You will never be told what the series title acronym stands for because it is VERY important to the final cache of the series, pending 7 weeks from now (May 22, 2011). If I were you, I would start thinking outside the box….it will help later on in the series of puzzles. Each week, another puzzle will be published (pending Keystone’s fantastic reviewing of each of them).
To a student at ONU, the residents of the lovely village of Ada are given the affectionate term of "townie." This simply means that they live here year-round by choice as opposed to the ONU student which is only here for around 4-6 years...typically. There are townies that go to ONU, and we like them just the same...we don't "hate." They bring their own sense of the town we learn in nine-ish months out of the year. Enough yappin'...time for the Regale Beagle !!!
Many of the puzzles that i have placed and will be placing have a "twin" so to speak. This one is no exception. If you solve this one, there is a cache in Springfield, OH that you will be able to figure out too...and of course vice versa. If this is your first time, I'd give it a 2.5....I believe the initial creator made it a 2 star (Either way I had to ask for a little budge lol
This is also a "twin" to two other caches in another way. This cache was originally place outside of Middletown, OH. The hide was replaced, but we found 2 caches!!! WOW! So I used it as a puzzle in Xenia, but I ended up needing a magnetic container in order for it to stay in place. I think it has found its true calling in the current and hopefully final location!
Enjoy the puzzle! N 40 and W 083 are assumptions.
Bucyrus, OH & Cincinnati, OH
Wyoming, MN & Clarksdale, MS
Moberly, MO & Toldeo, IA
Elizabeth, PA & Monroeville, PA
Wilson, PA & Easton, PA
You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.