The time is upon us, the Medallion's awaiting. Your clues will be daily, as I'm narrating.
No digging, damaging or destroying the public property where it's hid. But keep your eyesight sharp, you never know where it's slid!
I know nothing of Octoberfest or German lore, so this will not be a lesson - just a game, nothing more.
Let me twist up my words, see if you can straighten them out, to find the right spot - let's get out and about.
Our founders arrived in the winter of 1870 and by spring, we sported a sawmill, a blacksmith, a hotel and livery stable. There were stores, an attorney, and much more, as they were able.
Well doesn't this seem to be a lesson, after all? The area is named for an aforementioned businessman, maybe he was tall.
Oh gosh, I forgot about the busy physician. So keep your sights set and your search on in one certain addition.
Several Presidents have their names posted high on our streets.
East to West they all run, but is making it to Summit included in their feats?
Look low off the beaten path, remember the addition.
The first sawmill proprietor...not the physician.
Incorporated in 1872, our town sure has grown.
You're looking 100 years later to find the drop zone.
Search on recreational ground, southeast in our city.
Look very closely, for if you miss it, that will surely be a pity.