Treasure Hunt

red old casket pyxisYou’re looking for three items on this website:

  1. Two images very close to one another that might make a loud noise if they actually touch.

  2. An image, that if you point to it, makes a very soft noise.

  3. Treasure hunts or scavenger hunts can lead you over, under around and through a lot of places. “Over” is part of two words on this website. What are they?


Send your answers to the Treasure Hunt to joyce [at] with the subject, Treasure Hunt.  

All those who give correct answers will be entered into a prize drawing, prize to be determined (probably a book or pop gun like the one on the header of this site.) Most important, you’ll be memorialized on this website as a really observant Smarty Pants! (Kind of like Hermione in the Harry Potter movies.)

The first winner will be announced on or about Jan. 1, 2014. Since new people will visit this site and play on a regular basis, winners will be drawn quarterly on the solstices and equinoxes at the beginning of each new season. Micki is an astrologer, after all, and these turning-points are important to her. Drawings for 2014 will be on March 20, June 21, September 22, and December 21.

The current three questions will remain in effect as the Treasure Hunt until a new contest is announced. You can participate once a quarter.

Have fun and good luck!



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