Ok, mid-week in our little contest of architectural and historical knowledge, W. White has held on to an early lead, but the field is still close–it’s anybody’s game right now. W. White grabbed the lead on Monday by correctly identifying the Prentiss County Courthouse and adding information about it for an extra point. But then yesterday, I momentarily stumped everyone with my sly posting of Mount Holly, which looks alot like Ammedelle in Oxford. Much discussion ensued, in which I was accused, falsely, of pulling a fast one on my readers, which of course I would never do.
Here’s how it stacks up after two rounds:
W. White: 3 points
Carunzel: 2 points
tsj1957: 2 points
doakley: 1 point
JRGordon: 1 point
Belinda: 1 point
As you can see, there’s plenty of time for anyone in this list to tie it up today and run away with it tomorrow, or even come out of the blue to win it all and become our next Mississippi Preservationist Extraordinaire. And don’t forget I have a habit of throwing in a bonus round at odd hours of the day or night sometime during the week, so if you’re prepared, you can grab an extra point while no one is looking.
Quick, who knows what and where this building is?