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February 23, 2009


Posted by Chris @ 9:00 am  

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  1. kilburina says:

    i don’t see anything very clueworthy there! Hmm. (goes back to look harder)

  2. Tracy says:


  3. DW says:

    I guess Wisconsin.

  4. Debbie98 says:

    somewhere warm because of tennis shoes and light jackets!

  5. Melanie says:

    I would say somewhere warm. Short sleeves on your little one. Maybe North Carolina? I live in northern Florida and it was in the 70’s yesterday. I am sitting on the edge of my seat waiting to see where you are moving. I have a 14 year old & we moved about 4 years ago & it was really hard on him. We are moving again this summer about 800 miles from where we are now. Good luck.

  6. Chandra says:

    Since Atlanta has been guessed numerous times I’ll go Dallas, Texas. Hope the move went smoothly.

  7. hotcoffeenow says:

    Charlotte, NC. It’s warm (for you), but there are no leaves on the trees. The grass is sorta green, and there’s an Ikea.

  8. Kate says:

    Airplane. Ikea. Whole Foods. Spring dress. baseball….Atlanta?

  9. Christy says:

    Damn. Are you in Texas?

  10. cristen says:

    texas sounds possible–those signs, and the trees at the ball park, and it’s gotta be a big enough town to have ikea and whole foods, and warm enough for the short sleeves…but i really don’t think you would move there from CT. I am so intrigued.

  11. ALG says:

    Austin TX?

  12. Ashley says:

    Are you in Houston, TX?

  13. Jenny Kelly says:

    I say GA…Georgia

    The GA in the Gap sweatshirt? In the Ikea store.

    Plus I am from GA. and those look like GA Pines in Feburary.

  14. Keri says:

    I think Gulf coast of Florida! (I thinK I was wrong on Europe since your daughter is dressed for warm weather!)

    Plus, I know in FLA they are already playing little league

  15. Julie says:

    Austin Tx.

  16. Gretchen says:

    I’m going to arbitrarily guess Texas.

  17. vermontmommy says:

    austin, texas is my guess.

  18. Kathy from NJ says:

    Orlando, FL

  19. Jennifer says:

    Florida. There’s an Ikea, Whole Foods, and warm weather. And you went there on vacation recently. Also house hunting?

  20. Cathy G says:


  21. Cate says:

    Austin, TX

  22. Kathi says:

    South Dakota? As in Wall Drug?? Or perhaps Nebraska?

  23. jessica says:


  24. Lisa V says:

    Well, it’s not here, because you have a Whole Foods.

  25. McM says:

    Atlanta– baseball has started, they have normal looking terrain, plus whole foods and IKEA

  26. susie says:

    Connecticut will miss you! Enjoy the sun, wherever you’ve landed!

  27. northportmom says:

    North Carolina

  28. lee says:

    Has to be Arizona…

  29. jodi says:

    My guess is Houston Tx.

  30. Katie says:

    I think you followed Mir down to Georgia!

  31. Darcy says:

    Austin Texas! The “real people eat meat” sign on clue eleven did it. Welcome!

  32. Lulu says:

    I’m guessing Austin Texas. Even though it’s a bit dry. The old store with the signs look familiar. Bit dry on the baseball field but it’s been a strange winter. Austin is the headquarters for Whole Foods, my fav!!!

    Kids look happy. All the best in you’lls new home!!

  33. Christy says:

    DFW area?

  34. vermontmommy says:

    Ack! I see someone else picked Texas. I did not see that. I think we are right. Are we?

  35. Jen says:

    Texas?? I live in Houston, and based on the type of low growing trees, the cows, the railroads, the cactus growing near where the cow is grazing, the warm weather, the water tower, the rotting fence boards, and the many, many baseball games played every night, I am guessing somewhere in Texas. Plus, we eat a lot of meat here in Texas. Actually, I am going to be more exact and say Austin, Texas.