Oh My 06880 — Photo Challenge #79

Ed Stalling is remembered by more than a plaque.

Carol MacDonald, Jack Harder, Bill Kiedaisch, Tom Wall and Carl Volckmann all correctly identified the site of the memorial in last week’s photo challenge: at Compo Beach’s Ned Dimes Marina.

They — and many others, including Ed’s sons Bob, Ed Jr., Dave and Susan — added loving tributes about the fisherman/outdoorsman/Scout leader’s influence on their lives. To read all the comments — and see the photo — click here.

This week’s challenge seems obscure. But this picnic bench is actually very visible. You just have to know where to look.

If you think you know where it is, click “Comments” below.

(Photo/Bob Mitchell)

(Photo/Bob Mitchell)

18 responses to “Oh My 06880 — Photo Challenge #79

  1. Richard Stein

    I believethat is the bridge on the Paul Newman reserve property across the street from his house sort of on the Coleytown North Avenue area…you can see it from the Coleytown road. This was dictated by Siri on my iPhone

  2. Jerry MacDaid

    Looks like a knocked over, partially broken bench. Only question is where someone left a busted bench.

  3. Sharon Paulsen

    At the Nature Center? (EarthPlace now?).

  4. Linda Stein

    Bridge between the upper and lower levels parking lots on imperial Ave?

  5. Mary Young

    Looks like the bridge from Evergreen Avenue into Winslow Park. Access is available to the public! Mary Young

  6. Jaime Bairaktaris

    Looks kinda like one of the benches that line the small trails that jut into the Saugatuck, off of Imperial.

  7. Good guesses, but still no one close.

  8. Bill Coley

    Aspetuck Nature Reserve off Weston Road?

  9. Edward Bloch

    On Burying Hill at Burying Hill Beach?

  10. Evan Stein

    On the walking trails behind Mahackeno near the outdoor pool.

  11. This is a tough one. Hint: You can see it when you’re stopped at a traffic light.

  12. Sharon Paulsen

    Maybe Kings Highway – near office buildings, up the road from Birchwood Country Club?

  13. Is it near the red barn where they used to take wedding photos and stuff

  14. Marcella Lozyniak

    The bench at Sakura