Island Mystery Quiz


Uncategorized / Friday, November 25th, 2016


On Sunday, November 27th, 2016, I will be telling you which island I am living on. And it’s now time to tell me which Island you think I am living on!

If you are new to my blog… Island Mystery is a series in which I give you clues about the mysterious island paradise that I am living on.

Two winners will be randomly selected, but must have given the correct answers. To enter the quiz, answer the questions below in the comment section. You will be able to give your answers from  today (Friday, November 25th) up until tomorrow (Saturday, November 26th).

Winners and answers will be announced on Sunday, November 27th, 2016. 

Prizes… The winners will be each receiving a butter dish from The Pioneer Woman kitchenware line.

Thank you to all my friends who have followed this series. I’ve had so much fun meeting you, hearing stories about where you live and telling you about my island.

My final clue… I am living in the Caribbean☺


Here are the questions:

Which island am I living on?
A) Hawaii
B) Anguilla 
C) Jamaica

The crabs eaten here are land crabs. True or false?
A) True
B) False

All the best☺☺☺ Also, where do you live? I would really love to know♥

Happy Friday!

Love,
Summer

17 Replies to “Island Mystery Quiz”

  1. Hi Summer,
    For a long time I've thought you lived in Jamaica. I'm going to say Anguilla now and no on the land crabs. 🙂

    I'm in Texas, the greatest state! I'm in the DFW area ~ closer to Ft. Worth and definitely a Ft. Worth kinda girl.

    xo
    Pat

  2. I have thought for a long time that you live in Jamaica. And true, you eat land crabs. I'm from Philadelphia, PA in the USA. My city is large and is called "The City of Brotherly Love" and "The Birthplace of Liberty."

  3. I'm going to guess Anguilla. And I'm not sure I know the difference between land crabs or not, but I will say True on that! I live in Colorado, in a suburb just north of Denver.

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