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The Billy Bowlegs Festival Treasure Hunt for Special Challenge Coins

todayApril 5, 2024 369

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Along with the upcoming 68th annual Billy Bowlegs Pirate Festival in May, the pirates are offering a Billy Bowlegs Pirate Treasure Hunt beginning April 17. Treasure seekers all over Fort Walton Beach will be out searching for one of the 150 special challenge coins being hidden in the city.

Information about the upcoming Treasure Hunt may be found at Captain Billy Bowlegs Treasure Hunt website. When the time comes, clues will be shared there, but you can avail yourself of more immediate clues when you sign up to receive special text messages from Captain Billy.

Clues to the hidden coins will be in the form of specially-written rhymes you need to solve to be successful in your hunt. If the search for hidden treasure is too easy, then it takes the fun away from the whole concept of a treasure hunt.

There are rules involved with this Treasure Hunt seekers must abide:

On NO PRIVATE LAND will you find any treasure!

NO DIGGING, DISMANTLING, or HARM…WHATSOEVER!

You are looking for BILLY’S COINS, designed to EXCITE!

They will be hidden BY, ON, UNDER, or IN plain sight!

After successfully finding a coin, register your find to document your found treasure. Doing so puts you in the running to reap another treasure of some sort from one of the $7,000 in prizes for successful treasure hunters. Along with a Grand Prize Drawing for a $1,000 prize package, you may win one of the other offered prizes:

June Scroggin
Author: June Scroggin

Staff writer for Omni Broadcasting, June is curious about most everything and is adept at meticulously researching any topic. She enjoys the challenge of various writing styles—succinct “just-the-facts, ma’am” as well as energetic irreverence (while still factual).

Written by: June Scroggin

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