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Clue 3 Solve?

Ok, I have emailed ATT just before this, but I think this is a good solve.

First, use the thickness of the stems to determine which to count first;

Second, it is no the shown number of petals, but the missing petal;

Third, label Rows and Columns from 0 to 9;

Forth, a Green is missing all petals, so it is a 9;

Fifth, if 9 Petals show, it is counted as "0" missing petals,

Sixth, start on left at the "7,3" petal, read clockwise until last is the Green Petal, 5 Petal showing.

Seventh, there is ONE error, as he usually does, and I will point it out to correct my string.

Here we go.....

This is the MISSING PETAL COUNTS, READ COLUMN THEN ROW

L,R Read Order (based on Stem Thickness)

To Obtain Letters

2,6 A 2,6

8,5 T 5,8

9,7 E 7,9

5,3 S 5,3

5,0 T 0,5

9,2 I 9,2

8,1 T 8,1

7,4 F 7,4

7,2 L 7,2

8,4 T 4,8

8,8 B 8,8

8,3 E 3,8

0,4 S 4,0...BUT IF READ 0,4 = N

9,6 O 9,6

4,7 F 7,4

9,0 E 9,0

8,6 E 6,8

5,4 S 4,5

9,4 P 4,9

IT SAYS: A TEST IT FL T BE SO FEE SP

Corrected with one error: A TEST IT FL T BE NO FEE SP

FL is Fell. Also, one possible twist...in the FL it is the only ones to use 2 on the left, interestingly if you tak the F and the take one more below it in the matrix, it is an E; For the L you do the same you get another L Thus F(E)L(L).

Open for discussion.

RR (aka/Scott)

Life is always more than continuous left hand turns!

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