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National Park Mystery Spot 37: Tall Is Too Small

National Park Mystery Spot 37 is a unit of the National Park System .  If you can tell us which it is, you will be eligible for our monthly prize drawing.

"Tall is too small," the barista said,
"Starbucks  recommends the medium instead. "

What Hoover hammered out of the park
Was a curveball with a generous arc.

The Venus you see through your naked eye's lense
Shines like a star that has no friends.

We'll reveal the answer and explain the clues in tomorrow's Traveler.


Casa Grande Ruins? I am getting error messages everytime I try to anwer guizes. Are you getting these?

Sorry, but it's not Casa Grande Ruins. But if you were a bird dog, we'd notice that your tail is wagging and you've got your nose lifted into the wind. 

Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument?

Sorry; it's not Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument. Cold.

Congratulations to ed-123, who just proved that it can be done. BTW, Ed, you just needed to name the national park, not a cultural or physical feature on the premises.

second guess: Arches National Park?

It's not Arches National Park. In fact, the mystery park is not in Utah.

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