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Turtle Conundrum #3
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"Oh dear,he's turned into a Neanderthal rabbit!"
Marvin has been at it again, Bugs has been bugging him and he's had to hide the detonator - so where did he hide it? not in a forest, or a bus shelter, but you may have to dash and dart away from the muggles.
Sometimes when sitting at your desk you can hear the call of your inner child .. whispering Bugs Bunny cartoons in your ear.. He says "I knew I should have taken that left turn at Albuquerque". You close your eyes in a brief moment and flashes of better days appear and you're transported to another world.
"Back to the ol' drawing board."
As we sit at our desks during the day - the call of the cache can be heard hopefully the firewalls haven't blocked us and if they have we can get around them by clicking here and there and removing the proxy servers and find out just where those new caches are - or where are those TB's?.. lol ever feel at the end of the day like your Marvin?
But don't dispair - that 3 o'clock bell is about to ring (this one may be hard during the day) and we can go play now grab your telescope and microscope and see how hard it is to find this cache.. hmm we're getting creative and this is number 3 and they are getting harder.. oh where or where will then end.. hmm perhaps in outerspace??
Remember our theory - you're a kid on a treasure hunt - so if you are a kid no hiding spot is impossible!
Sbvy, Fnoer, Rcrr -
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:34:06 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:34 PM GMT)
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