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Treasure Hunt of Historic St. Augustine

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Clue 41

Your 41st Clue

Staying the course and continuing on
Passing places of slumber with eggs and beyond.
Then across from that of ‘Dixie’s blowing’
Once on this spot made deep and flowing.
Answers there to find on a sign
about the Rosario Defensive Line
Built up strong with Yucca and prickly pear,
But what was the name of the creek that was there?

Clues

Answer the Riddle

Look for the answer to the riddle when you reach your destination.
Type it in below:

But what was the name of the creek that was there?

A. Prickly Pear Creek
B. Maria Sanchez Creek
C. Marsh Creek
D. Silver Creek

 
Tools

Treasure Map

Remember this rhyme to bring you some ease…
Moss grows on the NORTH side of trees.
The Sun rises in the EAST and sets in the WEST.
The Birds know to do what’s best
In the winter SOUTH they fly!
And if something is close, it’s also NIGH.

When you are finished with your hunt, please consider visiting our museum located at 46 Charlotte Street in Historic St. Augustine. We have over 600 authentic shipwreck artifacts reverently displayed. We are open from 10am to 5pm, daily and admission is $15 for adults, $10 for children, 10 year old and under are free. Military, senior, student, fire/police and St. Augustine Historic worker discounts available.

Good Luck!

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