2 weeks between updates will do that I suppose.
Back on topic though, tonight I'm going to begin the Brute Force process and try to nail down a location based on low tide times. I'm almost sure it will be fruitless just like all the other puzzles we've had so far. I'll be able to get close enough to a solve to frustrate the hell out of myself and then spend the next few days obsessing over it.
I. Can't. WAIT.
ETA: I found another site that's making the brute force a bit easier on the eyes. http://www.tides.info/
So I started my searching in Nova Scocia down into Maine. I noticed that the closest matches were still about an hour off. So I moved southward and westward into the mid-atlantic states. It seems like the closest matches are in Massachusetts. Specifically in Cape Cod down to Nantucket Island.
It makes sense to me that JM would try to charter a boat out of Boston to get to Cape Cod for some rare fish spotting. It also makes sense to me that he would go to Cape Cod. It's known world-wide as a sport fishing mecca. It's also home to snakehead fish, red lionfish, giant sturgeon, sea lamreys, and wolffish to name a few. Sound familiar? http://super8.wikibruce.com/Hooklineandminker.com/photo_slider
I'm not saying it's Cape Cod but it sure did catch my eye.
Posted: Wed Jul 07, 2010 8:59 pm