The 12 Days of Tour Stops: Day 12
Well, it’s the day you’ve been awaiting/dreading: the day we announce our full (as of right now) tour roster and finish with the discount codes for guessing and whatnot. A hearty congratulations to Kate Hollis for knowing that Providence, RI is home to the world’s largest termite! Well, it’s blue and made of steel and fiberglass, but still. Another awesome thing about the big blue bug? Since 1990, the termite has been known as Nibbles Woodaway. Best name ever.
Alrighty! Are you ready for the final clue? Of course you are. You were BORN ready.
On the eleventh day of tour stops my publicist gave to me,
The last stand of Davy Crockett
A 58-foot-long blue termite [Providence]
A cyclorama depicting a Civil War battle [Atlanta]
800+ Art Deco buildings [Miami]
A system of climate-controlled skyways [Minneapolis]
70 bronze longhorn steers [Dallas]
1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats [Austin]
Four hundred and forty-six bridgessss! [Pittsburgh]
The first word spoken on the moon [Houston]
An original (American) Irish coffee [San Francisco]
A giant copper acorn [Raleigh]
And the country’s first revolving eateryyy! [Seattle]
Make it count!
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