There were gummy bunny teeth inside the outlet safe with the clue shown below:
After they found it, we paused for dinner. Perfect timing.
The clue in the sprinkler used one of the codes from their training. The clue sent the kids off to find the correct Dr. Pepper can from among a group of cans on the table.
Several shaken cans and fountains of erupting sodas later, we had the clue.
We played the "pass the bomb" version of hot potato. We spaced the recruits approximately 15 to 25 feet apart around the yard and set the timer for anywhere from 20 seconds to 4 minutes. When the timer went off, the one holding it was sent to the informant for a secret hint as to the vault combination.
The second bomb in the clue was the pinata. This was tough to break and we had to bring out the baseball bat to finish the deed. Inside this pinata were pieces to a puzzle that had the last clue.
At the piano, there were green bowler hats and the following message:
Hooray, the agents defeated the mischievous leprechaun and won their slightly altered disguises. They ran into the sun room to find the dessert table ready with yummy treats, their evidence to destroy. The desserts are highlighted on a previous post.
We had a wonderful time preparing and enjoying this party. Dr. Monkey was completely surprised by the mission. We had disappearing ink and a password station that I forgot to point out before the mission began and we didn't get around to making badges with their code names. Maybe we will send those with the thank you cards.