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The last spot is at a mountain. They ride the sled until they get to the rocky mountain. They get off and start searching around for the treasure.
They find a opening to a cave at the base of the mountain.
My name is Elena Borbely. I am a tenth grader at Dundee Community High school. Some of my hobbies are cross country, color guard, and band. In my free-time I love to watch movies and TV shows, hang out with friends and family, and sing. I also love reading books and I especially love a good adventure!
Inside the cave they find a viking chest with a message on the top. The message says that the clue from the wall at the first spot on the map holds the key to accessing the Helmet of Dundee with the help of this key! Attached to the chest was a key that showed what each viking letter was. The lock on the chest could be opened by turning the mechanism in a series of left and right motions.
Come along on the adventure as Elena and Eli follow a viking map to find the Helmet of Dundee!
Elena and Eli's Viking Venture
Using the viking key and the message from the first spot, they figured out that the message said left, right, right, left. they moved the lock in that order of directions and the chest opened revealing the treasure.
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