A Note From The Event Chairman
Hunting for the horseshoe can be frustrating, but very much rewarding. My goal is to get people out in the community to enjoy our great city, and the public areas and to be with friends, families, and neighbors. I want you to learn about our public areas and history. Clues have been interpreted in many different ways each year. If you think you’ve come up with a clever connection relating to your hunt experience, please email me with details. I love to hear about it. Tell me your story. And if you find anything that resembles a horseshoe, as many people do amazingly, take a photo of it and send to me.
I do my best to be fair to all hunters and to give everyone an even playing field. Remember that our committee is an all-volunteer organization and we do what we do because we love the event, the City, and the people. While my clues often involve the use of technology, I do not ever make it so those who are not tech-savvy are at a disadvantage.
Once the game is over, I will publish an explanation of all the clues that reveal what I had in mind when writing them. Thank you for hunting!
Tim Freeland – Event Chairman