To find the final puzzle cache (number 7), you will need to find the first six caches (number 1-6) in this series. In each sequential cache you will find a picture of a Scrabble board taped to the log book where one of two players (Clint Noble and Heathcliff Wonderful) has added one word to the board. Thus, each cache is considered one turn of play.
Your job is to determine the point value the player has earned for that turn. You need to remember the player and their scores to find the final cache.
To find the location of the final puzzle cache:
- Add Clint Noble's total score to: N41 23.216
- Add Heathcliff Wonderful's total score to: W73 21.597
See link to the NFA website: Brunot Property
See link to the YOUTUBE: Brunot Biography
Brunot Fact:According to legend, Scrabble's big break came in 1952 when the president of Macy's played the game on vacation. When he returned home, he was surprised to find that his store did not carry the game. He placed a large order and within a year, "everyone had to have one."