We presented you with the mystery location seen at left in the September-October 2010 edition of Where Am I? We also gave a few clues, such as telling you that the site is located on the border of the 45th and 48th states (that's Utah and Arizona) and that a Native American tribe owns the area and operates tours to look at the formations.
Then it was your turn to tell us the name of this specific spot.
Well, a record number of you responded. We got 1,411 answers sent in via snail mail and our Web site. And more than half, 739, gave us the correct answer: Antelope Canyon, located on Navajo land near Page, Ariz.
We took those 739 correct answers and used a random-number generator to select our winner: entrant No. 473. That lucky entry belonged to Jennifer Peterson, an assistant den leader from Chandler, Ariz.
Congratulations, Jennifer! For being our lucky winner, she'll receive a $100 gift card to the BSA's Supply Division. That card is good at local Scout Shops or at scoutstuff.org.
Bummed that you didn't win? No worries. We've got another Where Am I? challenge for you in our November-December 2010 issue, due out at the end of this month. Grab the issue and send us your guess for a chance at another $100 prize.