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  • #584
    gilliampdhotmailcom
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    Just wanted to make sure this hunt is still active. All communication seemed to end in March.

    #585
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    Yes, Hunt is still going on. Don’t have any clues to add now, but trying to get a bonus prize ready soon and will update hints by end of July. No bottles have been claimed yet at either location.

    Thanks for checking in.

    #586
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    Bonus prize rough stage not ready yet

    #587
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    Thats 1 of 2 being made for prizes. Will come with base. Still in rough stages. Hopefully will be ready in 2 weeks.

    #588
    gilliampdhotmailcom
    Participant

    Very cool! I feel like I’m on the right path with the second riddle. Can you clarify/verify coastal beach vs an estuary or inlet. There are some brackish beaches I wanted to ignore if possible.

    #589
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    Regular ocean beaches no brackish, for both riddles.

    #596
    gilliampdhotmailcom
    Participant

    About how big is the object above the bottles? I dont think that info gives anything away…

    #601
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    The object above both bottles is slightly larger than the the length of the bottle and is just as wide. Someone has just found bottle B on east coast. We will post details on the hint section as soon as we finish correspondence with the finder.

    #602
    gilliampdhotmailcom
    Participant

    Nooooo, heartbreak! Congrats to the finder. I just needed a chance to go BOTG.

    #621
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    Wanted to give a heads up, there is an update about bottle B that may be worth checking out.

    #623
    JimD LostB
    Participant

    Also I wanted to give a better answer to a previous post from gilliampd. The question was about brackish beaches.  Many beaches may have water sources nearby that flow brackish water near them. Technically the ocean water could be a mix, but the important thing to know is that bottle B was, and bottle C is buried on a beach that directly faces the Atlantic Ocean.

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