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 Boston coin Trail
- Value: $10,000
- This coin was not found due to legal implications
- The winner was drawn from a random ballot among registered users who received all clues by February 22nd
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- We'll make this search easy, forget 50 states. There are 13 of these and in one the coin waits.
- To find the coin sooner than later, find the shore of a stream flowing from the equator.
- All big games start out small, as with this birth state of volleyball.
- If you're hydrophobic, this will make you merry, to find the coin you won't need a ferry.
- Each player gets three balls per frame. From a means of lighting it took its name. Its birthplace marks the western border, bringing to your search a little order.
- Could a sinister spell your soul beguile? Then stay south of these famous trials.
- It's cold in winter but your search will freeze if you don't keep it above 42 degrees.
- In search of freedom they found this rock. From it, home toward Canada walk.
- From this clue you must not stray, tighten your search around the beantown beltway.
- The next hint will be easy for you, if you subtract 400 from the previous clue.
- Its initials are BOS, its name means hollow, as the eastern most point, it's a clue you should follow.
- Don't take for granted the monumental clue, for this is what you have to do. To face your direction you must be deft and gaze out slightly to Prescott's left.
- Of fourteen total it is one of the smallest but its buildings are the tallest. So take note of its size as you search for your prize.
- If you come from the north, there's something to know; you must deal with sea level above or below.
- Don't waste time, don't be reckless, confine your search inside the emerald necklace.
- BHCC.BU.MIT.NE.UM. It's not a question of what the letters might spell. Connect them as dots and a border they tell.
- Mile after mile of a Pilgrim's hat. North of this line is where you should be at.
- Even in winter salt water won't freeze, but this water is around 270 degrees.
- If you're tall and prudent one thing is clear, the place you seek is northeast of here.
- From city hall go back in time to find the very same place. Once you're there, you'll understand the pair, and know which way to race.
- At Big Creeds Term is a mixed up place, to the south of it is where you must race.
- With waters not potable, you should not stay, instead through public alleys make your way.
- The waters are famous, but not for their bigness, you're close to the coin by the good ship Cygnus.
- Finding the coin won't be nearly as hard, if you continue your search near Blaxton's back yard.
- Music in the round is your next connection. Take the longest path away and you'll head in the right direction.
- From second to first is the proper direction, once you've learned the history of subway connections.
- From celebrated place that governs the people, follow a dome in the direction of a steeple.
- This path's a dead end with a grain of truth, through the gates of Egypt you must sleuth.
- The coin is quite close, but you may never know it. Look down the road from an ancient Greek poet.
- You're hot on the trail, though the place may feel chilly. The coin rests by the name of a patriot at rest in Philly.
(answers supplied by rihel)
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