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                          FaQ/WaLkThRoUgH (edition 1.1)                   ??
    
    BB  Y Y
    B B Y Y .
    BB   Y     C O L I N  S N O V E R
    B B  Y  .                    "teevee" ( @ crosswinds . net )
    BB   Y
    
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    New! for edition 1.1: [abridged] update list!
    
    this update dated Saturday, 06/26/99
    * Fixed some errors found after copying from the cluebook.
    * Changed the URL to the CORRECT site.
    * Began work on UHS version of this walkthrough (est. % complete: 4) with an
      ETA of two weeks.
    * Ditched line count at end of FAQ.
    * Changed document from Walkthrough to FAQ/Walkthrough.
    * Still waiting to capture and implement screen shots!
    * Added Authorization Codes to end of this document to alert people obtaning
      this document from an unauthorized site.  There are only two as of this
      update.
    
    PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!  SEND ME E-MAIL IF YOU FIND ERRORS!!  DO NOT UPDATE
    THIS FILE MANUALLY!
    
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      F  O  R  E  W  A  R  D  :
    
            Unfortunately, since some of the puzzles in the game are 100%
    graphical, I can not give the answers to all of the puzzles.  However, I have
    tried the best I can, and hopefully the major update of this walkthrough (2.0)
    will be written in HTML and I can put up screen shots.
    
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      [This letter has been taken from the official Are We There Yet Cluebook &
       Travel Guide]
    
            Dear MALLET Family,
    
            Congratulations on winning fourth place in our
            exciting sweepstakes.  You already know how
            good Popped Clusters cereal is - made from
            whole grain sugar, U.S.made chemicals, country-
            fresh air, and no tropical oils.  Now you, the
            DULLARDS, can learn about your country, too, as
            you travel the concrete ribbon that wraps the
            proud package we call America.  This travel guide
            provides all the information you'll need to find
            your way on the trip, and even gives valuable
            tips that will speed you on your journey toward
            your final destination.  But keep this in mind,
            MALLARD family: Use your travel guide only when
            you need to, or you might miss most the fun of
            your trip.
    
            So happy motoring, Popped Clusters customers!
            Enjoy your trip, and don't forget to bring along
            plenty of Popped Clusters cereal.  Serve it hot,
            serve it cold, or throw it under your tires on icy
            days to improve your traction - it's better than
            gravel!
    
            Drive Safely,
            T. Garland Husk
            Director of Promotions
    
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    ALABAMA DISMALS
    
        SAD
         LOW
          WOE
      MOURNER
           GRIMM
         MELANCHOLY
    DESOLATE
        UNHAPPY
      GRAVE
         CLOUDY
           BLUE
             MOODY
           DEPRESSED
           DISMAL
    
     --
    
    ALABAMA COON DOG MEMORIAL
    
    select buttons in this order: 7, 2, 4, 6, 1, 8
    
    PHRASE: FLEAS - ADAM HAD `EM
    
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    ALASKA ICE WORM FESTIVAL
    
    This is a graphical puzzle; however I will tell you the directions needed to
    successfully complete this puzzle, and provide you with an ASCII drawing.  I
    will tell you which direction to go only when you are on a snowflake.
    
    START; right, down, right, right, down, right, right, up; END
    
                 *----*
    S-->---*     |    |       E
           |     |    |       |
           *-----^    |       |
                 v----<   >---*
                 |        |
                 |        |          KEY:
                 *--v     |      S = start (worm head)
                    |     |      >,^,v,< = pointing hand
                    *-----^      * = snowflake
                                 E = end (igloo)
    
     --
    
    ALASKA EARTHQUAKE PARK
    
    This is a graphical puzzle; however, I will attempt to describe the two
    pictures.
    
    PICTURE 1:
    
    On the far left is a solitary pine tree.  To the right of that is a small
    building with a blank sign to it's right and a large sign reading "EARTHQUAKE
    PARK --- ENTRANCE ---".  On the right side of the picture are several pine
    trees which disappear into the horizon.  There is a mountain covering the area
    above the horizon line, with the exception of a small bit of sky and a few
    clouds.
    
    PICTURE 2:
    
    On the right side of the picture is a collapsed building.  It has buckled in
    the middle and there is a broken window.  The blank sign to the right of the
    house is not broken, but is slightly misaligned.  The "EARTHQUAKE PARK ---
    ENTRANCE ---" sign is slanted back.  On the right side of the picture are two
    pine trees.  One of them, very close to the bottom edge of the picture, has
    completely toppled.  The other, farther back, is tilted severly to the left.
    Running through the middle of the picture is a fault line.  It runs back and
    splits into two different directions.  The left fork takes the fault through
    the middle of the building, while the right fork runs back to the horizon and
    disappears where the mountain has collapsed.  The clouds are running down
    where the mountain collapsed.
    
    I hope these descriptions helped!
    
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    ARIZONA HALL OF FLAME
    
    This is the order of the letters that you should type in the two columns
    running north-south:
    
    COLUMN ONE: J,S,O,L,X,A,M,G,Z,I,R,C,K
    COLUMN TWO: E,B,Y,T,P,D,V,H,W,Q,U,N,F
    
     --
    
    ARIZONA TOMBSTONE
    
    The tombstone should read:
    
    HERE LIES  THE BODY
    OF JONATHAN  GROUND
    WHO WAS LOST AT SEA
    AND   NEVER   FOUND
    
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    ARKANSAS BAYOU BARTHOLOMEW
    
    See the world's longest bayou tours may vary in length
    Especially if you get lost
    
     --
    
    ARKANSAS GOLDFISH CAPITAL OF THE WORLD
    
    This is a graphical puzzle, and I can not help you.  However, I can give you
    a hint; the fish moving across the screen help greatly in correctly lining up
    the tiles.
    
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    CALIFORNIA SHAKESPEARE AT THE CHEESE FACTORY
    
    The answers are variations of quotes from Shakespeare that have been given a
    "cheese" theme
    
     EYE OF NEWT AND TOE OF FROG
    WOOL OF BAT AND TONGUE OF DOG
    TAIL OF CAT AND WINDS OF BEES
    ALL TO MAKE OUR FAMOUS CHEESE
    
    TO BRIE OR NOT TO BRIE THAT IS
     THE QUESTION WHETHER SAPSAGO
    AND BLEU OR ROMANO  FOR YOU OR
    JACK AND COLBY OR SARDO FOR ME
    
     --
    
    CALIFORNIA DRIVE-THRU TREE
    
    Explination: The clearings between the trees are numbered; the object is to
    travel from clearing to clearing in a numerical order from the start at
    clearing 1 to the end at clearing 15.  To move, click on a tree next to the
    clearing the car is in; this will take you to another clearing.  Click in the
    direction (north, south, east, or west) given below to travel from one
    clearing to the next. (For example, clicking east in clearing 1 will move you
    to clearing 2, etc.)
    
