W- There is a coffee shop nearby, the first clue has a word that sounds similar to its name. Find the next clue by reading the QR code.
The second stop has a bit of math, and what is a collection of hay called?
The third stop uses a word in its affirmation that is the same as another stop on the map.
H- everything is written backwards in its own way, but the last backwards question is the most important to solve.
W and H-
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W- This statement has some words that hint at the name: cheesey, chips, piled on... What place on the map might fit these clues?
H- behind this riddle are the letters to the answer.
2nd puzzle- Line up the punch card to find the letters beneath the holes. It should spell out a single word.
W- Maps applications on your phone are amazing, they can even read GPS . If you're still confused, try a grocery run.
H- every letter behind a double line // is important.
2nd- The question is asking who in the story is invisible now, which refers to the one at the end of the black and white film.
W- Draw lines on the map as instructed by the card suits, where they meet should be a business marked.
H- really, the best hint I can give is to use a morse code decoder. But hey, you're learning a new skill! Also, I'm using similes’ to this word as affirmations.
2nd-Decoded, the text reads "what play were the kids performing".
W- This riddle is referring to a tall timepiece.
H- It's a riddle about a piece of technology, just not digitally. Hickory dickory.
2nd- We're using the punch card again, but try turning it over, maybe a word will show up!
W- Unscramble the jumble. The hint is in the affirmation, it's part of one of the words.
H- every other letter belongs to a different sentence. The first word of one sentence is “Split”, the first word of the second sentence is “The”.
2nd-Take the top piece off the code wheel and a second code will be revealed (it's called pigpen if you're interested in learning more about codes).