Perseverance and a few well-timed glances made Connie and Greg Weaver $100 richer this week.
The Hagerstown couple submitted all 12 correct answers to the clues given in the third annual Hagerstown landmarks competition after 15 to 20 hours of hunting around city limits.
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"We probably put about 200 miles on the car, (used) two tanks of gas," says Connie Weaver, 28.
"You think you'd be able to pinpoint some of these pictures they take," says Greg Weaver, 33. Even though he's a Hagerstown native, he says it was tough to find the clues provided by Herald-Mail photographers in Lifestyle Sunday, July 11.
While out searching on her own, Connie found the handprints on the railroad bridge on West Washington Street between Walnut Street and Burhans Boulevard. She cut through some side streets and stopped in the alley next to the American Red Cross office on South Prospect Street. She looked out her window and saw the horse tether block - clue No. 12.