#6 probably isn't the EA-300LP linked to, because that model wasn't unveiled until Jul 27
. It's parent, the EA-300L, has been around for a few years, but unless a sharp-eyed person can make out the registration number, this list
of 134 planes will have to do.
The bridge and the ruins are starting to bug me
. It should
be a lot easier than it is: a four-lane cantilever crossing a wide river next to a fair-sized city. I'm not discounting that it might be overseas or from a previous season, but it has a Midwestern look about it. And since we now know that Sedona is on the route, I'm guessing maybe southern AZ for the ruins; the flag in front means it might be a state or federal attraction.
But no luck so far.