Pin Hunt Clues
Pin Hunt: October 3rd
Clue #1: PIN FOUND!
From the red mountain to the red butterfly, the artists fly!
Clue #2: PIN FOUND!
We like it to be known and posted,
as we announce loud and boasted,
find the place where you love to be hosted,
and specialty coffee is always fresh roasted.
Clue #3: PIN FOUND!
In front of this business where you wear it every day but you never put it on.
It will change colors if you stay out in the sun too long.
A home for a butterfly, ladybug or any.
With dirt, water and love it will grow.
Look for the draping color that drives bulls mad and a hanging electric sun.
Pin Hunt: October 10th
Clue #4: PIN FOUND!
Sometime technology problems seem long and endless and never seem to move.
Clue #5: PIN FOUND!
Don’t want to speak too soon
or speak too late, for that matter.
Should speak well and speak easy.
But not speak ill or speak out of turn.
Go tell it to Mabel in human resources.
Pint Hunt: October 17th
Clue # 6: PIN FOUND!
Ma and pa Darlington aren’t sure.
What type of decorating they are looking for.
Shopping at a particular store.
Might be just the thing for sure!
Clue #7: PIN FOUND!
The black bike
on the side of the road.
The moonless night black bike,
ready to fly.
That’s when I asked,
The black bike crashed,
flying too high.
Now it’s chained,
waiting there alone.
Waiting for someone to pick it up,
willing to fly with it again.
Pin Hunt: October 24th
Clue #8: PIN FOUND!
Round and round we go.
Have a hunger growing below.
What’s for dinner?
I think I know!
Clue #9: PIN FOUND!
In old days Coyote was bright green,
and how he came to be the color of rust, was this way:
One day he was walking along looking for something to eat, and he came to a waterfall.
And there he saw a giant scorpion.
It hopped about and sang:
“This water is beautiful! And beautiful I am too!”
“Scorpion,” cried Coyote, “you are the most beautiful thing I have ever seen!
Tell me how you changed.”
“I went into the water four times, and sang a magic song,” said the scorpion,
“and the fourth time I was beautiful.”
“Scorpion,” said Coyote, “teach me your song, for I also wish to be beautiful.”
So scorpion taught Coyote its song, and he jumped into the waterfall and bathed four times.
The fourth time all his hair dropped off. Of course he was frightened and ran.
He did not look where he was going,
and suddenly he hit something big and the color of rust.
When he got up he was all rust-colored!
And that is the reason why ever since that day all Coyotes have been the color of rust.
Clue #10: PIN FOUND!
Pumpkins abound and frolic around Town
While a scarecrow and his steed are ready to impede,
No time to “bale”, as the music avails.
The flowers are in bloom, so you can assume
It’s time for some fun, underneath the Carefree “black” sun.