    
    A Helpful Compass:     ^
                           N
                        < W+E >
                           S
                           v
    
    1, east. 2, west. 3, east. 4, north. 5, west. 6, south. 7, east. 8, west. 9,
    south. 10, east. 11, west. 12, west. 13, south. 14, south.
    
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    COLORADO MINT
    
    Select the buttons in the order indicated by the numbers below.
    
    |   Puzzle 1:   |   Puzzle 2:   |   Puzzle 3:   |
    |               |               |               |
    | 1, 2, 5, 7, 9 | 2, 4, 6, 7, 9 | 2, 4, 5, 7, 8 |
    |   word:COLD   |   word:HARD   |   word:CASH   |
    
     --
    
    COLORADO LAZY-U DUDE RANCH
    
    1st  Chore: FEED THE LIVESTOCK
    2nd  Chore: CLEAN THE STABLES
    3rd  Chore: MEND THE FENCES
    4th  Chore: BEARS RAID THE GARBAGE
    5th  Chore: HIKE TO THE BATHROOM
    6th  Chore: CHOP FIREWOOD
    7th  Chore: DO THE COOKING
    8th  Chore: ROUNDUP THE CATTLE
    9th  Chore: BRAND THE HORSES
    10th Chore: CLEAN FISH
    
                THANK YOU FOR VISING
                THE LAZY-U DUDE RANCH.
                WE HOPE TO SEE YOU AGAIN
                NEXT YEAR. SHEEP
                SHEARING STARTS IN JUNE.
    
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    CONNECTICUT GURLEYVILLE GRIST MILL
    
    ANTIPaSTO
       EArTHQUAKE
     SHAKeSPEARE
       MINNOw
        GOOBeR
    
            MINt
          ANARChY
           MOXIe
          BUZZArD
           KEGLeR
    
               BAyOU
            ACCIDeNT
                 tORIUM
    
    
     --
    
    CONNECTICUT UNITED HOUSE WRECKING COMPANY
    
    1st Group: ROOF, DOORS, WOOD, GLASS, STAIRS
    2nd Group: WALLS, FLOOR, BRICKS, MORTAR, BOARDS
    3rd Group: STUDS, ATTIC, CELLAR, CEILING, RAILING
    4th Group: WINDOWS, FIREPLACE, ATRIUM, DORMER, GABLE
    5th Group: EAVES, CUPOLA, STUCCO, SHUTTER, RONTUNDA
    6th Group: PARAPET, CORNICE, MOLDING, PLINTH, SHINGLES
    
    Cryptogram: HEY, MACK! GOT A WISEGUY HERE WHO
                SAYS WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BE ON SYCAMORE
                STREET, NOT AVENUE.
    
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    DELAWARE HALL OF RECORDS
    
    Part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    1st tire: ND (coNDor, geNDer, laNDau)
    2nd tire: AT (flATly, loAThe, chATty)
    3rd tire: TH (unTHaw, leTHal, meTHod)
    4th tire: MP (poMPon, coMPel, arMPit)
    5th tire: MB (woMBat, toMBoy, huMBug)
    6th tire: FO (oxFOrd, beFOre, unFOld)
    
     --
    
    DELAWARE MUSKRAT SKINNING SHACK
    
    1st word: OX
    2nd word: FOX
    3rd word: LYNX
    4th word: DOGMA
    5th word: BEDBUG
    6th word: VARMINT
    7th word: AARDWOLF
    
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    FLORIDA SPONGE-O-RAMA
    
    Hey, kewl, a cryptograph!
    
    W + HUT | IS | FULL | OFF | HOLES | HAND | YEA! | ?? | HOLE + Ds | WATER
    
    i.e. What Is Full Of Holes And Yet Holds Water
    
    well?  a SPONGE, of course!
    
     --
    
    FLORIDA SNAKE-A-TORIUM
    
    Group 1: CORAL, MAMBA, BANDY-BANDY, TIGER, COBRA, GABOON VIPER
    Group 2: RATTLER, ANACONDA, RIVER JACK, DEATH ADDER, TWO HEADED
    Group 3: ROAD GUARDER, YELLOW FACED WHIP, BANDED KRAIT, COTTONMOUTH, MOCCASIN
    Group 4: BUSHMASTER, PURPLE GLOSSED, COPPERHEAD, HERALD, KEELBACK
    Group 5: PARADISE TREE, CENTIPEDE EATER, CARPET VIPER, BOOMSLANG, MAMUSHI
    
             SNAKE-A-TORIUM MEMORIAL DEDICATED TO THOSE BRAVE
             TOURISTS WHO TRIED THEIR  HAND AT MILKING SNAKES
    
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    GEORGIA LOVERS' LEAP
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, is a crossword puzzle.
    
    
                   J
          RICKY    U
            L      L
        J G Y      I
        O A D BARBIE            I apologize if this is hard to read.
       ISOLDE L    T
      D E A  JOHNNY
    CLEOPATRA N  A                 Romeo and JULIET
      L H E   D  N                 Lucy and RICKY
      I I ADONIS C                 Bonnie and CLYDE
    ALLEN     E  Y                 Napoleon and JOSEPHINE
      A EVE                        Adam and EVE
      H                            Tristan and ISOLDE
                                   Ken and BARBIE
                                   Dagwood and BLONDIE
                                   Pygmalion and GALATEA
                                   Antony and CLEOPATRA
                                   Venus and ADONIS
                                   Frankie and JOHNNY
                                   Sid and NANCY
                                   Burns and ALLEN
                                   Samson and DELILAH
    
     --
    
    GEORGIA BIG PIG JIG
    
    P I G    H O E    S O W    S P A S    C H A P    S P O R T
    A C E    O R E    T W O    P O R K    H A R E    W   V   E
    W E T    G E L    Y E N    A S E A    O V E N    I D I O M
                               T H A T    P E A S    N   N   P
                                                     E V E N T
    
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    HAWAII PINEAPPLE PLANT (incomplete as of edition 1.0)
    ._________________________________________.
    |W H|Y _|A|R E  |T H|E R|E _|S|O  |M A|N Y|
    |_|~ _| | |_|~|_|_|~__|~__|_   =| |_|~__|~|
    |S|A|F E|T Y| |P R|E|C A|U|T|I|O|N S|  A|T|
    | |=~~|_|___| | |=__ ~| | |__~_ |~~~~=  | |
    |T H|I S|  P I|N E A|P|P|L E  |P|L A|N T|?|
    `~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~'
    WHY ARE THERE SO MANY
    SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AT
    THIS PINEAPPLE PLANT?
    
