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San Diego Old Town

Who started the fire that burned John Goodwin's barn on fire?

The historic heart of San Diego with sights such as Robinson-Rose House, Presidio Park, Whaley House and Cosmopolitan Hotel.

17 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

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San Diego Waterfront

Blimey! Me booty by missing. Who th' scallwag who took off with me booty?

Scenic waterfront dotted with restaurants, shops and attractions.

18 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

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Carlsbad Village

Who stole Earl Brown's money?

Small town charm featuring boutique & antique stores, cafes and art galleries.

17 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

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Ojai

Who shot Mr. Wilson?

Natural beauty in Ventura County with outdoor activities, farm & food tours, spas and arts & culture.

12 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

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Cambria

Who took pa's mining tools?

Picturesque town nested among towering pines and the shimmering sea on California's Central Coast.

19 Puzzles

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Solvang

Who took Daniel's horse?

Relaxing historic Danish village with bakeries, wine tasting, shopping and art.

16 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

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Fullerton

Who took Henry's horse Bullet?

Downtown Fullerton's restaurants, distinctive shops & entertainment makes it one of Orange County's premiere places to visit.

17 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

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Hollywood

Who took Miss Betty's Necklace?

Home to Walk of Fame, Grauman's Chinese Theatre, El Capitan Theatre, Guinnesis Book of Record Museum and Hollywood Museum.

16 Puzzles, 3 Challenges

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Idyllwild

Who is the arsonist that started the fire that burned Jack & Claire Robertson's barn? 

Nestled among tall pines, sweet smelling cedars and Legendary rocks.

15 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

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Palm Springs

Who stole Mr. Huss' money?

Long time get-away for the stars; famous for golf, tennis, delicious cuisine and aerial tramway

15 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

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Old Town Temecula

Who shot Charles?

Old Town is a blend of historic buildings with unique shopping, antique dealers, and restaurants. 

14 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

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San Luis Obispo

Oh my someone attacked a young lady. Can you please help find out who?

Enjoy this remarkable city found between the Coast Range and the Pacific Ocean.

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San Juan Capistrano - Los Rios

Who burned Charles Morgan's barn?

Visit the oldest neighborhood in California. Walk the streets to recapture the days of old while enjoying a bite to eat or shopping. 

18 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

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Silent Valley

This game is located at a private campground resort and is only for Silent Valley members and their guests

14 Puzzles, 1 Challenge (No Mystery to Solve)

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Hwy 49 Jamestown to Sutter's Creek Drive

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Big Bear Lake

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Jackson

Who stole from Oscar?

Historical Jackson was founded during the Gold Rush days. It grew out of a colorful past of gold, girls and gambling.  Remnants of underground tunnels still guard the town’s scandalous secrets. Learn more of this history as you play this game.

17 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

 

 

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Nevada City

The Crown Jewel of the Motherlode! It is nestled among cedar, pine and other deciduous trees; it's beauty is second to none. This gold rush town offers a glimpse into the past while providing a relaxing getaway today.

 

 

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Old Sacramento

Who shot Charles?

Riverfront historic district bustling with activity; shopping, dining and music. There's so much to experience, its like finding your own gold nugget.

18 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

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Riverside

Who stole Emma's horse?

Riverside is named for its location beside the Santa Ana River. It is the birthplace of the California citrus industry and home of the famous Mission Inn.

16 Puzzles

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Redlands

Who robbed the bank?

Redlands has a small town charm with its quaint shops. At the turn of the 20th century, it was considered the "Palm Springs" of the next century. Today it is regarded as the "Jewel of the Inland Empire".

This location is extra challenging
15 Puzzles, 4 Challenges

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Auburn

Who stole Walter and Anna Price’s gold?

Auburn is one of the best-preserved Sierra Nevada foothills mining towns. Its streets have classic old west architecture. The town is filled with 40 quint shops,15 restaurants, and antique stores full of merchandise ranging from vintage furniture to old toys.

14 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

Sonora

Who stole Nelda's money?

There's gold in them hills! Sonora is rich with history of gamblers, outlaws, painted ladies and miners seeking fortunate among the hills and ravines. A walk along the streets of Sonora is a visit with yesterday and is alive today with boutiques, galleries and fabulous restaurants.

17 puzzles, 3 challenges

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Mariposa

Who burned Robert Clark’s home?

Feel the Old West as you stroll up the historic main street. Mariposa is the southernmost in the Gold Rush chain of towns. You will find many remnants from those early days, from preserved landmarks to obscure ruins—all of them a testament to the county’s fascinating past.

12 Puzzles, 2 Challenges

Groveland

Who stole Thomas' gold watch?

Try to stay out of trouble when you visit this Gold Rush's town. It was known for its swift justice to any thieves. Now a gateway town to Yosemite.

14 Puzzles

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Monterey

Who stole Peter Brock’s money?

Monterey is located along California's rugged coast. Popular for Cannery Row and the Monterey Bay Aquarium. Close by is Carmel-by-the-Sea and the 17 mile drive.

15 Puzzles, 1 Challenge

 

 

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Adventure Awaits

So glad you've joined us! We are really going to need your help in capturing these rustlers. Be sure to meet us promtly at 1:00 on Sunday, September 8th. We will give you further instructions upon your arrival.