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  1. #31
    us
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    G-Maza, Here is the Tombstone I had deleted before, this is within 100 feet of a treasure.
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  2. #32

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    G-Maza, Here is the Tombstone I had deleted before, this is within 100 feet of a treasure.
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    Sandy1 - Apparently I missed your information regarding headstones. Is that info in the "markers that specifically relate to treasure" thread?

  3. #33
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    M, It was but I thought I had transferred it to this thread so I deleted it on the other thread, but was wrong about transferring it, So I posted it again, This one is close to the treasure almost 100 feet left of here, this was on the trail and you would walk past it to the storage in this case.
    Tombstones are actually not very common the Pentagon is much more common at/near the storages.
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  4. #34

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    M, It was but I thought I had transferred it to this thread so I deleted it on the other thread, but was wrong about transferring it, So I posted it again, This one is close to the treasure almost 100 feet left of here, this was on the trail and you would walk past it to the storage in this case.
    Tombstones are actually not very common the Pentagon is much more common at/near the storages.
    OK, just to clarify...it is on the other thread?
    I believe I do have a tombstone. In front of this rock the ground is humped up as it would be if it were a fresh burial. Would you consider the following a headstone?:
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  5. #35
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    I would say no, they are usually really well rounded on top.
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  6. #36
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    Here is the Snake Head I posted before, and there is a Small Tombstone just below his open mouth. This is at the same site as the tombstone I posted in post#31 Just much closer to the entrance (within feet)

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  7. #37
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    the area where I'm looking for is almost flat, almost no stones, which is what should I look for at the point of the treasure?

  8. #38
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    G-Maza If there are no stones/boulders that are standing then why do you think there is a treasure there?
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  9. #39
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandy1 View Post
    G-Maza If there are no stones/boulders that are standing then why do you think there is a treasure there?
    what I mean, is that the area is mountainous, only small trees, if there are many tracks of friend treasure

  10. #40
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    There are several ways they made a marker stand out from the surrounding rocks, a Hole, a standalone Marker, a different color rock, a over sized boulder, a boulder blocking a wash, a shadow, a light sign, all of these work on one principle, that they are different than the rest of the surroundings.

    Its like finding waldo, your looking for the different object that you know to be a treasure sign.
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  11. #41
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    thank you Sandy.

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  12. #42
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    Well guys, I decided to dust off the old Jeep and go out to one of the sites that I had already posted on here (#53 in my guide First Half) and after looking around on the crisscross spot I managed to take pictures of 3 more sentinel/saguaro alignments to the same spot.(I will be putting these in the guide also, just thought you guys might like a sneak peak)

    This First one is a Brand New Alignment previously unfound (due to it being completely hidden by the tree)
    The Water Bottle is the Crisscross Spot
    I did not take degrees but the close cactus is 47 feet and the far one was the good old holy number 111 feet from the crisscross spot.

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  13. #43
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    Did anybody notice the Black rock on line as well as the difference in age of the two saguaros?
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  14. #44
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    I was going to ask if it was normal that a Saguaro was smaller than the other

    These three sahuaros form a triangle near some brands, will have something to see with the treasure?

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  15. #45
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    It is very common to see these in a triangle, this means they are going to a large boulder marker or to the crisscross spot, The reason they are different sizes is due to the fact that the sentinels keep remarking the spots over the generations.

    Please mark yours, as I can only see two.
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