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And feather is the arrow clue," added Tina. " "So we have to put all the clues together," explained Meg. " She reached in and pulled out the four clues. "I still don't get it," Tina sighed, as they gazed at the clues. " DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEAS? " Meg pointed at each of the clues. "On every clue there are three letters underlined. " They all studied the underlined words. " Russell said a few minutes later. "Ridiculous! " "Wait," said Meg. «Maybe the letters fit in these spaces at the bottom of the last clue.
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35 "How could 1 have been so stupid! " Russell scolded himself. "I sat right in the middle of it! " He scratched his arms 36 and legs furiously. " He pulled it out of his pocket and read: ) WHERE IS THE ANSWER TO CLUE 3 HIDDEN? 37 "That must mean three feet away from the poison ivy," Russell thought. Then he imagined a circle around the tree stump and about three feet from it. Just outside the circle, he spotted a rock cairn - a pile of three rocks that hikers use to mark a trail. He excitedly lifted up the rocks.