    .____________________________________________.
    |B|E C|A|U S|E    T|H E|  P|I N|E A|P P|L|E S|
    |_`~| | |__
    
    BECAUSE THE PINEAPPLES
    THEY PROCESS  HERE ARE
    ACTUALLY HAND GRENADES
    
     --
    
    HAWAII LUAU
    
    A word find... I've always hated these, but I have the answers right here for
    you.
    
    Horizontal Words: HONEYCREEPER, PINEAPPLETIDBITS, GRASSSKIRT, BEACHTOWEL
    Vertical Words:   PTOMAINEPOISONING, ANTS, SANDCRABS, OCEANVIEW
    Diagonal Words:   GECKO, PORTABLEBARBECUE, UKULELE, CHARCOAL, COCONUT,
                      COCKROACH, PORKCHOPS, SUNBURN
    Angeled Words:    PALM TREES, SALTWATER, WETBATHINGSUIT, OBNOXIOUSDRUNKS,
                      TOURGROUP, PLASTICLEI, HAWAIIANPUNCH, PAPERPLATES,
                      THUNDERLIZARD, VOLCANICERUPTION
    
    examples:
    
     Horizontal:         HONEYCREEPER
    
     Vertical:           A      (ants)
                         N
                         T
                         S
    
     Diagonal:           G      (gecko)
                          E
                           C
                            K
                             O
    
     Angled:             T      (thunderlizard)
                         H
                         UNDE
                            R  RD
                            LIZA
    
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    IDAHO BALANCED ROCK
    
    1st puzzle: TOP SPOT
    2nd puzzle: OTTO, ORE HERO, SLATE METALS
    3rd puzzle: YREKA BAKERY, REGAL LAGER
    4th puzzle: RED ICE CIDER, GIFT FIG, SNACK CANS
    
    1st square: LOP, LOB, ORE, BET, PET
    2nd square: ATE, COW, ERE
    3rd square: ROCK, IRON, PARE, SLEW
    4th square: STANDS, TABOO, ABED, NOD, DO
    5th square: TO, RAG, RULE, TALON, COGENT
    6th square: TUT, TIMID, HUMDRUM, TIRED, DUD
    
     --
    
    IDAHO RIVER OF NO RETURN
    
    Good luck navigating these mazes!
    
    jumble answer: ESCAPE ROUTE
    
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    ILLINOIS ENGINE 2500
    
    Select the buttons in the order indicated by the numbers below.
    
    |   Puzzle 1:   |   Puzzle 2:   |    Puzzle 3:   |
    |               |               |                |
    | 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 | 1, 3, 6, 7, 9 | 1, 2, 5, 9, 10 |
    |   word:CHOO   |   word:CHOO   |  word:'BOARD!  |
    
     --
    
    ILLINOIS MAX NORDEEN'S WHEELS MUSEUM
    
    1st tire: RC (foRCed, ciRCle, gaRCon)
    2nd tire: EE (whEEls, brEEch, chEEse)
    3rd tire: IR (spIRal, thIRst, whIRls)
    4th tire: HE (spHEre, adHEre, scHEme)
    5th tire: TU (roTUnd, acTUal, suTUre)
    6th tire: OB (glOBal, phOBia, goOBer)
    
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    INDIANA DR. TED'S MUSICAL MARVELS
    
    MOO + SICK | HAY + S | CH + ARMS | 2 | SUIT + TH | A | ?? | BREAST
    
    
    i.e. Music Has Charms To Soothe A Savage Breast
    
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    INDIANA HULMAN 100 AUTO RACE
    
            You will avoid large crowds escape the media and hear race
            results five times as fast.
    
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    IOWA BIRDLAND PARK
    
    This is the order of the letters that you should type in the two columns
    running north-south:
    
    COLUMN ONE: E,B,N,M,G,C,D,L,O,H,Y,A,R
    COLUMN TWO: Q,S,T,I,K,J,V,U,F,P,X,Z,W
    
     --
    
    IOWA GRAFFITI NIGHT
    
    1st puzzle: UNDERMINE ANARCHY
    2nd puzzle: MY KARMA RAN OVER MY DOGMA
    3rd puzzle: DOES THE NAME PAVLOV RING A BELL
    4th puzzle: HE WHO HESITATES IS LUNCH CHARLES DARWIN
    5th puzzle: REALITY IS USEFUL: IT OCCUPIES THE TIME BETWEEN FANTASIES
    6th puzzle: I WISH I DIDN'T KNOW NOW WHAT I DIDN'T KNOW THEN
    
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    KANSAS GARDEN OF EDEN
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    select buttons in this order: 4, 1, 7, 6, 8, 5, 3, 2
    
    Phrase: MADAM, I'M ADAM
    
     --
    
    KANSAS DODGE CITY
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    THERE WAS AN OLD COWBOY OUT
    WEST WHO WITH A GUN WAS THE
    BEST HE WOULD  AIM AND FIRE
    HIS GUN FOR  HIRE THEN BEAT
     ON HIS BULLET  PROOF VEST
    
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    KENTUCKY WANDERING WOODS
    
    Good luck navigating this maze!
    
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    KENTUCKY CRAPPIE FISHING
    
    Horizontal Words: BOTTOMFISH, DECOY, LIFEJACKET, SUITCASE, KEYS, CATTAILS,
                      BATHINGSUIT, PADDLE, STEERINGWHEEL, WALLET, STUFFEDANIMAL,
                      BEERCAN
    Vertical Words:   LADIESPURSE, FALSETEETH, ROWBOAT, GLOVE, COMPUTER, TREELIMB,
                      SNAPPINGTURTLE, CRAPPIE, SUNBLASSES, CEMENTSHOES
    Diagonal Words:   REVOLVER, CORSET, TRACTORSEAT, ANCHOR, MINNOW, TIRE,
                      WATERMOCCASIN, CRAWDAD
    
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    LOUISIANA FORT HUMBUG
    
    Hint: All words are expressions of distress, consternation, doubt, or
    amazement.
    
