Last week’s photo was of a scruffy sign that read “QUAKER PARKING” with a bent arrow painted on it.
“Too obvious,” wrote Sandra Talarico, who along with 15 other readers identified its location as the Quaker Meeting House at the historic Four Corners in Shrewsbury the intersection of Broad Street (Route 35) and Sycamore Avenue. (We had one incorrect answer: Hudson Street in Red Bank.)
“Thank you for an easy one that brings to an end our dry spell,” wrote Wheregulars Carl, Kathy Lou, Bob and Debbie Colmorgen, aka the Colmorgen Kids.
On rainy days, the Grove at Shrewsbury, on Route 35, puts out baskets of umbrellas for temporary use by shoppers. No doubt some of those umbrellas never return.
But with last week’s photo, Where Have I Seen This? is pleased to have reminded several readers, including John Patton, that they’ve got one they’ve been meaning to return.
In the time that Jimmy and Lori Monteforte having been renting a house on Rumson Road in Little Silver, the blue-and-white buoy they plopped on the front lawn as a decoration appears to have become quite the attention-getter.
The buoy was featured as last week’s Where Have I Seen This?, and generated a boatload of answers. Thirty-eight, to be precise, one of our strongest-ever responses.
But in the days after our photo appeared, one or more clowns went up onto the lawn and banged the heck out of the buoy’s upper framework.
Identifying last week’s photo a bicycle trimmed in Christmas lights and a big red bow was as easy as falling off a bike for half a dozen fans of this weekly feature.
The mannequin shown in last week’s shot is part of the window display at 140 Broad Street in Red Bank, the corporate home of ThermaFree, a manufacturer (in Eatontown) of flexible ice substitute products used in shipping and healthcare both human and equine. Check out that last link if you want to see a horse getting a cool-down.
It’s that time again!
But in addition to the usual purpose testing your knowledge of local landmarks this Where serves as a reminder that Daylight Savings Time ends on Sunday, meaning at that 2 a.m. we’re all to move our clocks back one hour, to 1 a.m., and savor an extra hour of sleep.