"Never miss a chance to do good"--David Stanley
Ashland. OregonAnybody who answers that fast (Kitty) is in the know.
Well my brain, which has never been to Colorado, yelled 'COLORADO' and I figured that was a good a guess as any. And then I zoomed the picture slightly and saw a weird looking....light? and my Geoguessr sense made me second guess myself.and now everybody else is saying Ashland Oregon so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Beautiful, wherever it is.
Definitely not Kansas.
I concur with Ashland, Or. I just spent two weeks in Eugene with my older brother while he recovered from major back surgery. There's so much beauty on this earth, and Oregon is one of the most spectacular places. But they're about to get hit with a bomb cyclone. I also have family in Tahoe. They're already getting major snow. My nephew is the publisher of Tahoe Quarterly - he loves it when the drifts are up to the eaves of his house. No thanks.
Colorado is burried under two feet of snow. We haven't had pretty colored trees in almost two months.
Hmmmm...My first thought was Vermont, but I think it is buried in snow; right about now.
Ha, I read Kitty's, then 2N's first line and thought, oh it really must be 'Ashland.' (Then I read the rest of 2N's comment and laughed).Just goes to show the power of suggestion. When more than one person says something with confidence, sometimes you kinda start to believe it. (Yikes!)And, I want to visit there. That is my kind of world.
The highest point in Fla is 345 feet and that is onto being in Georgia, so I know it isn't here.
A place I must visit and soon. How lovely.
It's Ashland, unless I'm way off base. The tall white building is a hotel I stayed in once, an old one that's rather odd.
I thought it was a view from Hank's lower forty, but he's already chimed in and didn't mention it, so I'm confidently going with Unknown.
Oregon or Washington judging from the green mountains, so I'm following the crowd. Lovely, lovely place. We have family coming to Northern Arizona from New Mexico, Denver, Durango, and Anchorage. Ironically, Anchorage is the surest bet. New Mexico has already dropped out. I think both Colorado groups will be able to slip out between storms, but we'll all probably be housebound here Thursday and Friday. Good thing I got a big turkey. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone.
Another Oregonian chiming in: Ashland.
Lovely, wherever it is.
If the Oregonians are right, I'll have to make my way to Ashland. What a lovely place. Beth I hope the storms aren't too bad out there. I remember when I lived in both Flag and Durango, the weather could turn on a dime.
This looks like something out of a fairytale. It seems it's in Oregon, but my guess would have been Skagit Valley in Washington (not that I've been there).
Karen McCoy, are you a Shakespeare fan? Because Ashland is known for it's Oregon Shakespeare Festival. They have excellent productions and an interesting mix of plays (not everything is by Shakespeare). Ashland also has a charming downtown and a giant, beautiful park (Lithia Park). Last time I visited, we stayed at a place with an in-room hot spring tub. It really is a magical place!
OMG is this beautiful!
That's a postcard perfect photo. How gorgeous. And no, have no idea, but will assume the locals have it with Ashland.
The Sleepy One absolutely yes! And the hot tub place sounds fabulous!
I think it is Ashland. In the days BC (before children) my wife and I visited there every year with friends to see great theater at the OSF. We stayed at a B&B. But the tall building looks like the Ashland Springs Hotel, which I'm pretty sure used to be called the Marc Anthony.
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