Identify and place this Alabama landmark and you could win $25! Winner is chosen at random from all correct entries. Multiple entries from the same person will be disqualified. Send your answer by March 9 with your name, address and the name of your rural electric cooperative. The winner and answer will be announced in the April issue.
Submit by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail: Whereville, P.O. Box 244014, Montgomery, AL 36124.
Contribute your own photo for an upcoming issue! Send a photo of an interesting or unusual landmark in Alabama, which must be accessible to the public. A reader whose photo is chosen will also win $25.
This rock, located at the Little River Canyon National Preserve near Fort Payne, has also been known as the Needle Eye Rock due to the slot in its base. The preserve’s National Park Service website offers an unverified story about its history: Several decades ago, a road crew constructing the original scenic drive refused to blast away the rock formation, despite plans that called for its removal. The crew built the road around it instead. (Photo by Carolyn Garrison)
The randomly drawn correct guess winner is Martha Kirby of Sand Mountain EC.