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Route 60 Genesis Key 7

Clue 1

He lost a lot when a freeze caused harm. But his perseverance encouraged others to continue to farm.

(Captain Frank Forster, an early pioneer of Orchid Island, did a lot of farming and persisted after a big freeze, inspiring other early settlers to keep planting.)

Clue 2

Pioneering a new place, he wasn't a fool. His property would eventually include a school.

(After the arrival of a number of pioneers, Forster thought it important to build a one room school house on his property.)

Clue 3

A man of many interests, a real go-getter. You could even trust him with a card or letter. 

(Forster became the first postmaster of Orchid Island.)

Clue 4

Helping Henry push into new places. The fruit of his labor put smiles on riders' faces.

(Forster struck a deal with train magnate Henry Flagler.  Keep developing Orchid Island and he could sell his fruit to train passengers.)

Clue 5

Being one of the first to live here took a lot of nerve. Honored today with a beautiful preserve.

(The Forster Hammock Preserve is just off Jungle Trail in Indian River County.)

Clue 6

It’s a bit of a hike to find the key.  East of a highway and near the sea.

(The key is hidden on the part of the trail east of A-1-A , near the ocean.)

 

Dignity Memorial (Aycock Port St. Lucie) Key 6

Clue 1

This place is not what it used to be, making it challenging to find a key. 

(Two connections.  The area used to be an island, Hector's Island, but was later filled in to build Front Street.

Also a big fire devastated the business district on the road and changed the look.)

Clue 2

A long journey to start anew. It's tough to find a key on the second clue.

(Pioneer John Hector travelled from Australia to live in Melbourne.)

Clue 3

Honoring a spot that's far away. Finding the key will make your day.

(The area was named Melbourne to honor Melbourne, Australia.)

Clue 4

The key is not far from a helpful sign. Keep your eyes open for 2209.

(The address of Hector's general store and post office is 2209.)

KEY 6 HAS BEEN FOUND!

Russ Reynolds of Port St. Lucie found Key 6 on Front Street in Melbourne near the historic post office and general store! 

 

 

Suncamper RV: Saturday Scramble

Clue 1

New arrivals from New York, that's not new. But the new home offers up quite a view.

(The ship Breconshire left New York, and its new permanent home is the bottom of the ocean off Humiston Park.)

Clue 2

Serving faithfully for 10 years. No doubt the end came with some tears. 

(The ship operated for 10 years before sinking.)

Clue 3

Stories and evidence at two different places. Plenty of people and smiling faces.

(The story of the Breconshire is at Humiston Park while the anchor is at Jaycee Park.)

Clue 4

Not a good time to take a nap, I really wish we had a map.

(The crew had no maps of the waters south of Cape Canaveral, and the Captain was taking a break when the  ship hit the reef.)

The Saturday Scramble key has been found in Humiston Park in Vero Beach where there is a marker for the wreck of the Breconshire!

Lotus Gunworks of South Florida Key 4

Clue 1

Two will become one. You hear that at a wedding. Where these two become one, a key you'll be getting.  

(Moore's point is located where the Sebastian and Indian Rivers become one.)

Clue 2

Like many who hail from the Midwest, they find the Treasure Coast is truly the best. 

(L.C.  Moore was from Chicago.)

Clue 3

You’re probably near the key, I’m not kidding. Park your car, grab a table, it’s near where you’re sitting.

(There are picnic tables at the Moore's point location, just off US one.) 

KEY 4 HAS BEEN FOUND!

Sean Harvey and family found the key near Moore's Pointe in Sebastian! 

 

 

Einstein Bros. Bagels Key 3

Clue 1

Will you be a winner? Or another loss? To find this key, two bridges to cross.

(You must cross two bridges on the foot path to get to the key.)

Clue 2

Knowing numbers can help you plenty, this time somewhere between 15 and 20. 

(The key is hidden near marker 20 on the trail.)

Clue 3

Checking the property revealed quite a sight. Stories of the past were brought to light.

(The man who originally surveyed the land discovered the burial mound that is at the end of the trail.)

Clue 4

The key is near a place you shouldn't step. It's always wise to show respect.

(The mound at the end of the trail is a burial mound of the Ais Indians.)

Clue 5

Go south and the key will be found – just off the path, a log near a mound.

(The key was hidden behind a log just off the south trail.)

Clue 6

You're getting closer, you've searched plenty, downed vegetation near marker 20. 

(The key was tucked near a log near marker 20.)

 

KEY THREE HAS BEEN FOUND!

Clay Schumann, Jr. found the key on Spruce Bluff Preserve's South Trail near marker 20.

 

Atlantic Marine & RV Key 2

Clue 1

Sometimes they visited, sometimes they did not. You'll find the key if you arrive at this plot.

(The trains would only “visit” if the flag was out.)

Clue 2

This road is not as popular as it used to be. Don't wander too far off and the key you might see.

(Old Dixie was formerly a major north-south highway through the area.)

Clue 3

There was a lot of fruit, but not many trees. Search this area to find the key. 

(Lots of pineapples grown in the Oslo area…..but they don’t grow on trees.)

Clue 4

Arriving immigrants, I'm glad I metcha. Yah, sure, you betcha.

(Oslo got its name from the early Scandinavian immigrants.)

 

Key 2 Has Been Found!

Tim Wolf and his son Jackson found Key 2 near the Oslo Flag Stop just off Old Dixie, North of Oslo Road.

 

 

Busy Bee Lawn and Garden Key 1

Clue 1

A place with history, but which one could it be? The answer is as easy as one, two, three. 

(White City was formed 123 years ago)

Clue 2

A big event provided inspiration, but a new arrival did the preparation. 

(The name and theme of White City came from the Chicago Worlds Fair and a Chicago resident, Louis Pio, laid out the design for the city.)
 

Clue 3

They were trusting with their cash, how could they know it would lead to a dash.

(Early settlers gave their money to a corrupt banker named Meyers who ran away with their funds).

Clue 4

Time is wasting, tick tock, tick tock….you are getting warmer if you are near a dock.
 
 
(The key was  placed not far from a dock used for fishing at White City Park).

Key 1 Has Been Found!

Congratulations to Tammy Comes! Tammy found Key 1 at White City Park.