Here's how it works: The tour begins with a known Latitude & Longitude. At this location you are to use the clue given to locate a visibletotheeye number. You use the number found to multiply by the numbers given in the clue to find the Latitude and Longitude for the next leg. In other words, at each waypoint you are looking for a number. Each number you find is then used in a simple calculation to get the next coordinates.
The Mathical Mystery Tour was conceived out of respect for security problems that any large and busy theme park
must deal with. Caches, even micros, would necessarily be treated with a suspicious eye by any Busch Gardens security guard. Finding only numbers that appear on existing structures and objects, however, is completely harmless.
There are 12 legs in the tour. No "find" by itself is particularly difficult, but when you consider that each
leg depends on the success of an earlier "find" then you can appreciate the hugeness of your task. Also, one silly math error could frustrate your whole day. It might be wise to bring a calculator with you, but don't forget you're at one of Florida's best theme parks. Have fun!
None of the "finds" require you to go off paths or do anything illegal or suspicious. It is suggested that you pick up a map of Busch Gardens at the entrance. It will help you to orient your compass points. Unless you are very good at hand calculations on paper and pencil, it is strongly suggested you bring a small calculator. Email me in advance for a printable pdf file with onepage instructions.
Note: The number you calculate will be 7 digits or longer. The first 2 digits are degrees. The next 2 digits are minutes followed by a decimal amount of minutes. Example: 8209127 would
be written as: 82° 09.127
HINT: All clues will/should make sense when you get there.
Leg 1
 The coordinates to begin your tour are N 28° 01.989 W 82° 25.313
 At this spot you will be standing in front of an open doorway. Inside, on the wall immediately to your left as you walk in, you will see a small framed notice that contains a 7digit phone number. That is the number you use to find the coordinates for the next leg.
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by .2837
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by .83287
Leg 2
 It's BEST if you reach over the fence to find this key number.
 This number is 4 digits followed by a 1. Disregard the 1 (only use the first 4 digits).
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 1,305.0894
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 3,831.0256
Leg 3
 This 7 digit patent number is not on their rock.
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by .7261544
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 2.131548
Leg 4
 T.T.#
 You may have to go in a ways to see this 2digit number.
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 45,195.33871
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 132,666.32258
Leg 5
 "______ species...."
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 93.40667
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 27,417.58333
Leg 6
 "__ __ __ L"
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 4,662.74376
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 13,686.18469
Leg 7
 You have come this many yards from your last find.
 (No, you don't have to go back and count them.)
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 8,006.277143
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 23,501.49143
Leg 8
 4/2/
 Use the 4digit number.
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 1,496.81571
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 439.39904
Leg 9
 AL ZIP
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 76.70056
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 225.1578
Leg 10
 Born on this day in February
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 186,803.6
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 548,363.87
Leg 11
 An impressive number!
 Latitude: Multiply the number found by 350,249.25
 Longitude: Multiply the number found by 1,028,169
Leg 12 (final!)
 This is a CIR number
 You will have to go inside the shelter to find it.
 Multiply the number found by 271,168,614.467
 This is the cell phone number for Pazooter.
 Give us a call, we'd love to congratulate you personally.
 Leave a message if you get the voice mail.
 All winners will receive an official certificate for hanging on their wall showing that they have
successfully completed, "The Busch Gardens Mathical Mystery Tour!"
You may send pazooter an email to verify any numbers found.
