Clue 1


Do you know what city you're in, yet?




Clue 2


So you know that you're not actually in Fresno. So that word must mean something else.




Clue 4


Plus there's the knight on the stamp. There's a lot going on here. Your solution will tie it all together. Google may help. Try anything you can think of. Get creative with your search terms. Try synonyms and homophones.




Clue 3


And why is it made of worms?




Solution


There are many bits of solution in these clues, and various combinations may get you to the answer. A homophone for 'knight' is 'night.' A common type of worm is a 'nightcrawler.' Ultimately, you are looking the Fresno Nightcrawler.





Clue 1


This one would be harder to solve if it wasn't on this card.




Clue 2


If you look at it long enough, you're sure to shout "Eureka!" eventually.




Solution


This puzzle uses the same idea as the text, in that it's presented backwards. Only it's alphanumeric instead of just alphabetical, so it's a little harder to see.




Clue 3


It's an age-old code, just presented... differently.




Clue 4


How did you solve the text above?




Solution 2


If you read the numbers back-to-front and swap them to the corresponding letters of the alphabet, you get: Clovis City.





Clue 1


805 Peach is pretty vague. You'll need some more info.




Clue 2


How much of the card have you solved, yet? This data won't get you far unless you've narrowed your search.




Solution


Combining 805 Peach with your city and state will get you to Railroad Park.




Clue 3


Have you solved everything on the front of the card?




Clue 4


Alright, so you know that you're in Clovis, CA. Now you should be able to find somewhere specific.





Clue 1


Do you have a specific location yet? You'll want to know where to begin before you can figure out where to go.




Clue 2


The capitalized words seem to be giving you directions. But they won't make much sense unless you have a starting point in mind. And you'll also need more than just directions.




Solution


The text is telling you which direction to go on specific streets to get to your final location. It also has a clue indicating where to stop.




Clue 3


Knowing that you start at Railroad Park you should be able to make some headway. Look at the streets surrounding the park and then read your text again.




Clue 4


Are certain words in the text suddenly looking familiar?




Solution 2


Based on the street names and direction, from Railroad Park you must go north on Peach Ave, East on Shepherd, and then South on Sunnyside. There's a specific word that'll tell you where to stop if you see the right location.




Solution 3


The text mentions a 200th birthday celebration. That's an awfully big number, so it should jump out at you. Another word for a 200th birthday could be 'bicentennial.' If you follow your streets you will eventually find yourself at Sierra Bicentenniel Park.





Clue 1


Do you know what city you're in, yet?




Clue 2


So you know that you're not actually in Fresno. So that word must mean something else.




Clue 4


Plus there's the knight on the stamp. There's a lot going on here. Your solution will tie it all together. Google may help. Try anything you can think of. Get creative with your search terms. Try synonyms and homophones.




Clue 3


And why is it made of worms?




Solution


There are many bits of solution in these clues, and various combinations may get you to the answer. A homophone for 'knight' is 'night.' A common type of worm is a 'nightcrawler.' Ultimately, you are looking the Fresno Nightcrawler.





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