# Thread: Page 30 - Open the door

1. Twelever Silver
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Thank you Harley, I understand now what you meant by the mathematical rules. Thanks also for your explanation - very interesting theory! You mention you still have to find a sign to 'match' the white POI on the blue book, thinking it might be the Machias sign. There is one more POI if you are looking to match them all. There is a brown POI on the left-pointing 'wedge' on the Key page (pg 11). I don't see a brown sign, but maybe it matches something else brown?

I have tried to figure out what numbers would go in those spaces and noted that the missing numbers on the Lady's square are 9,11,12,13,14 & 17, and the corresponding numbers of 10,8,7,6,5 & 2 are missing from the Fop's square, so any of those combinations (together = 19) would result in each row and column = 78, or 4x19. I had never found a method that identified which set would be the right ones.

I also have to try to keep my fingers from reaching for google.....just to check some idea. I know we should avoid that temptation!

Good luck this summer searching MDI!

2. C MASQUERADE PoINt LigHT (missing letters otig anagram to 'i got') i_got = ingot = gold
PoINt LigHT = Light House

3. Twelever Silver
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Originally Posted by DLester
C MASQUERADE PoINt LigHT (missing letters otig anagram to 'i got') i_got = ingot = gold
PoINt LigHT = Light House
Interesting idea. I haven't checked, but do these letters 'fit' in the empty squares? Did you use any paired letters (like they did, with AS, QU & iN) for it to fit?

I visited Bass Head Lighthouse last summer. It has never officially been part of the park, but belonged to the Coast Guard. The land was donated to Acadia last year and I wonder if this is an example of them initially placing the key outside of the park, but that now it is inside the park?! Acadia has acquired so many small pieces of land over the years that the boundaries have changed.