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It's Our Tweet!

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Hidden : 8/17/2012
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2 out of 5

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Nope, it's not a "chirp." It's a "tweet" and not "Dutch tweet" either! "It's Our Tweet!" We hope the kids will get a smile out of this one! We’ve had the idea for a while but, until now, it was only that. It’s a quick multi in that there’s not a lot of walking to it. The re-direct is a bit of a mystery but the final is a camouflaged well-washed peanut butter container with a variety of "swag."

The Rest of the Story

There is parking at the obvious location but be careful to choose the best spot. You may well be greeted by the sound of dogs from nearby; they are well fenced in as you will be able to see. As you may see from the logs, Opal & Yugsirap experienced canine activity closer to the rail trail (but fenced in) on the north side too so be prepared.
Make your way to stage one along a pleasant rail trail bordered by farmland with lots of always interesting sky above. The re-direct may be a challenge but once it’s found, the final should be a breeze. Hope you enjoy it!

Please bring your own pen or pencil!

Congratulations to uptownbrowns for earning the honour of being FTF!!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur jvagre nggevohgr vf orpnhfr bs gur ybpngvba bs obgu fgntrf!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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