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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82 View Post
    I believe the "no paddle" tells you, you will have to travel in water but you will not be able to paddle in.
    That line has been interpreted as a dry creek bed, as well. It's absolutely aggravating and fun at the same time.

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    Just having fun trying to interpret clues. Not in a position financially or geographically to take the adventure although I really wish I could.

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    Never been to New Mexico, Colorado or Wyoming, but would love to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frankn View Post
    You will never find it from those clues! it is missing the basic element, a starting point. A set of clues can be visualized in many places without a starting point. If it is ever found it will be because someone accidentallyAttachment 677647 stumbled on it. Frank
    He's made it clear that it will NOT be stumbled upon.

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    Maybe by 9 clues, they are not in his statements, but a cypher hidden within the writing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by vor

    Not to be negative but it is probably a hoax just to sell the books. The guy had to be broke from his extended dig.
    Exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82
    Never been to New Mexico, Colorado or Wyoming, but would love to.
    Me too!!!! I'd love to go look for this treasure.

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    Would have to already be a millionaire to afford looking for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82
    Would have to already be a millionaire to afford looking for it.
    It's not all about the money. It's about to throw the hunt.

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    No it's not, but takes plenty of it to go exploring. Some clues might mean something to some but to me, I am not familiar with any of the VAST area that would have to be explored. Wish I could just because I love to explore, I love nature and I love a challenge. Oh well...
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    ousooner, you ain't that far away. Take a week and scoot out to Santa Fe and have a little fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by roymonster

    It's not all about the money. It's about to throw the hunt.

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    "THRILL" of the hunt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82 View Post
    No it's not, but takes plenty of it to go exploring. Some clues might mean something to some but to me, I am not familiar with any of the VAST area that would have to be explored. Wish I could just because I love to explore, I love nature and I love a challenge. Oh well...
    The more you know about the guy, the more you can whittle it down. It's in a place that's very important to him, and it's in the Rocky Mountains.

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    At themarkd: If so, wouldn't Mt. Meeker be a good area to look? MEEKer, think about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82 View Post
    At themarkd: If so, wouldn't Mt. Meeker be a good area to look? MEEKer, think about it.
    Just remember, he was 80ish, just beat cancer, and had to make 2 trips with approximately 20-30 pounds of cargo to carry.

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    Just referring to the poem. The word "meek" might possibly be in reference to Mt. Meeker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ousooner82 View Post
    Just referring to the poem. The word "meek" might possibly be in reference to Mt. Meeker.
    Certainly could be. Nothing in the Rockies can really be discounted at this point.

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    The only place that I saw it stated (other than this thread) that it was in the mountains north of Santa Fe was by two reporters. Without knowing the context of the entire quote/conversation, I am not so sure that they are correct.
    I think more of a key is to find out where he would want to be buried and his San Larazo puebo is SE. But if it is north of SF, those aviators Snakeyes found in Pecos Canyon may be close or on the route.
    Hear now this, O foolish people, and without understanding; which have eyes, and see not; which have ears, and hear not: Jeremiah 5:21

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    Quote Originally Posted by vor View Post
    The only place that I saw it stated (other than this thread) that it was in the mountains north of Santa Fe was by two reporters. Without knowing the context of the entire quote/conversation, I am not so sure that they are correct.
    I think more of a key is to find out where he would want to be buried and his San Larazo puebo is SE. But if it is north of SF, those aviators Snakeyes found in Pecos Canyon may be close or on the route.
    Forrest has told me, and others, personally, that it is in the Rockies north of Santa Fe. he has also told me (and my group) that our kids could literally walk to it, pick it up (assuming strength) and walk away.

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    If his bio is in the box, you would assume that it is out of the weather. And if you can walk up to it, it is likely in a cave or under an overhang. That should limit the amount of places at least.
    Hear now this, O foolish people, and without understanding; which have eyes, and see not; which have ears, and hear not: Jeremiah 5:21

 

 
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