Tuesday, September 26, 2023


Win a pair of binoculars

Who is this?

OK, RV travelers, it’s time for another swell contest, brought to you by the fine folks at your favorite newsletter of all time (you know what we’re talking about). 

Here’s the question!

We have our winner so hold your entries:
Answer to question is below entry form

Can you identify the face in the photo? We’ve provided five possible answers. Your job is to pick the correct one. If you’re the 43rd qualified person to answer correctly, the prize is yours. But be sure to read the rules before you enter or you could be disqualified.

Today’s prize
Today, we’re giving away these beautiful, highly rated binoculars. They’re lightweight, compact and will provide brilliant detail at 1,000 yards even in low-light situations.

Congratulations to last week’s winner, Ruth Turski of Kissimmee, Florida. The answer to last week’s contest was “None of the Above”

Enter the Contest

The correct answer: It’s the face of Lady Liberty, the Statue of Liberty

• Only enter once or you’ll be disqualified.
• We can only ship prizes to addresses with a U.S. Zip Code or Canadian postal code.
• You must be at least 18 years old to enter.
• You must reply to us, confirming your mailing address, within 12 hours of being notified you are a winner. If not, we’ll hold the prize for another contest.
• If we have no winner by Monday, April 29, by 10 a.m. (Pacific), we will hold the prize for another contest.
• No purchase is necessary to enter, and we will not share your information in any way with outsiders unless you win, in which case we will announce your name and hometown to our readers.

Chuck Woodbury
Chuck Woodburyhttps://rvtravel.com
I'm the founder and publisher of RVtravel.com. I've been a writer and publisher for most of my adult life, and spent a total of at least a half-dozen years of that time traveling the USA and Canada in a motorhome.


  1. To the wonderful staff at RVTravel.com. This is NOT the face of the Statue of Liberty. It is the proposed muslin face of Lady Liberty in the original design that was not used in the final creation of the Statue of Liberty. Please review this link and please revise the contest results based on this.


    Clearly the picture you posted in the contest is far different from the actual face on the Statue of Liberty. Hard to believe I am the only one pointing this out in the comments section.

    Thanks for all you do…very much enjoy reading your column’s.

    • Thanks for the comment, Mitch. Here is a quote from the Daily Beast, linked in the SFGATE article you attached: “To truly be Lady Liberty, the figure built with kids’ coins and originally conceived as a Muslim must remain a Muslim as well as a Christian and a Jew and a Hindu and a Buddhist and every other faith, even no faith at all.” Also, the caption below the image in that article says: “Statue of Liberty .. Liberty’s 17 foot 3 inch copper face, a likeness of the sculptor’s mother, stands uncrated ready for assembly on Bedloe’s Island ( now Liberty Island).” According to the National Park Service (and other sources): “The Statue of Liberty’s face is said to be modeled after the sculptor’s [a Frenchman] mother.” I believe the image we posted is the actual face of the current Statue of Liberty (although, to me, it looks a lot like Elvis 😉 ). —Diane at RVtravel.com


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