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M is for Minneapolis

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Hidden : 01/19/2012
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Not at the Posted Coordinates
This Minneapolis cache fulfills the cache hiding requirement for Naked Scrabble (GC14R31).

A: Cream of Wheat, Totino's Frozen Pizza, Green Giant Vegetables
B: John Paul Getty, Walter Mondale, F. Scott Fitzgerald
C: The clock tower of the Minneapolis's Old City Hall and Courthouse reaches a height of more than 340 feet
D: Minneapolis is regularly lauded as a great place to live and vacation
E: The most significant collection of Chinese jade in the United States is housed at the Mpls. Institute of Arts
F: Minneapolis's name was derived from a combination of Sioux and Greek words meaning "city of waters"
G: Loni Anderson, Prince, Cheryl Tiegs, Charles Schultz and Betty Crocker
H: The clock tower boasts four clock-faces that are larger than those of London's Big Ben
I: William Wadsworth Longfellow based his epic poem, "The Song of Hiawatha"
J: Minneapolis served as the home of Mary Richards, the all-American, career-oriented girl of the '70s
K: No name could suit the area better — 22 lakes exist within the city limits
L: Ironically enough, Wadsworth never visited Minnehaha Falls
M: 22 lakes exist within the city limits and afford Minneapolis the nickname "City of Lakes"
N: Jade Mountain, a 16th century sculpture carved from a 640-pound piece of jade
O: Minneapolis has more theater seats per capita than any other city in the US


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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