posted by Ace Jackalope at 12:59 PM
Jurassic Park, KS ???
Is it Dinoasour gardens in Michigen?
It's neither in KS nor at Dinosaur Gardens, but the latter is a good guess. There's a big clue to be found in the phrase "peace through understanding." Also, "rough tooth" is the name of this dinosaur in Greek.
Flushing Meadows, New York. Site of the 1964 New York World's Fair. Theme of the fair was "Peace through understanding."
Does Ace have his own personal tailor?
Toltec is close to the truth. Yes, that dinosaur *was* in Flushing Meadows for the 1964-65 World's Fair...but where is it now?As to Ace's finery, he does have a leather craftsman, Justin Reichert of McPherson, KS. He also has a chain maille maker, Chuck Sawyer of Wichita, KS. For clues as to where he obtains many of the rest of his disguises, see: http://thelope.blogspot.com/2005/11/wanted-turkey-for-short-term.html and http://thelope.blogspot.com/2006/08/national-pastime.html
Ace & the dino must be in Riverside Park, in Independence, KS.
Ohhh....so "on the right track" The animal Ace is facing is very similar to the one in KS, and he's seen it too, just a few days ago, but the one in KS is a Corythosaurus and the one in the picture is something else.
Ace is visiting Trachodon at the Brookfield Zoo in Brookfield, IL.
Yes; Toltec is correct. Ace was at the Brookfield Zoo near Chicago in July, after we had finished our Ohio trip and before setting out on an Illinois Route 66 journey. Well be starting a series on the Sinclair Dinoland dinosaurs as soon as we get more archival pictures of them from various sources, and eventually we'll get to that Rt66 stuff.
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