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    Roger Rabbit spews:

    This is a church with a gas station across the street and a cemetery across the other street, and the cemetery has what looks like above-ground crypts, which suggests this is somewhere with a shallow water table — they do that in New Orleans, where all the graves are above ground because you can’t dig six feet down without hitting water. Also, there’s a truck towing a boat in the gas station lot, and the boat looks like the kind of boat they use in shallow marshy saltwater. Could be Florida, but doesn’t have a Florida feel, looks more like Louisiana or Gulf Coast Texass.

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    Pete spews:

    @1 Lee tells us it’s in the state of Georgia, Rog. And not a small town, judging by the highway and the size of the parking lot.

    I know GA pretty well (family and all). Pretty much everything south of the Piedmont (a line from Columbus to Macon to Augusta) is flat with a high water table. Water: the Atlantic Coast (Savannah, Brunswick). Waycross is the only sizable town near the Okeefenokee Swamp. I’d start there, and maybe Albany and Camden County (St. Marys etc, some exurbs across the FL line from Jacksonville).

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    Roger Rabbit spews:

    @2 As you know, rabbits are very sharp-eyed, especially in their old age. It’s an essential survival skill for us.

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    Roger Rabbit spews:

    Okay, so I missed by 1,500 miles. The guys trying to figure out where Malayasian Airlines MH370 is can’t prove they’ve done any better.

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    Seventy2002 spews:

    First United Methodist Church
    Thomson, Georgia
    Intersection of Tom Watson Way and Main St.