I’m not a huge Bubble Jeopardy fan. When you suck at something, being a fan of it just doesn’t seem kosher. But I’ve got a few images that I doubt most people will recognize easily, this being one of them. If it isn’t nailed within 10 guesses I’ll feel justified so guess badly in the beginning to make me feel good.
Hint: Are you kidding? I’d give away a hint without a single guess? Homey Don’t Play That!_ :-D
And solved in no time at all by KiwiAna who guessed steam locomotive a lot faster than this one runs. Congrats!
This one is highly unique tho so guesses at to what lonely loco this is are still welcome. :-D
OK, so much for me being on the other end of Bubble Jeopardy. I’ve got a new record: I’ve never sucked at BOTH ends of something before. Well, maybe a straw once or twice.
This is from the only narrow gauge train still functioning in America. Outside Santa Cruz proper is an old lumbering town called Roaring Camp. In the 1880’s this engine named Dixiana brought timber down from the coastal forest. This was back at a time when foresting was allowed in areas of Tall Trees. Some of these trees are 1000 years old or older.
More on other images of the beautiful Roaring Camp area in the gallery.