June 06, 2009
We found the answer, ( i mean you) it was a few hours ago, but um, yup.

Riddle answer is found in the following summary of Pawling, NY

Pawling is a town in Dutchess County, New York, United States. The population was 7,521 at the 2000 census. The town is named after Catherine Pawling, the daughter of Henry Beekman, who held the second largest land patent in the county. A part of the town was involved in a boundary problem involving New York and Connecticut. A section of the town, "the Oblong," was settled by Quakers in the 18th century, probably around 1720. The Quaker Meeting House is still standing today, and open for visitors. George Washington established his headquarters at the John Kane House in the town (now the village) for two months in 1778. The town was founded in 1788, but part of the town was used to form the neighboring Town of Dover in 1807. The oldest public golf course in the United States, the Dutcher Golf Course, also is in Pawling, and still in use. The Pawling Corporation is headquartered there.

We've been having our daily facebook fan pick, but doesn't seem like they're visiting the website like they're suppose

FB Picks you have until 11:59pm the day you were listed. Email us and we'll tell you a special text to put on facebook to verify that it is you. Remember every 1000 facebook fans we have the more we increase the reward amounts!

Good job on telling people about us websiteoutlook says we're averaging 488 hits a day! Game 23 will be posted soon in approx. x amount of hours :P