The great Pukeatua Easter Egg hunt

Mr bunny was terribly sorry this year, he had an accident and lost all of his eggs on the way through a hole in his bag. So all the lovely easter eggs are now spread across most of the farm, ~10 acres.

All he could do was to supply us with the most recent of his tracking data before he noticed. Luckily Mr bunny keeps track of his locations.

Here are the locations:

havens.arises.astronaut
woodworker.mentioning.removed
dials.happens.lentils
untiring.surrounding.walkers
roadshow.binging.captures
prohibit.mandates.exports
intimidation.radial.respectable
rigged.personality.lutes
tawdry.wifely.mystify
lame.dubs.armies
tastefully.territories.feeling
dealerships.fades.halibut
billionaire.resorting.reprised
catalysis.nuance.revisit

Hint: a coordinate system that puts a 3m x 3m grid across the planet and each square has a three word coordinate.

Happy hunting to the kids!

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