Hello all! Happy Sunday!

So last night I posted about my awesome Saturday and our super secret surprise Saturday outing.
The hubs took us all on a surprise jaunt to a place I have been dying to visit since we moved here.
He knows how much I love surprises, so it was a wonderful trip all around!

And I posted this last night, but it was very late so many of you probably didn't see it, so I want to post it again and give you all another chance to enter my mini contest.

I am going to post about the trip and post a bunch of pictures later, but I want to have a little Guess-My-Surprise-Trip mini contest fun first! :D

So take a look at the picture below, examine it, think about it, and leave a comment with where you think we went. (Clue 1- peruse my About me. Just throwing that out there :))
Which ever lovely blogger comments first with the correct answer will get a featured blog post here on TPRM!

So here is Clue 2- The photo evidence :)
Way too vague you say?
Totally not fair you say?
That's just the flipping woods you say?
I say no to all of the above!
Pay attention to the clues I gave and the answer
will be so obvious, you'll smack yourself in the head.
But seriously, don't smack yourself.
I hold no responsibility for smack-related injuries.
:D
Happy guessing!
<3tprm
Oh and don't forget to stop by this Tuesday for my first photo challenge contest!

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