The scavenger hunt was pretty well organized. There were appox 36 people broken into 6 groups. I hooked up with John, Isaac Andre, Amber and Ellie. We were Team Yoshi. We had half a lizard/dinosaur (hence Yoshi), an old man (not me), St. Pauli Girl, and a dorky cyclist (me). We started out great. Then it went downhill. Down Walhalla. First piece of the skeleton was found under the bridge. Then it really went downhill. To campus. And then it fell apart. We split up to go back and find piece number 2, while the other three members of the group went for three and four. Good plan? Sure, on paper. But when the other teams or members of the public remove the pieces you are searching for it becomes frustrating. Here are the clues. Maybe you can figure it out. Ride 1/2 way down the viking heaven. Under the bridge. Holla! Enter the Gates of Hell. Spill some blood in the bowl. Be a Ninja Turtle under 5th Street. Start at the Tangy. Go down the steps into the darkness. North of Arcadia. Shit your
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We rode around for a while. Just kidding. We rode around for a while. Not kidding. We ended up in northeast Columbus. Casey had at least three flats from glass shards and a wire. We had a bumblebee, skeletons, and a lizard or mini godzilla. Total of 17 miles. When we started it was 50 degrees. When we stopped in the burbs it dropped to 39 degrees.