2015 Yule Log clues | SteamboatToday.com

2015 Yule Log clues

Laura Sankey and Jennifer Meeks show off the Yule Log after finding it in 2014. This year's Yule Log Hunt begins at the stagecoach display at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association, last year's hiding spot.
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— The 2015 Yule Log Hunt begins at the 2014 hiding spot: the Tread of Pioneers Museum’s stagecoach display at the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association.

Clue No. 1

A wild ride, the passengers’ tale.

Wolcott to Hahns Peak was the trail.

Your journey’s end is far from here.

Follow our clues, your prize will appear.

Clue No. 2

At the bend, they found the heart.

Westward dreams were sure to start.

Wind around, climb out of water.

Paint a picture like the daughter.

Clue No. 3

“…Watch Us Grow,” shine some light.

75-feet was quite a sight.

Burn some coal, or blow off steam.

Working together we power the dream.

Clue No. 4

From the Czech Republic, he did hail.

With Denver and Steamboat plans to unveil.

Made of stone, a butterfly on top.

Follow the clues until they stop.

Clue No. 5

A state production, a sporting pleasure.

Work the wood, make sure to measure.

Hit your mark, learn safety first.

Sail on down, quench your thirst.

Clue No. 6

Start your morning, fine and Dandy.

Just above the bank so sandy.

Up in flames in ’58.

Keep on the path, you’re doing great!

Clue No. 7

A woodland cabin, now hidden from view.

For a talented artist, Rex always knew.

Adventure and travel are no bore.

Can you follow our historic lore?

If you find the log, please immediately call the Tread of Pioneers Museum. If you want to check to see if the log has been found, please go to the Tread of Pioneers Museum’s Facebook or Web page. As soon as museum staff hears the log has been found, they will post the information there.

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