    1st Group: RATS, HECK, DARN, EGAD, DANG, DRAT, SHOOT, BLAST, JEEZE, HOGWASH,
               FUDGE, SHUCKS, CRIPES
    2nd Group: PHOOEY, HUMBUG, HOOEY, BALONEY, POPPYCOCK, RUBBISH, DADBLAMED,
               NONSENSE, DADBURNED
    3rd Group: GADZOOKS, GOLDARNED, DOGGONED, BALDERDASH, TOMMYROT, HORSEPUCKY,
               JEEPERS, FIDDLESTICKS
    
     --
    
    LOUISIANA POSSUMS UNLIMITED
    
    The first puzzle is a Simon, and the correct answers vary.  Good luck if you
    are using a fast computer!  You should try Mo'Slo and/or Turbo (found at the
    URL at the end of this FAQ.)
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 6, 4, 1, 3, 5
    
    Phrase: You're just playing possum!
    
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    MAINE HOLY MACKEREL TOURNAMENT
    
    Hint: All answers are types of fish.
    
    1st group: PIKE, TUNA, SOLE, HAKE
    2nd group: TROUT, PERCH, SHARK, SMELT, GUPPY
    3rd group: SALMON, MINNOW, MARLIN, BELUGA
    4th group: HERRING, SARDINE, ANCHOVY, GRUNION, CRAPPIE, GROUPER, DOLPHIN,
               HADDOCK, PIRANHA
    5th group: STURGEON, PICKEREL, FLOUNDER, STINGRAY, MACKEREL
    
     --
    
    MAINE MOXIE FESTIVAL
    
    All of the words in the first puzzle are MOXIE.
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 5, 7, 8, 10
    Answer: PLUCK
    
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    MARYLAND ACCIDENT CITY
    
    Hint: All answers are based on the theme of accidents.
    
    OOPS     ACCIDENT  CATACLYSM
    MISHAP   CALAMITY  CATASTROPHE
    SETBACK  DEBACLE   SORRY
    
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    MARYLAND SOWSBURY 500 PIG RACES
    
    Unfortunately, I am not currently capable to accurately display the borders
    between each of the blocks.  However, I have tried to display the information
    as accurately as possible.
    
    NOTE
    EWE
    TEACH
       HARM
       ASEA
       THAN
         LYNCH
           OLEO
           DAMPLY
           EMPTIED
              INLET
              MELLOW
              ADOPTED
              L WHET
                 IS
    
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    MASSACHUSETTS WALDEN POND
    
    PONDER THIS: "WHILE MEN BELIEVE IN THE INFINATE SOME PONDS WILL BE THOUGHT TO
    BE BOTTOMLESS."
    
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    MASSACHUSETTS PAPER HOUSE
    
    Hint: The answers to these puzzles are all people who have a role in the
    construction of a house.  Press [ENTER] after solving a puzzle to go onto the
    next.
    
    ARCHITECT   FRAMER       GARDENER
    CONTRACTOR  GLAZIER      INSPECTOR
    BUILDER     PLUMBER      OCCUPANT
    CARPENTER   ELECTRICIAN
    
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    MICHIGAN RED FLANNEL FACTORY
    
    Horizontal Words: LONGJOHNS, CRINOLINE, NYLONS, DRAWERS, BUSTLE, PANTIES
                      DICKEY, LOINCLOTH, BOXERSHORTS, MONEYBELT, GIRDLE,
                      BULLETPROOFVEST, SUPPORTER
    Vertical Words:   SHOULDERPADS, BRIEFS, BLOOMERS, CHEMISE, STEPINS, LINGERIE,
                      UNDERPANTS, FLANNELS, SKIVIES, GARTERS
    Diagonal Words:   TRUSS, CORSET, UNMENTIONABLES, UNIONSUIT, SLIP, UNDIES,
                      BRASSIERE, FALSIES, GSTRING, HOSE, TIGHTS
    
     --
    
    MICHIGAN KITCH-ITI-KIPI SPRING
    
    1st puzzle:                     2nd puzzle:
    
            Visitors will thrill    sixteen thousand gallons
            at the view of large    of water per minute
            brown trout, strange    erupting from the
            formations,  and the    depths of the spring
            sight of...
    
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    MINNESOTA TROUT-O-RAMA
    
    Hint: All the answers rhyme!  With TROUT, no less!  =: ^)
    
    ANSWERS (DOWN)
    
    Boor:                           LOUT
    Loud cry:                       SHOUT
    Brussel ___:                    SPROUT
    Highway:                        ROUTE
    Disease that settles in joints: GOUT
    Sauer ___:                      KRAUT
    Big nose:                       SNOUT
    Show contempt:                  FLOUT
    Opposite of in:                 OUT
    Contest or match:               BOUT
    Sulk:                           POUT
    
    ANSWERS (ACROSS)
    
    Period without rain:            DROUGHT
    Course meal:                    GROUT
    To spy on a racehorse:          TOUT
    Projection on a teapot:         SPOUT
    Have an uncertain opinion:      DOUBT
    Approximately:                  ABOUT
    Power or influence:             !!**need answer**!!
    ___-o-rama:                     TROUT
    
     --
    
    MINNESOTA MIXED BONSPIEL
    
    This is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.  It is extremely
    difficult due to the picture rescrambling and changing every one to two
    minutes.
    
