Monday, December 19, 2011
At a glance
■ The 3-foot-long, 50-pound log is hidden somewhere in Steamboat Springs and marked “Yule Log” in red writing
■ Clues will lead readers on a virtual journey from the spot of last year’s log at Dr. Rich Weiss Park.
■ Clues are listed in Happenings in the Steamboat Today each weekday morning for 10 days or until the log is found.
■ When the log is found, alert the Tread of Pioneers Museum immediately at 970-879-2214. The log must be presented in person to claim the prizes.
Yule Log Clue No. 8 of 10
Dec. 19, 2011
Pick your lane, or buy a drink.
Enter the cave, and you might sink.
So many ways to hit a ball.
Those in service are always on call.
Yule Log Clue No. 7 of 10
Dec. 16, 2011
Swiss chalet hidden from you.
With shutter and lens, Gill captured the view.
Once was green, is green once more.
Can you decipher our historic lore?
Yule Log Clue No. 6 of 10
Dec. 15, 2011
Make your list and check it twice.
Where sweets and goodies did entice.
Turn a key, meet and greet.
Follow the clues on down the street.
Yule Log Clue No. 5 of 10
Dec. 14, 2011
Slippery Gulch was a hoot.
Cake and darts, now some boots.
Grant kept it red and white.
Soon the log will be in sight.
Yule Log Clue No. 4 of 10
Dec. 13, 2011
Decker and Bobbitt flew their hats.
Prohibition didn't stop at that.
The Olympic spirit is the force.
Follow your dreams and stay the course.
Yule Log Clue No. 3
Dec. 12, 2011
Two and two, you’re on your way.
Rumble on over, don’t delay.
Come on down, don’t lose track.
Slip and fall, you’re on your back.
Yule Log Clue No. 2
Dec. 9, 2011
The second span glowed in red.
Glance across to the beds.
Wind, bend, twist and turn,
A serpentine path you’re sure to learn.
Yule Log Clue No. 1
Dec. 8, 2011
Gentle now warm water flows.
Peace we seek, no longer foes.
32 is the year,
Join the hunt, the time is here.