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    Quote Originally Posted by BeenThereDoneThat2 View Post
    <img src="http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=956265"/> Did you say riff raff?
    yes. Rubble, clutter. Alternate definition than the one you may assume I mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themarkd View Post
    yes. Rubble, clutter. Alternate definition than the one you may assume I mean.
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    THANKS FOR CLARIFICATION

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    Did anyone consider that there is an animal called the Meek? Frank...Name:  hand print-2_edited-5.jpg
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    meek - Wiktionary
    Breaking horses can lead to the remount cowboys.Wish I had saved more of one of theirs memories.Anyway,brought to Reno and its history leads to nearby rocky stuff causing from shifts,Lake Tahoe which allegedly never freezes and a note the 2007 Angora fire left a scar from a fire( blaze?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankn View Post
    Did anyone consider that there ia an animal called the Meek? Frank...<img src="http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=958396"/>
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    Meek Rat

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    It's no place for the meek....... because the mountain lions dun ett em all....haa.

    How he knows the treasure chest is still there ?......Because it can be seen from the air and no chance of being followed without knowing it.

    Now all you have to do is contact your local air traffic controller and find out if any low overhead passes or flight logs were filed recently for your area, that requested or showed low altitude passes in the flight plan filed..... .then ask who filed the plan....then you will know who FF has riding him around to check on it from time to time.

    The pilot doing this for him would not necessarily know where, or when, he was looking down to check on it.....Juss sayin...If I was the one that hid it, that's the way I would keep up with it. A good pair of $850 bino's would do the trick for sure..... from the air. Naturally, the blaze would also be visible from the air as well, so FF would know where to look when doing his regular check-up on it. If you've been wise and found the blaze, look quickly down, your quest to cease...........dern I'm good !.....What ....we are dealing with a pilot here people...heh heh....

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    Happy to PM if you are settled on Wyoming. As am I.
    Quote Originally Posted by Alexandrasupertramp83 View Post
    Is anyone up for some serious treasure talk? Bounce some ideas back and forth. I'm in the Wyoming camp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ripsaw View Post
    It's no place for the meek....... because the mountain lions dun ett em all....haa. How he knows the treasure chest is still there ?......Because it can be seen from the air and no chance of being followed without knowing it. Now all you have to do is contact your local air traffic controller and find out if any low overhead passes or flight logs were filed recently for your area, that requested or showed low altitude passes in the flight plan filed..... .then ask who filed the plan....then you will know who FF has riding him around to check on it from time to time. The pilot doing this for him would not necessarily know where, or when, he was looking down to check on it.....Juss sayin...If I was the one that hid it, that's the way I would keep up with it. A good pair of $850 bino's would do the trick for sure..... from the air. Naturally, the blaze would also be visible from the air as well, so FF would know where to look when doing his regular check-up on it. If you've been wise and found the blaze, look quickly down, your quest to cease...........dern I'm good !.....What ....we are dealing with a pilot here people...heh heh....
    Might try...Mt. MEEKer.

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    Brown's Park, aka Brown's Hole, Colorado. It is over 5,000 feet, fits all the clues, a grave yard is at the Ladore School, Fort Davy Crockett in the Colorado side. Brown's Park goes into Utah and it is not there as stated in a clue, hot springs in Brown's Park, Indians, outlaws like Butch Cassidy lived there, flaming gorge dam close, not a restaurant for 60 miles so bring a sandwich, water falls all over the area, Canyon Ladore there, best brown trout fishing in America (in Fishing Digest article) caves all over the place and the clues go on and on for the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesFariello View Post
    Brown's Park, aka Brown's Hole, Colorado. It is over 5,000 feet, fits all the clues, a grave yard is at the Ladore School, Fort Davy Crockett in the Colorado side. Brown's Park goes into Utah and it is not there as stated in a clue, hot springs in Brown's Park, Indians, outlaws like Butch Cassidy lived there, flaming gorge dam close, not a restaurant for 60 miles so bring a sandwich, water falls all over the area, Canyon Ladore there, best brown trout fishing in America (in Fishing Digest article) caves all over the place and the clues go on and on for the area.
    Brown's Hole became the scene of fur company activity and between 1826 and 1840, nearly every mountain man or trapper of consequence visited Brown's Hole including Kit Carson, Joe Meek, Uncle Jack Robinson, and Robert Newell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82 View Post
    Brown's Hole became the scene of fur company activity and between 1826 and 1840, nearly every mountain man or trapper of consequence visited Brown's Hole including Kit Carson, Joe Meek, Uncle Jack Robinson, and Robert Newell.
    Notice: Joe Meek?

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    Now...for the clue from our past. It is written..."The fur trade is dead in the Rocky Mountains, and it is no place for us now. . .What do you say, Meek? "

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    Notice: " no place for...(Meek)"

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    ... Below Browns Park, the Green River plunges into Lodore Canyon, where rafters find plenty of intense whitewater...

    "Put in below the house(hole) of Brown."

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    This my friends is where warm water halts.

    Remember me when you find it. I know the rest of the clues but if you know where warm waters halt and go with my previous clues, you will quickly find it. Pay it forward.

 

 

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