Cool and Quiet Construction Site at Night

You won’t see construction workers at this site in the nighttime hours. But there are a lot of folks out for an evening stroll and a refreshing beverage.

Cool and Quiet Construction Site at Night

Follow the clues to identify the winter wonderland shown in this mystery snapshot

A bright yellow PolyJohn Enterprises PJN3 restroom shows up well under the streetlights at this downtown construction site. The unit and an excavator are protected from vandals by a 6-foot chain-link fence. This is a busy downtown with many banks, restaurants, museums and hotels all within a few blocks of the work site shown. In the background, you see this city’s tallest skyscraper by a long shot: 35 stories, or 745 feet high. While that building is modern, the century-old brick structures in the foreground are more typical of this historic neighborhood.

Here are a few more clues to help you identify the restroom location:

1. This city was founded right around 1700 as a French colonial outpost.

2. Elevations here are as low as 10 feet above sea level, but there is no ocean in sight.

3. Step aboard for a military adventure.

4. Why are all these beads hanging from the trees?

5. The state flower is the oakleaf hydrangea.

6. Five Major League Baseball Hall of Famers were raised in this city. That’s just about the most anywhere.

To win the contest, be the first person to respond with the name of the city and the intersecting streets where the restroom is located. The winner will receive a Portable Restroom Operator T-shirt and recognition as a geographical whiz. Send your responses to editor@promonthly.com. The winner will be announced at www.promonthly.com and through the PRO Facebook page. 



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