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I Spy With My Little Eye

A cache by Ol'Fogie Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/23/2018
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This cache is NOT at the posted coordinates, so don't wander around the interstate exchange looking for it. Instead, look at the picture in the link below and solve the puzzle for the correct location. Also, I strongly advise against hunting for this cache at night. During the day the final location is a lovely family spot in a beautiful, well patroled area; but, after dark it does sometimes become a camp for the less fortunate.


This puzzle cache is designed to test your powers of observation and to let you see first hand that someone could be watching you from miles away. Ultrahigh-resolution, gigapixel cameras can let observers see the title of that book you're reading from a mile away. Are you scared yet?

Knoxville

The link will take you to a cityscape of Knoxville. Your job is to use the clues below to find the numbers scattered throughout town that you will use to fill in the blank spaces to get the final coordinates. For the purposes of your search, consider north to be the top of the image when a clue references a direction. The beginning numbers of each coordinate are obvious, but I thought you might enjoy hunting them down anyway.

GO TO: http://gigapan.com/gigapans/24521
 

Solve for: North AB CD.EFG West HIJ KL.MNO

A: At the base of a "One Way" sign is grafitti of faces; how many faces are painted there?

B: At the intersection where a pedestrian bridge is located, how many vehicles are waiting at the red light and facing north?

C: There is a building with a green triangle at the top; subtract one from the number of windows on each floor on the visible side of the building?

D: On the sign advertising custom tailors, what is the sum of the first two numbers of the price listed?

E: Find the balcony with a red-topped grill and white-cushioned chairs; how many chairs are there?

F: What is the first number of the license plate on a white Jeep parked beside a blue Chevrolet truck?

G: Find a sign for a building that houses a clinic and an Optician's office. What is the first number on the address on the sign?

H: There is a guy carrying a box on the sidewalk with several girls walking behind him; how many people dressed as clowns are walking behind the girls?

I: Between a red-roofed building and a church is a parking garage; subtract one from the number on the sign on the top level of the garage?

J: How many flags are there just a wee bit northeast of a free-standing cell tower?

K: There is a billboard advertising a restaurant with a large yellow arrow on it; how many letters are in the name of the restaurant?

L: On the blue and white coffee sign with three big letters at the top, how many words are in the slogan?

M: Find the building with a clock tower that has a flag atop its dome; what number is the minute hand on?

N: How many christmas trees are atop two identical buildings which house a corporate agency of the United States?

O: At a particular intersection, there is a black truck turning left and a white car turning right; what is the first number of the top route sign located at the intersection?

Enjoy, happy hunting and good luck spilling your ink. Cache ya later!
Ol'Fogie


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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Uvag tvira va gur purpxre.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
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N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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