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Hint, hint - he beat the British.
From this angle, I would say George Washington, but could be any fella that wore that attire and a wig.How you doing there, Janet? All rested up now, from the bash at John's?
A wig you say, we all thought it was real.
Not a clue. xxx
looks like danny la rue
You are spot on Sharon-any ideas whereabouts this statue is though ?
Lost me on this one, love the touch of colour:) xxx
Yes, nice touch that -isn`t it Linda ! I hear he never goes anywhere without his bands xx
Hint #2 - This is a famous emcampment site of the American Revolution in 1776 where Washington and his men spent a difficult winter while fighting the British.
Valley Forge. I think there are 3 statues of Washington there - one seated, one on a horse, and this one. Is that right? Of course I like the equestrian statue best!
George Washington in Valley Forge?Hi Janet...loved seeing you in the photo's of John's. Looks like it was a great success and you all look like you're working hard and having fun! Bet you were all 'nackered' as you say over there..when it was all done. Enjoy your weekend!Maura :)
Good Grief, Janet, if I had bothered to look, it says George Washington on his stand thing! There are so many statues of him, I haven't a clue where this one is located... beyond being outside. LOL!Sorry :(
Yes -I wondered who would have the good sense to try enlarging the photo to read the inscription !The lovely lady who took the time and trouble to send this to me [thank you Arlee] has been giving you all clues-she lives in Pennsylvania !Well done Sharon for identifying him without cheating and Terry for getting both answers right ! xx
I thought this was a trick question....especially after reading his name at the bottom of the statue.lol Unfair.....Sharon and Terry are Americans. They see George every day!!! lol
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