Clue 8: Thursday, Oct. 13
Was he George or was she Laura?
We must honor them both, so tip your fedora!
One left a legacy of one hundred and fourteen,
While the other preserved the otherwise unseen. Clue 7: Wednesday, Oct. 12
Vela confirmed and we had a Blast.
Next morning shakes were hopefully our last!
The magnitude of our actions are felt yet today,
And forever remembered on a slab made of gray.Clue 6: Tuesday, Oct. 11
A young lovers' quarrel started the tradition, Hoist them up and lay bare your inhibition. She was killed on that cold day in December Slain, felled, destroyed, dismembered. Clue 5: Saturday, Oct. 8Forty two under and blue skies up aboveWill lead you this year to this county we loveThe prize is hidden on land open to allUse care and respect, as your search protocol!Clue 4: Friday, Oct. 7Fourth times a charmWe have you at last!
The clues will lead you here Clue 3: Thursday, Oct. 6
if you have studied your past!
The three from years past
May be of aid to you now
Because the treasure this year
This time will allow!Clue No. 2 Wednesday, Oct. 5
A royal flush in the hands of Harman
Won't win you the prize
If you are searching for treasure here
It will be your demise!
Clue No. 1 Tuesday, Oct. 4
Party on the Comstock! Carnival is the theme!
Your job is to search and not to dream
This year the treasure is not there nor here
But attend the parade and be of good cheer!
Once the treasure hunt medallion is found, please bring it to the Nevada Appeal office at 580 Mallory Way between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
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