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Geocache And Treasure Hunt - Round Two


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Round one of the American Road Geocache and Treasure Hunt has ended without a winner yet, which means we enter Round Two. The excitement grows!


Win prizes for correctly guessing the treasure site.




The round one questions and answers are listed below. And don’t forget the hint(s) in the American Road Store!



Is the cache located east of the Mississippi River? NO

Is the cache in Indiana, Ohio, or Illinois? NO


All you need to do to be the winner is correctly identify the location of a Hidden Treasure.


One of the American Road “gang” has hidden a treasure box at a popular site on one of America’s two lane roads. To win, all you need to do is tell us where it is, for example, Mt Rushmore.


There is at least one hint hidden in the American Road Store, so check there first.


Then you may post a question in this thread that can be answered “Yes” or “No.” Members' questions will be answered by the “Treasure Master” in “rounds”. You are permitted one question in each “round.”


The rounds will be about three days long, so check back to post your next question. The Treasure Master will post the answers to all the questions for each round so everyone benefits.


The first player to identify the location wins the Grand Prize….a personally autographed issue of American Road Magazine signed by Becky and Thomas Repp with their personal message to the winner, and a $10 Gift Certificate to buy goodies in the American Road Store.


After we have a winner we will give the exact coordinates of the treasure box and the one who sends in the treasure certificate in the box will also win a prize.


As you might expect, the decision of the Treasure Master is final.



Treasure Master



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Is the two lane involved a currently signed US highway?


Having round 2 as a separate topic from the original pinned topic could confuse some people (e.g., me). Maybe a post to that thread that points to this one would help.

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