Contest 168: Best Offense
When Sen. John Edwards, a relative newcomer, threw his hat into the presidential ring, it raised the backles of veteran Democratic hopefuls. They met in a town in the southwest quadrant of Indiana, near the Illinois border, to design a game plan to thwart his ascendancy.
Name the town.
Deadline for Contest 168 entries is Friday, Jan. 17, at 10 a.m. Send entries by e-mail (travtrivia@washpost .com; put the words "ETT No. 168" in the subject field); fax (202-912-3609); or U.S. mail (postcards only) to Extreme Travel Trivia, Washington Post Travel section, 1150 15th St. NW, Washington, D.C. 20071). One entry per person. Winner chosen at random from correct entries received. Include address and phone. Employees of The Post are ineligible to win. Entries become property of The Post, which may edit, publish, distribute and republish the info in any form, including paper and electronic media.
Results from No. 166: Good Riddance
In Contest 166, we sent you on a New Year's sabbatical to Norway's Svalvard Island after a long and stressful 2002. Congratulations to our Travel section mousepad winner, Sally Waxman of Bethesda, who not only knew the answer to our riddle-Longyearbyen-but has actually been to the spot. Says Waxman: "It's a very nice little town."
Next Week: Winner of 167, Moving Picture