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    I see another letter--another E. Not including the I to the right of the tree I get "Jersey" I can also make out a possible W and another E..cant seem to find an N though. New Jersey is where a token will be found I believe.

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    Hi all. I anagrammed the word "coalesced" from page 87 and got scale code. (What kid would really know what coalesced means?) Anyways, I figured musical note would be the scale. If you take the notes and place them in the grid on page 86, they all fit. Then I counted the lines in the tree. 43/54/33/43/34/53/33. I got fbef - ge. I figured this to be a cryptogram and came up with Ecke Pk. There is an Ecke Park in San Diego. May be worth checking out. If anyone does, please let me know. Thanks.
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    Mookie, I too seem to get New Jersey out of this, but I'm still thinking one is further north otherwise it's too long a drive for our friends in Maine and too close to the Rickett's Glen find. Head banging against desk. Should be outside with kids. AGH.
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    The pattern that MS chose to use for leaves appears to simply be a "copy-paste-rotate-scale". He also used the same ones on the front cover, and similarly on p.76.

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