     ----
    
    MISSISSIPPI CONNELLY'S TAVERN
    
    1st puzzle:       2nd puzzle:
    RULES NO MORE     MORE RULES NO
    THEN FIVE PER     DOGS ALLOWED
    BED NO BOOTS      UPSTAIRS NO
    TO BE WORN IN     BEER ALLOWED
    BED ORGAN         IN KITCHEN NO
    GRINDERS SLEEP    RAZOR GRINDERS
    IN WAREHOUSE      OR TINKERS
                      TAKEN IN
    
     --
    
    MISSISSIPPI LONGWOOD PLANTATION
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    select buttons in this order: 4, 3, 5, 2, 6, 1
    Phrase: MOORISH, EGYPTIAN, BYZANTINE
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 3, 6, 7, 9
    Phrase: BIZARRE
    
     ----
    
    MISSOURI BOWLING HALL OF FAME
    
    1st group: BOWLING ALLEY, RENTED SHOES, KEGLERS, LEAGUE NIGHT
    2nd group: GUTTER, FOULED, SPLIT, SLEEPER
    3rd group: HANDICAP, SPARE, STRIKE, DOUBLE, TURKEY
    4th group: SCRATCH BOWLER, BROOKLYN, THREE HUNDRED GAME, TROPHIES, TOURNAMENT
    5th group: SHOWBOAT CASINO
    
     --
    
    MISSOURI CORNCOB PIPE FACTORY
    
    Select the buttons in the order indicated by the numbers below.
    
    |   Puzzle 1:   |   Puzzle 2:   |
    |               |               |
    | 1, 2, 4, 7, 9 | 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 |
    |  word: COUGH  |   word:HACK   |
    
     ----
    
    MONTANA TERRITORIAL PRISON
    
    CROOK    INMATE    PRISONER
    FELON    JAILBIRD  OFFENDER
    CONVICT  CRIMINAL  SCOFFLAW
    
     --
    
    MONTANA LAST CHANCE GULTCH
    
    This is actually seven enclosed mazes with "teleportation" points.
    
    Good luck on the maze!
    
     ----
    
    NEBRASKA TOADSTOOL PARK
    
    TO SEE THESE ROCKS YOUVE COME SO FAR
    BUT TAKE OUR ADVICE STAY IN YOUR CAR
    FOR CLIMBING MUSHROOMS MAY LOOK LIKE FUN
    IT IS WHERE THE RATTLERS SUN
    
     --
    
    NEBRASKA MUSEUM OF ROLLER SKATING
    
     R        BRA
    DISK     YOURS
    UNTIE    EAST
    SKATES IRATE
    T ISLANDER
     OR STILL  P
          LEAGUE
      GLIDE XENON
      RITE   TIN
      UPSET   T
      B  ROT
    
     ----
    
    NEVADA LIGHTING OF TOWN CHRISTMAS TREE
    
    Horizontal Words: SEASONSGREETINGS, GOODCHEER, FROSTY, FRUITCAKE, PRESENTS,
                      SCROOGE, WASSAIL, NUTCRACKERSUITE, COMETANDCUPID
    Vertical Words:   SANTACLAUS, EGGNOG, TINSEL, HOLIDAY
    Diagonal Words:   CAROLERS, FAMILYGATHERINGS, MISTLETOE, RUDOLPH, YULETIDE,
                      CHRISTMASCARD, PEACEONEARTH, CANDLES, HOLLY, RIBBON,
                      SLEIGHRIDE, ORNAMENTS
    .___.  .___.  .______.  ._______. .___.         ._______.  .______.
    | D |. | T | .|      |. |       | |   |         |BREADS | .| PIES |.
    | OR |.| W | | M      | |    A  | | N |         |   R   | |        |
    | U I || E | | ELEVEN | |C   B|~' | I |         `~| I |~' |  SEVEN |
    | G  P | L | | L      | |A T A |  | N |           | S |   |        |
    | H . P  V | | T      | |K E K |  | E |           | I |   |        |
    | N || I E | | ICES   | |E N I|   |   |      .__. | N |   |A O L N |
    | U | J N  | | N      | |S   N|_. |   |____. |E |_| G |   | C O I G|
    | T |  | G | | G      | |    G  | |BROWNIES| |I       |   |        |
    | S |  |   | `|      |' |       | |BROWNING| |GHT     |   `|      |'
    `~~~'  `~~~'  `~~~~~~'  `~~~~~~~' `~~~~~~~~' `~~~~~~~~'    `~~~~~~'
    .__.   .__. .__.   .__. .___.___. .___.      ._______.
    | A|   |G | |FI|   |VE| | C |   | |   |      |  T    |
    |  S|_|N  | | CO| |LD | | H | L | |   |      |M  W   |
     | TEAMI |   |   |   |  | O | O | |   |      | A  O|~'
      | SIX |     |  T  |   | C | G | |   |      |  P   |
       | T |       | H |    | O | S | |   |      |B  L  |
       | A |       | I |    | L     | |   |____. | A  E |
       | R |       | N |    | A FOUR| |  THREE | |  R  |_
       | T |       | G |    | T     | | ORANGE | |   S   |
       | S |       | S |     |E    |  |DROPS   | |       |
       `~~~'       `~~~'     `~~~~~'  `~~~~~~~~' `~~~~~~~'
     --
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part of this I CAN help you with.
    
    Phrase: THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE FOR A LAST CHANCE
    
     ----
    
    NEW HAMPSHIRE THE FLUME
    
    COLUMN ONE: Y,O,E,D,U,G,C,I,H,N,R,F,W
    COLUMN TWO: P,V,B,S,A,M,T,X,Q,Z,L,J,K
    
     --
    
    NEW HAMPSHIRE PONEMAH BOG
    
    The ___ from the Black Lagoon: CREATURE
    Tailess, leaping amphibians:   FROGS
    Evil spirit or devil:          FIEND
    To dig out of the earth:       EXHUME
    Spirit of a dead person:       GHOST
    Wharf:                         QUAY
    Body of laws of a church:      CANON
    To make unhappy                SADDEN
    ___ deadly sins:               SEVEN
    Imaginary creature:            MONSTER
    Draw off liquid gradually:     DRAIN
    Without limit:                 ANY
    
    FEAR HAS MANY EYES AND CAN SEE THINGS UNDERGROUND
    CERVANTES FROM DON QUIXOTE
    
     ----
    
    NEW JERSEY MARGATE ELEPHANT
    
    This is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    
     --
    
    NEW JERSEY WILD WEST MUSEUM
    
    FIRST PUZZLE
    
    Horizontal Words: SMOKESIGNAL, PALEFACE, VARMINT, RAWHIDE, TENGALLONHAT,
                      OUTLAW, WELLSFARGO, SHADYLADY
    Vertical Words:   BUFFALO, GRUBSTAKE, RUSTLER, SADDLESTORE
    Diagonal Words:   BOOTHILL, COWBOY, PONYEXPRESS, TINSTAR, POSSE, SALOON,
                      ANTELOPE, GUNSLINGER, INDIANS, RODEO, SHERRIF (SHERIFF?)
    Angled Words:     PROSPECTOR, CATTLEDRIVE, MUSTANGRANCH, WAGONTRAIN,
                      WATERHOLE, DOGGIES
    
