I have discovered tonight that Internet Explorer 9 does not display the home page of this blog correctly. In fact, it hardly manages to display it at all. Certainly, the menus are all missing and the functionality is greatly impaired.
As I have no control over the richest man in the world and his defective and expensive software, perhaps you might consider installing a better web browser such as Firefox, Safari, Opera, Seamonkey, Chrome, Epiphany or even downgrade to a Microsoft offering that nearly functions, such as IE8.
As soon as Mr Gates manages to get his act together, and IE9 works as it should, I will let you all know. In the meantime, you might consider making an upgrade to Firefox or something similar…all of which are free.
Below is the location shot for the final part of this marathon. Please comment this post with ‘The final location shot was taken at…..’ and the specific place where this can be seen and not just the village, town or city, once you have the answer. It will be interesting to see who can be first to cross the line!
Treasure Hunt Final – This is a toughie to finish on. I need to know the precise current location of these.
Part 3 of this week’s puzzler can be seen below. Once again, the name of the place where the photo was taken is the password to the last stage of this ‘Marathon’. Once again, there is no need to comment with the answer, just use it as the password to the next stage.
I admit that my title for this image was ‘Berth Control’ for obvious reasons!! Where can these moorings be found?
Once you have obtained the password by identifying this location, you can move on to the final part of the puzzle by clicking here.
Part 2 of this week’s puzzler can be seen below. Once again, the name of the place (village, town or city – not the name of the building) where the photo was taken (in CAPITALS) is the password to the next stage of this ‘Marathon’. There is no need to comment this posting.
Where would you find these ruins? There are plenty to choose from in the area, so can you identify these precisely?
Once you have obtained the password by identifying this location, you can move on to the next part of the puzzle by clicking here.
This week I have attempted to be as topical as possible with our location puzzler and, with the Olympic Marathon being staged on Sunday, I thought that we would have a marathon of our own!
I have set up four location shots around Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire to recognise, starting with the image below. All the other posts are protected from view by a password. In order to gain entry to the next part of the puzzler, you need to get the password by solving the picture clue below. The name of the village, town or city where the shot was taken will, in every case, be the password to the next part. Please make certain that you always use CAPITAL LETTERS for your passwords. Continue reading