Sunday Guest Star

Welcome to ConcreteWow! We thought that allowing ourselves to recognize more than one cat would make the job easier, but it didn’t.

First, where am I really? No one got it. This is an old abandoned building that was worked with the concrete towers here in the town called Concrete. It is abandoned and is part of the park behind the concrete silos that are the welcome sign. In fact it is a bit behind them and off to the right–just out of camera range.

So who was most correct? Honestly, for a pure closest guess of the type of place, we’d like to say Karen Jo.

I haven’t a clue where you are, so I am going to guess that you are near a very old and no longer operational monument carving facility.

We also had some cats guess Washington for the mountains, which we thought was a great (and probably safe guess) so we need to acknowledge Princess, Zevo Calamari(who thought it was a hiding place) and Bobbie and the Bunch for being the most technically correct responses.

For the most amusing note: Yaffa and Sebastian who said:

Hmm, we are not sure where you are Chey! Maybe you are visiting President Bush’s new house, after he’s been thrown out of the White House. :)

We had a lot of creative and wonderful comments and we could go on the whole time awarding guesses! But instead of that, why don’t you go over and take a look at our many many amusing and profound responses!

Oh and we’d use a photo of our main winner, Karen Jo, but we have yet to find one of her!


  1. Rats. We stink at guessing stuff. But at least you weren’t in a dumpster like Mom guessed. Have a wonderful Sunday!

  2. Ah Ha! I would never have gotten this one right!

  3. I never knew there was a town called Concrete!

  4. WOW! A town called concrete!
    That’s a huge sign 🙂
    Purrs Mickey

  5. YAY for Karen Jo!!!!

  6. Ida nefurr gotten it. Sorry I havvint been round much to commint. We gots cumpnee. Loved all your posts this week as always!

  7. Congrats to all… we think it should be George Bush’s new home!


  8. Very interesting place and building, Chey! We never would have guessed right! Happy Sunday!
    Purrs and headbutts,
    Sabrina, Sam and Simon

  9. Kudos to Karen Jo! Concrete looks like an intriguing place!

  10. Thanks for acknowledging our answer to the question. And happy it gave you all a laugh. That is a very large building. Pretty neat!

  11. Karen Jo is a superduper guesser!

    Kittyhugs and purrs from MaoMao!

  12. a town called concrete??? no way!
    i am guessing it is the prettiest place on earth…
    \thanks for coming by and checking on my Chey, I really appreciate it, your support means alot xxx

  13. Congratulations to Karen Jo! She’s a very smart bean, in addition to being a very sweet one! *smile*

    Purrs and snuggles from Marilyn.

  14. I would say dat Concrete iz about az funny a name az Drain.
    Congratyou nationz to da cats dat had furry funny commiints & to Karen Jo.

  15. We GOTTA remind The Big Thing ta tell us when it is Saturday. We keep missin yer Sunday Guest Star entries…

  16. thats a neet sign. its a silly play on werds fur the town. beans are silly.

  17. You guys are all much more geographically savvy than I! And I’d a never thunk what it turned out to really challenge us, Madame President!

  18. The town is called Concrete? (smacks forehead) we shood ha figured dat out, ha, ha, ha……but we never wood have.

    Moe & Mindy

  19. Oh, goodness … Is that for real? Is it in Washington State?

  20. What an odd building – strangely enough it reminds us of the wrapped Reichstag (Christo, Berlin)…. Hahahahahahahaha

  21. Wow, thanks, Chey! I never dreamed that my guess would be the closest. I only posted one picture of myself and that was last Christmas, so I am not surprised that you couldn’t find one of me.

  22. Who would have guessed? We didn’t.

    Congratulations to Karen Jo for coming the closest!

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