(Last Update: Monday, May 1, 2:21 pm — THE CACHE HAS BEEN FOUND! Need to do a final tally on the eFinders.)
The Subtilla Stealth cache (pictured to the left) has been hidden, somewhere out in the world, and we are looking for 2 winners:
#1 – Whoever physically finds the box
#2 – A randomly selected “eFinder” among those who e-mail me the right answer
For full RULES information, CLICK HERE.
The clues for this finders/keepers puzzle will all be listed in this post. I’ll be giving out new clues about once per day until the thing is found. I will be updating this post as each clue becomes available.
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- Post a comment directly to this blog using the form at the bottom of this page
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- Talk amongst yourselves, using whatever means you’d like. 😉
eFinder Scoreboard (final standings):eFinders: 6Correct City Guessed: 6Correct Location Guessed: 4
So … here are the clues:
The last clue you’ll need:
Clue #1 (Friday, 27-April-2012):
Some March winds find April Showers
Some Aprilshowers find May Flowers
Some Mayflowers find Rocks
Clue #2 (Saturday, 28-April-2012):
One in the sky. And 2 under.
No surprise, there is a body of water.
Clue #3 (Sunday, 29-April-2012):
A sign for the District that really looks nice
I count the rivers: once, twice, thrice
The waves are stacked: green, yellow, blue
If you’re too slow others might play through
Clue #4 (Monday, 30-April-2012):
It is very green. And greens.
Very groomed for grooming.
A path from a handy lot runs north.
It’s a bit of a walk past each course.
Past the range where the nets contain the game.
Clue #5 (Monday, 30-April-2012):
Just off the parking lot (will still need to walk a bit to find the prize):
Clue #6 (Tuesday, 1-May-2012):
Continue past the range
Into where the fairies and elves might play
Until you find the seat
That looks on a strangely green tree