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Sunday, April 7, 2013

It's Twenty Questions Time!

It's that time of year again, the time where I know where we are going next and you (well, most of you) don't.  Instead of being nice and telling you where The Sherwood Family will be headed next, however, I am going to make you guess.  The rules are the same as last time.

1.  Only yes or no questions
2.  I will answer all questions from one round before proceeding to the next
3.  No specific city or country names for the first two rounds
4.  The game continues, with 24-hour rounds, until someone guesses where we're going
5.  The winner gets an all-expenses paid trip (excluding airfare and personal expenses) to our next post!   Valid from 11/2014 until the end of our tour.

The first round will end 12 AM EST on April 9 and the rounds will continue until we have a lucky winner.

For those of you who know what the list consisted of or have already heard what our posting is, don't spoil the fun.  As a bribe for your silence, I can offer you the same prize as the winner.

For those of you who prefer to remain private about your affection for my blog, I will enable anonymous comments.  If you win, however, you will have to tell me who you are in able to claim your prize (if you want it).

So, get out your atlases, and start the fun!


Bridget said...

Yay! I love this game.

Was this place part of the Soviet Union? said...

Oh! It's like an Easter Egg hunt . . but not.

1. Will you be in the same continent as Henderson
family members?

Anonymous said...

Will the dominant language be English?

Anonymous said...

Does it end in -stan?

Anonymous said...

Does it qualify you for the clothing allowance?

Joana said...

Is Arabic the language most spoken there?

Mike said...

Is it a Russian-speaking post?

Laura said...

Are any of the Hindu Kush mountains in this country? (Because you know that would be a massive draw for me.)(And this is all about me.)

kelley said...

Is the current name of the country the same it has been for the last 100 years? 200?