“Finally one I know!” exclaims Kara Rumsey about July’s I Spy. “I see it every Saturday when I go to the Farmers’ Market.” It’s the “lemonade … hut,” writes Sarah Lillie–“a very cool bright yellow … stand that Joel Henry-Fisher built for his kids!” shares Ginny Russell-Sheldon. “It’s in my son’s front [yard] at 110 Felch St.,” writes Joel’s mom, Vicky Henry. “When his daughter wanted to set up a lemonade stand,” she continues, “he made her a lemon!”

“The lemon and the corn [June’s I Spy] can practically see each other,” notes John Bingamon. “We could use some refreshing lemonade in this heat!” writes Cherie Holodnick, whose son lives nearby. “You should see the adorable kids who sell the lemonade at that stand,” beams grandmother Kari Magill, who encourages “folks to drop by and have a thirst quenching treat!”

Our winner, drawn randomly from the sixteen correct entries, was George Fisher. “I see the lemon every time I pick up my grandkids,” he writes. “It’s fun to see passers-by whip out their phones for a quick photo.” George will enjoy his $25 gift certificate at Seva “with the owners and operators of the lemon.”

To enter this month’s contest, use the photo and clue on the Back Page of the August Observer to identify the scene, then follow the instructions at the bottom of the page.