already been revealed (from the knowledgeable Andrew P. Wood). However, for those who do not track comments, read on. The mystery structure is a smoke house that was part of the Granite Hill Plantation in Sparta, Georgia. … Continue reading Georgia Pop Quiz Answer
Let’s pretend it’s not freezing cold and winter, shall we? (Though if you are a skier, you love this weather, I know.) Turn your attention to the southeast. Georgia, to be exact. What’s your guess?
Most everyone thinks this building is a chicken house. That was my first guess, as it was many of yours. It’s not. Nor is it a sugar house. But, it does have to do with agriculture. This building is located on the former Vermont State Tree Farm in Essex, VT (Chittenden County). In fact, this … Continue reading The Not-a-Chicken-House Pop Quiz Answer
What is this building? How did you guess? Hint: it’s located in Vermont.
A pop quiz, of the “this one or that one” type, and why? All other elements being equal (hypothetically), would you choose: This railing? OR this railing? Please provide your reason for choosing one over the other.
What do you see in this photograph? Need a hint? It’s regional. Vermonters, you should know. Of course, bonus points if you know the location!
Happy Monday! Here’s a pop quiz. (Anyone else think actual pop quizzes are just about the worst thing in school? Luckily this if for fun, not grades.) How would you read this streetscape? Specifically, why is there a fire hydrant in the street?
Happy Monday, all. Name this object!
Someone get a lasso, because these pop quizzes are out of control without answers. Let’s review, shall we? Some of these have correct answers in the comments already, but I’ll include them here for the purpose of the round-up. And some could remain in discussion for a while – it would certainly give us cause … Continue reading Pop Quiz Round-Up