    SECOND PUZZLE
    
    Horizontal Words: BOUTIQUE, MALLS, RAPIDTRANSIT, WELLSFARGO, TRENDYBARS,
                      HUSTLER
    Vertical Words:   GANGS, ULCERS, MOVIESTAR, CARPHONE
    Diagonal Words:   CONVERTIBLES, BEACHBUM, SWIMMINGPOOL, SURFER, THEMEPARK,
                      FREEWAYS, TRAFFIC, BIKINIS, RODEODRIVE
    Angeled Words:    MUSTANGRANCH, FEDERALEXPRESS, SKATEBOARD, COMMUTERS,
                      FORESTLAWN, STREETWALKER
    
     ----
    
    NEW MEXICO BLUE HOLE
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    Phrase: EXCUSE ME, DID I SAY "WATER"?  I MEANT TO ASK FOR PERRIER
    
     --
    
    NEW MEXICO CHLORIDE BLOCK PUZZLES
    
    FIRST PUZZLE: WHERE IS THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP IN A GHOST TOWN
    
    SECOND PUZZLE: AT A BOOTIQUE THAT SPECIALIZES IN EXORCISE EQUIPMENT
    
     ----
    
    NEW YORK OZTOWN USA
    
    Good luck navigating this maze!
    
    Hint: This maze is full of HIDDEN WALLS and DOORS.
    
     --
    
    NEW YORK CATSKILLS
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    1st group: MEOW, SHED, FIGHT, SKULK, SCRATCH, PROWL, ROLL OVER, CATCH MICE,
               HOUSE FLEAS
    2nd group: CHASE DOGS, SCORN PEOPLE, HAVE KITTENS, CLIMB CURTAINS, SHRED
               FURNITURE, USE KITTY LITTER, VOMIT FUR BALLS
    
     ----
    
    NORTH CAROLINA STONE HOUSE
    
    Hey, another pictogram!
    
    P + POLE | HOOT | L + HIVE | N | S + TOE + N | HOUSES | S + HOOD | KNOT |
    TH + ROW | GL + ASSES
    
    i.e. People who live in stone houses should not throw glasses
    
     --
    
    NORTH CAROLINE TWEETZIE RAILROAD
    
    This is the order of the letters that you should type in the two columns
    running north-south:
    
    COLUMN ONE: D,L,P,G,W,U,B,O,Y,E,H,N,F
    COLUMN TWO: T,A,X,K,I,Z,M,R,C,V,J,Q,S
    
     ----
    
    NORTH DAKOTA U-R NEXT BARBER SHOP
    
    Yet ANOTHER pictogram!
    
    S + HAY + V | HAND | A | HAIR + CUT | TUBA - A + ITS |
    
    i.e. Shave and a haircut two bits
    
     --
    
    NORTH DAKOTA ROMAN MEAL PLANT
    
    1st group: ANTIPASTO, PROSCIUTTO WITH MELON, CIOPPINO
    2nd group: FETTUCCINE, GARLIC BREAD, PESTO, CHIANTI
    3rd group: ZABAGLIONE
    4th group: SODIUM BICARBONATE
    
     ----
    
    OHIO SEA WORLD
    
    Horizontal Words: STARFISH, ATLANTIS, TSUNAMI, OYSTER, SPONGE, PLANKTON,
                      SEAHORSE, SUBMARINE, SHRIMP, SALMON, WHELK, MANATEE
    Vertical Words:   TORPEDO, CRAP, FROGMEN, WHALE, MERMAN, SQUID, HADDOCK,
                      SAILFISH
    Diagonal Words:   ABALONE, CLAM, PEARLYNATILUS, NEPTUNE, TUNA, SHARK, OCTOPUS,
                      SUNKENTREASURE
    
     --
    
    OHIO RETURN OF THE BUZZARDS TO HINCKLEY
    
    BUZZARD BUZZARD IN THE TREE
    I HATE THE WAY YOU STARE AT ME
    I WISH YOU GOOD I WISH YOU WELL
    I WISH YOU'D FLY STRAIGHT (STARAIGHT?) TO
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 3, 5, 7, 9
    Answer: IOWA
    
     ----
    
    OKLAHOMA LAMB AND WOOL SHOW
    
    These two are graphical puzzles and I cannot help you with them.  However, I
    CAN give you a hint.  The first picture is of many lambs, the second is of
    many SHAVED lambs.
    
     --
    
    OKLAHOMA PRAIRIE DOG TOWN
    
    There are no set answers to this puzzle.  Sorry.
    
     ----
    
    OREGON ZIG ZAG
    
    This is pretty simple, but I've drawn a diagram just in case.
    
    
     *--v  *--v  *--v  *--v
     |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |
     |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |
    S^  >--^  >--^  >--^  |
                          |      KEY:
    E*  v--*  v--*  v--*  |
     |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |      S = start (skiier)
     |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |      E = end (TO LODGE)
     ^--<  ^--<  ^--<  ^--<      >^v< = "This Way" signs
                                 * = tree
    
     --
    
    OREGON VORTEX
    
    NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST STOLEN OR VACUUMED
    ARTICLES OR PEOPLE
    
     ----
    
    PENNSYLVANIA MR. ED'S ELEPHANT MUSEUM
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 3, 5, 1, 4
    Phrase: COULD ANYONE MISS A LIFE-SIZE TALKING ELEPHANT?
    
