Well, what did you think? Was last week’s question too difficult? It was tricky, but I was confident that you would find the answer!

So the Pony Express station near an army fort along the Laramie River was…


Okay, let’s try a new set of clues and see what we can come up with. This one shouldn’t be too hard for you!

The Saint Lawrence Seaway helped to connect this port to the Atlantic Ocean. During the 1920s, this city was the home of the notorious gangster Al Capone. Mrs. O’Leary’s cow was believed to have started the major fire that broke out in this city. There were at least ten railroads that met in this city and branched out to the rest of the United States. The Art Institute is home to the 68 miniature rooms made by Mrs. Thorne–every item in each room is extremely tiny and useable (there is even a teeny, tiny Bible that could be read with a magnifying glass). What city is this, and in which state is it?

Please remember to put your name on your answer! Have fun with this one!