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C-I Geo-Art: Stand with Me

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Hidden : 02/14/2015
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**You will need a DNR ski pass for this trail if you are skiing during the winter. Please respect the groomed trails if you choose to hike during the winter.**

To solve this puzzle, answer the following question then click on the Certitudes icon:

We are known as the Crosby-Ironton _ _ _ _ _ _ _?

Many thanks to Aix Sponsa for all her help in creating my first Geo-Art series. These puzzles are made to be very family-friendly and easy to minimize computer time and maximize your fun outdoor time. I hope you enjoy them!

Larson Lake Trail is a multi-purpose trail system; hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, horseback riding. The terrain is rolling hills. Trails go through a predominately oak forest. Many trail segments encircle tamarack and black spruce bogs. Large diameter red and white pines are also present in several areas. Intermediate skiing ability is suggested.

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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