     --
    
    PENNSYLVANIA SNAKE HUNT AND RATTLESNAKE SACKING
    
    Phrase: SACK LUNCHES TO GO GUARNTEED SURPRISE IN EVERY ONE
    
     ----
    
    RHODE ISLAND CLIFF WALK
    
    select buttons in this order: 1, 3, 6, 5, 7, 4, 2
    Phrase: CAUTION: POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS IN PLACES
    
     --
    
    RHODE ISLAND GREEN ANIMALS TOPIARY GARDENS
    
    This is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    
     ----
    
    SOUTH CAROLINA GRAND AMERICAN COON HUNT
    
    Horizontal Words: MARMOSET, ARMADILLO, MONGOOSE, MANDRILL, SLOTH, PECCARY,
                      HEDGEHOG, WEASEL, BEAVER, IBEX, BISON
    Vertical Words:   MUSKRAT, LEMUR, MOOSE, SHREW, PANDA, RODENT, SKINK,
                      TERRAPIN, BASILISK, IGUANA, CASSOWARY
    Diagonal Words:   ANTEATER, WOMBAT, OPOSSUM, HYRAX, GOPHER, BANDICOOT,
                      RACCOON, MEERKAT, TAPIR, KOALA, MOUFLON
    
     --
    
    SOUTH CAROLINA BALLOON BOOGIE
    
    This is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    
     ----
    
    SOUTH DAKOTA BUFFALO HERD TOURS
    
    WHAT SIGNIFICANT EVENT CAUSED THE LEAD
    BUFFALO TO START A STAMPEDE?  HE THOUGHT
    HE HEARD A DISCOURAGING WORD!
    
     --
    
    SOUTH DAKOTA DINOBRATION
    
    Good luck navigating the maze!
    
    Jumble Answers: SPIDER, TURTLE, CROCODILE, COCKROACH, DINOSAUR, PALEONTOLOGIST
    
     ----
    
    TENNESSEE TRENTON TEAPOTS
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 3, 5, 7, 9
    
    Answer: [picture displaying "TEA TIME"]
    
    select buttons in this order: 2, 4, 6, 8, 9
    
    Answer: [picture of a teapot and cup]
    
     --
    
    TENNESSEE BANANA FESTIVAL
    
    Pictogram!
    
    YEA | WEEP - P | HAY + V | SNOW - S | BAA + IN + A's
    
    i.e. Yes we have no bananas
    
     ----
    
    TEXAS OLD RIP THE HORNED TOAD
    
    There was a horned frog named Rip
    Who went on a very long trip
    
     I HITCHED A RIDE
    HE SAID WITH PRIDE
    
    select buttons in this order: 5, 2, 1, 4, 3, 6
    Phrase: BY USING MY TONGUE FOR A GRIP!
    
     --
    
    TEXAS CACTUSLAND
    
    Just move in the directions given and you should be okay!
    
    RIGHT, RIGHT, LEFT, UP, LEFT, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, RIGHT, DOWN, RIGHT, RIGHT,
    UP, UP, RIGHT
     ----
    
    UTAH OLD EPHRAIM'S GRAVE
    
    OLD EPHRAIM WAS A GREAT BIG BEAR
     IT TOOK TEN YEARS TO SHOOT HIM
      HERE HE LIES AT REST AT LAST
     THIS MONUMENT  SHOULD SUIT HIM
    
     --
    
    UTAH DUGWAY PROVING GROUNDS
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    A US ARMY INSTALLATION
     COVERING NEARLY NINE
    HUNDRED THOUSAND ACRES
        OF UTAH DESERT
    
    USED FOR TESTING CHEMICAL
      AND TACTICAL WARFARE
    
     ----
    
    VERMONT MAPLE MUSEUM
    
    COLUMN ONE: C,D,P,Q,S,J,K,T,Y,I,O,B,X
    COLUMN TWO: L,Z,A,U,V,G,E,F,W,H,M,R,N
    
     --
    
    VERMONT BLANCHE AND BILL'S PANCAKE HOUSE
    
    B A T   S A D       T         F A T           S     U S A   A I S L E
    O N E   T W O     T H E     F O U R         F L Y   S I X   I   E   N
    A Y E   Y E T   T H R E E   A U R A       L I E     E R E   S E V E N
                      E E L     T R A P     F I V E             L   E   U
                        E                 S L E E K             E N N U I
                                            Y
    
    Jumble answer: EIGHT IS ENOUGH
    
     ----
    
    VIRGINIA GREAT PEANUT TOUR
    
    each of the following directions are at an arrow (not just the four-ways)
    
    RIGHT, DOWN, LEFT, DOWN, LEFT, UP, RIGHT, DOWN, RIGHT, UP, LEFT
    
     --
    
    VIRGINIA KALEIDOSCOPE FESTIVAL
    
    This is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    
     ----
    
    WASHINGTON BIG BOTTOM BLAST
    
    No Set Answer
    
     --
    
    WASHINGTON TURKEY WALK-OFF
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    select buttons in this order: 5, 7, 6, 4, 8, 2, 1, 3
    Phrase: KEEP WASHINGTON GREEN
    
     ----
    
    WEST VIRGINIA BIG UGLY LAKE
    
    IT IS BETTER TO BE BEAUTIFUL THEN TO BE GOOD BUT IT IS BETTER TO BE GOOD THAN
    TO BE UGLY
    
     --
    
    WEST VIRGINIA PAW PAW TUNNEL
    
    Good luck navigating this maze!
    
     ----
    
    WISCONSIN GREAT WALL OF CHINA
    
    The first part of this is a graphical puzzle, and I cannot help you with it.
    The second part, however, I CAN help you with.
    
    1st group: FALL, JOLT, DROP, BUMP, JERK
    2nd group: RUIN, BASH, CRUSH, SPLAT, BREAK
    3rd group: DITCH, CRASH, SHAKE, SMASH, QUAKE
    4th group: BURST, KNOCK, CRACK, FLING, EXPEL
    5th group: THROW, PITCH, DERAIL, FUMBLE, PLUNGE
    6th group: RATTLE, TUMBLE, JOSTLE CAREEN
    
     --
    
    WISCONSIN DEATH'S DOOR
    
      PERISH
      A    O  C    GHOST
      SUCCUMB O   S   K
      S    I  R  SUTTEE
         L C  P   I   L   E
     PERNICIOUS DECEASE   X
      X  F D  E   I   T   P
      T  E E   MURDER O   I
     DEADLY    O  E   N   R
      R  E H   R          E
      MANSLAUGHTER    ENDED
      I  S R   A    C   E
      N    A   LETHAA   M
    DEATH  K        D   I
    I T    I       CARCASS
    E E  CARNAGE    V   E
    D      I        E
                    REMAINS
    
     ----
    
    WYOMING MUD VOLCANO
    
    PIGS WELCOME: ALL OTHER PETS MUST REMAIN IN YOUR VEHICLE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR
    STAINS SPOTS OR SPLASHES ON CLOTHES
    
     --
    
    WYOMING DEVIL'S TOWER
    
    This is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    
     ----
    
    FINAL PUZZLE
    
    This is a graphical puzzle and I cannot help you with it.
    
