HINT: NEW PICTURES ADDED
(Somewhere in the United States)
This borough houses 10 or less,
And highway 61 address,
The northern part of the U.S.,
Ablaze since ‘62.
Upon arrival you could choke,
From burning cinders, mining smoke,
And in the darkness you might poke,
And find another clue.
From here we travel to the east,
A couple hours at the least,
And find something extremely neat,
With Eddy’s special rocks.
As pleasant as the point you find,
The treasure that I swore to hide,
The voices echoing outside,
So listen, they will talk.
About an hour east and north,
A ton of boonies, perfect course,
A pyramid of magic force,
Holds boulders in the air.
It’s in the states and better known,
A state that pretty girls call home,
If in the mountains dare to roam,
A clue is sitting there.
Four hours thirty north by west,
You’ll find a road that is the best,
Home in the park unlike the rest,
Lies something very odd.
If you’re unsure of what to do,
Look all around for big mushrooms,
Rhyming the words will give you clues,
When found you’ll start to nod.
You have been wise and figured out,
What all these clues are all about,
And now I want to “see the trout”,
I ask you,“Where are you?”
(Hint: Look towards the east and examine Google maps very closely! You will hover over it and it will appear!)
To win: Tell me where you “see the trout.”