## That Damn Lowracer Strikes Again!!

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• Does anyone have any earthly idea how to attack lowracer s new puzzle? (GCK616) I ve looked at, and eliminated, Simpson s Rule (a formula for estimating the
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Does anyone have any earthly idea how to attack lowracer's new
puzzle? (GCK616) I've looked at, and eliminated, Simpson's Rule (a
formula for estimating the area of an integral ... egad my head
hurts!!!). I'm looking now at the wording and formatting (it's
preformatted text) to see if I can find anything ... I'm wondering if
the two very similar messages you can split this into might be the
latitude and longitude?? Any other ideas?

Folks, you know I'm going stir crazy, sitting home with this cough,
when I'll actually work on a *&%\$&#%\$\$*&% PUZZLE CACHE!!!! Any help
will be appreciated!!!

I'm taking a short break to go get a haircut, and I hope someone has
a starting point when I return! ==8-O

Candy
• There is still a nice 2TF and maybe 3TF prize for this cache. It s not as hard as it seems. I can t in good conscience rate it a 5 difficulty. It may even be
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There is still a nice 2TF and maybe 3TF prize for this cache.

It's not as hard as it seems. I can't in good conscience rate it a 5
difficulty. It may even be a 2. Not worthy of being called M16,
though that one is in work and will make "What's the Point" look like
the crayon-scribblings of kindergarten kids. ;-)

As for me, I'm still puzzling over Cited Honorees.

-mark

On Aug 4, 2004, at 11:45 AM, Candy Lind wrote:

> Does anyone have any earthly idea how to attack lowracer's new
> puzzle? (GCK616) I've looked at, and eliminated, Simpson's Rule (a
> formula for estimating the area of an integral ... egad my head
> hurts!!!). I'm looking now at the wording and formatting (it's
> preformatted text) to see if I can find anything ... I'm wondering if
> the two very similar messages you can split this into might be the
> latitude and longitude?? Any other ideas?
>
> Folks, you know I'm going stir crazy, sitting home with this cough,
> when I'll actually work on a *&%\$&#%\$\$*&% PUZZLE CACHE!!!! Any help
> will be appreciated!!!
>
> I'm taking a short break to go get a haircut, and I hope someone has
> a starting point when I return! ==8-O
>
> Candy
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• What do you mean NOT AS HARD AS IT SEEMS?????? I spent hours upon hours without sleep last night to solve this puzzle, so I could creep out at daybreak to
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What do you mean NOT AS HARD AS IT SEEMS?????? I spent hours upon hours
without sleep last night to solve this puzzle, so I could creep out at
daybreak to find the cache!!!! It should have been rated a 6!!

Seriously though, a neat cache and easily solved once you put your head
around it. And a very interesting location for the physical cache.

Thank you for the lovely FTF gift as my cabinet is much more symmetrical
now! ;)

Kevin

-----Original Message-----
From: lowracer [mailto:lowracer@...]
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 12:05 PM
To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] That Damn Lowracer Strikes Again!!

There is still a nice 2TF and maybe 3TF prize for this cache.

It's not as hard as it seems. I can't in good conscience rate it a 5
difficulty. It may even be a 2. Not worthy of being called M16,
though that one is in work and will make "What's the Point" look like
the crayon-scribblings of kindergarten kids. ;-)

As for me, I'm still puzzling over Cited Honorees.

-mark

On Aug 4, 2004, at 11:45 AM, Candy Lind wrote:

> Does anyone have any earthly idea how to attack lowracer's new
> puzzle? (GCK616) I've looked at, and eliminated, Simpson's Rule (a
> formula for estimating the area of an integral ... egad my head
> hurts!!!). I'm looking now at the wording and formatting (it's
> preformatted text) to see if I can find anything ... I'm wondering if
> the two very similar messages you can split this into might be the
> latitude and longitude?? Any other ideas?
>
> Folks, you know I'm going stir crazy, sitting home with this cough,
> when I'll actually work on a *&%\$&#%\$\$*&% PUZZLE CACHE!!!! Any help
> will be appreciated!!!
>
> I'm taking a short break to go get a haircut, and I hope someone has
> a starting point when I return! ==8-O
>
> Candy
>
>
>
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>
>
> <lrec_companion_043004.gif>
> <l.gif>
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• Mark, it s so hard to tell through email when you are kidding and when you are not. Are you really still working on Cited Honorees??? I m going to have a look
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Mark, it's so hard to tell through email when you are kidding and
when you are not. Are you really still working on Cited Honorees???

I'm going to have a look at your new puzzle cache now........

Alyson

--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, lowracer
<lowracer@a...> wrote:
> There is still a nice 2TF and maybe 3TF prize for this cache.
>
> It's not as hard as it seems. I can't in good conscience rate it
a 5
> difficulty. It may even be a 2. Not worthy of being called M16,
> though that one is in work and will make "What's the Point" look
like
> the crayon-scribblings of kindergarten kids. ;-)
>
> As for me, I'm still puzzling over Cited Honorees.
>
> -mark
>
> On Aug 4, 2004, at 11:45 AM, Candy Lind wrote:
>
> > Does anyone have any earthly idea how to attack lowracer's new
> > puzzle? (GCK616) I've looked at, and eliminated, Simpson's Rule
(a
> > formula for estimating the area of an integral ... egad my head
> > hurts!!!). I'm looking now at the wording and formatting (it's
> > preformatted text) to see if I can find anything ... I'm
wondering if
> > the two very similar messages you can split this into might be
the
> > latitude and longitude?? Any other ideas?
> >
> > Folks, you know I'm going stir crazy, sitting home with this
cough,
> > when I'll actually work on a *&%\$&#%\$\$*&% PUZZLE CACHE!!!! Any
help
> > will be appreciated!!!
> >
> > I'm taking a short break to go get a haircut, and I hope
someone has
> > a starting point when I return! ==8-O
> >
> > Candy
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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> > <l.gif>
> >
> >
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> >
• Argh! Rich and I just figured it out, but the kids are asleep, and we can t go out tonight! Maybe I just have to be late to work tomorrow...or maybe I ve got
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Argh! Rich and I just figured it out, but the kids are asleep, and we can't
go out tonight! Maybe I just have to be late to work tomorrow...or maybe
I've got Candy's cough. Yeah, that's it.

--Di (of dirich92)
dirich@...

-----Original Message-----
From: Candy Lind [mailto:candylind@...]
Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 2004 11:45 AM
To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] That Damn Lowracer Strikes Again!!

Does anyone have any earthly idea how to attack lowracer's new
puzzle? (GCK616)
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