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    APPENDIX A: SOUVENIRS FOR FINAL PUZZLE
    
    Ala. Coondog Memorial: Invisible Dog Leash
    Ala. Dismals: Happyface Bolo Tie
    Alaska Earthquake Park: Salt and Pepper Shakers
    Alaska Iceworm Festival: Buggy Ice Cubes
    Az. Tombstone: Cowboy Hat
    Az. Hall of Flame: Snowbubble
    Ark. Goldfish Capital of the World: Rubber Fish
    Ark. Bayou Bartholomew: Can of Bug Spray
    Cal. Shakespeare at Cheese Factory: Rubber Rat
    Cal. Drive-Thru Tree: Redwood Box
    Col. U.S. Mint: Commemorative Coin Purse
    Col. Lazy-U Dude Ranch: Spur
    Conn. United House Wrecking Co.: T-Shirt
    Conn. Gurleyville Grist Mill: Quartz Crystal
    Del. Hall of Records: State Sticker
    Del. Muskrat Skinning Shack: Muskrat Skinnin Shack
    Fla. Snake-A-Torium: Rubber Snake
    Fla. Sponge-O-Rama: Commemorative Cup and Saucer
    Ga. Big Pig Jig: Cool Shades
    Ga. Lover's Leap: Giant Wax Lips
    Ha. Pineapple Plant: Hula Girl Doll
    Ha. Luau: Pooka Shell Necklace
    Ha. Diamondhead: Loud Bermuda Shorts
    Id. River of No Return: Sand and Water from Beach
    Id. Balanced Rock: Chunk of Boulder
    Ill. Max Nordeen's Wheel Museum: Hubcap
    Ill. Engine 2500: Turquiose Ring
    Ind. Hulman 100 Auto Race: Giant Thumbtack
    Ind. Dr. Ted's Musical Marvels: Tom Tom
    Ia. Birdland Park: Plastic Flamingo
    Ia. Graffiti Night: Giant Pen
    Ks. Garden of Eden: Rubber Gorilla
    Ks. Dodge City: Miniature Cowboy Hat
    Ky. Crappie Fishing: Pennant
    Ky. Wandering Woods: Pine Tree Air Freshener
    La. Fort Humbug: Scarf
    La. Possums Unlimited: Charm Bracelet
    Me. Holy Mackeral Tournament: Turtle
    Me. Moxie Festival: Commemorative Beer Mug
    Md. Accident City: Commemorative Spoon
    Md. Sowsbury 500 Pig Races: Tin of Meat By-Products
    Mass. Walden Pond: Frisbee
    Mass. Paper House: Poster
    Mich. Kitch-Iti-Kipi Great Water Spring: Toilet Bowl Ashtray
    Mich. Red Flannel Factory: Fuzzy Dice
    Minn. Mixed Bonspiel: Chattering Teeth
    Miss. Connelly's Tavern: Commemorative Coffee Mug
    Miss. Longwood Plantation: Confederate Flag
    Mo. Corncob Pipe Factory: Turtle Food
    Mo. Bowling Hall of Fame: Coconut
    Mont. Last Chance Gulch: Gold Buddha
    Mont. Territorial Prison: Handcuffs
    Neb. Museum of Roller Skating: Bronzed Baby Show
    Neb. Toadstool Park: Firefly Nightlight
    Nev. Gateway to Death Valley: Skull Keychain
    Nev. Christmas Tree Lighting: Plastic Orange
    N.H. Ponemah Bog: Plastic Orchid
    N.H. The Flume: Bobbing Bird
    N.J. Margate Elephant: Eyeball Keychain
    N.J. Wild West City: Oversized Silver Bullet
    N.M. Blue Hole: Mini-Outhouse
    N.M Chloride: Stuffed Armadillo
    N.Y. Oztown U.S.A.: Big Watch
    N.Y. The Catskills: Miniature Hotel
    N.C. Stone House: Troll Head
    N.C. Tweetzie Railroad: Plastic Pinecone
    N.D. U-R Next Barber Shop: Baseball Cap
    Ohio Sea World: Binoculars
    Ohio Return of the Buzzards to Hinckley: Rubber Chicken
    Ok. Paririe Dog Town: Plastic Fangs
    Ok. Lamb and Wool Show: Antler Head Band
    Oregon Vortex: X-Ray Specs
    Oregon Zigzag: Slinky
    Pa. Mister Ed's Elephant Museum: Thunderegg
    Pa. Rattlesnake Hunt: Rubber Worm
    R.I. Cliff Walk: Fake Coral
    R.I. Green Animals Topiary Garden: Miniature Saw & Log
    S.C. Balloon Boogie: Balloon
    S.C. Grand American Coon Hunt: Inflatable Palm Tree
    S.D. Dinobration: Plastic Dinosaur
    Tex. Cactusland: Cactus
    Tex. Old Rip the Horned Frog: Fake Lizardskin Purse
    Utah Old Ephraim's Grave: Miniature Bear Carving
    Va. Great Peanut Tour: Arrow
    Wash. Big Bottom Blast: Cowskin Wallet
    Wash. Turkey Walk Off: Fake Eagle Feather
    W. Va. Big Ugly Lake: Fish Skeleton Earrings
    W. Va. Paw Paw Tunnel: Handheld Videogame Machine
    Wis. Great Wall of China: Baseball
    Wis. Death's Door: Witch Hat
    Wyo. Devil's Tower: Voodoo Mask
    
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    APPENDIX B: COPYWRITE INFORMATION
    
    This walkthrough is (c)1999 Colin Snover.  The "Are We There Yet" Travel Guide
    and Cluebook is (c)1991 Electronic Arts.  "Are We There Yet" is (c)1991
    Electronic Arts, but has been released under GNU.  This walkthrough has been
    written EXCLUSIVELY for GameFAQs.com and may not be submitted to any other
    sites without permission from Colin Snover OR GameFAQs.com.  To report any
    errors, typos, et cetera, please e-mail Colin Snover at teevee@crosswinds.net.
    This walkthrough is 1,409 lines long and took almost eight hours to complete.
    PLEASE do not put anyone else's name on this walkthrough.  Thank you.  To
    obtain a copy of "Are We There Yet?" click to The Depot at
    http://surfsolutions.com/abandonware.
    
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