The "Quixote’s Quest" Week #2 necklace has been recovered!
Congrats to Paula Johnson who found Dulcinea's necklace at the central branch of the Seattle Public Library. She just missed out on last week's necklace when Safia and her husband beat her to the windmill at Bradner Gardens, but her persistence paid off! Thanks to all who participated, and don't forget that we'll be starting another hunt on Monday--so stay tuned for more chances to win tickets to Don Quixote.
Originally posted on Monday, February 14, 2011, at 10 a.m.
Oh, no! Dulcinea's necklace, found last week in Bradner Gardens Park (a city p-patch in Mt. Baker), has disappeared again. Where could it have gone?
It's up to you--dauntless adventurers of Seattle--to comb the greater Seattle area for Dulcinea's necklace. There's a free pair of tickets to our upcoming production of Don Quixote for the first person to find the necklace. Read the full details and rules of the scavenger hunt here.
Here is the first clue to the location of this week's necklace.
CLUE #1If only Don Q had consulted this Seattle oracle, who draws wisdom from Bast and her Negative Round.
Update, dated 2/15 at 9:30 am:
CLUE #2Betwixt and between winter and summer, Jefferson and Monroe.
Update, dated 2/16 at 9:30 am:
CLUE #3What I Ching and the octopus have in common.
Be the first one to retrieve the hidden necklace, and you're this week's winner of two tickets to the March 9 performance of Don Quixote.
But if you're stumped, fear not. Just come back to this blog every morning this week (or check out our Facebook or Twitter pages) for a NEW CLUE every day until the necklace has been found. And don't forget: a new hunt begins next Monday.
Good luck, and happy hunting!