Monday, December 11, 2000
Clue No. 1, Dec. 11
Of course you'd stare, if you could see
Exactly where they've hidden me.
Last year I was at 8th and Oak
Now start the hunt, pry and poke.
Clue No. 2, Dec. 12
Standing there since '22,
Quarried rock with pale hue.
From Hahns Peak, vote it down.
Relocate in Crawford's town.
Clue No. 3, Dec. 13
Now you're on the "mile of roses."
Could the log be where wapiti poses?
Or should you go toward Gossard's dream?
Drive on! It's not hidden in the steam.
Clue No. 4, Dec. 14
Across the valley, there is a route.
Carrying residents in and out.
Along the strip was a well-known spot,
Where Cooper always stirred the pot.
Clue No. 5, Dec. 15
Always a place where cattle matter,
Once on the hoof now on the platter.
If it's safe, go on your way
Toward urban traders day by day.
Clue No. 6, Dec. 18
A New York Park out in the West?
Where Dakota sandstone has come to rest.
Which way would a searcher go,
Toward adjustable beds or a cache of dough?
Clue No. 7, Dec. 19
If Rudolph came along today,
Could the herd join in play?
Close around they put their stake.
Now which road should you take?
Clue No. 8, Dec. 20
Talk of mountains does abound.
Moraine and Highlands all around.
If Kris Kringle crossed a country trail,
He would be near curve and rail.
Clue No. 9, Dec. 21
Take a drive, turn 25.
Sundown is here.
Along the road, there is a lode.
The way up is near.