- Sep 25, 2019
- Detector(s) used
- Primary Interest:
I can’t say to sure, that Mr. Bigfoot over the center part of that ridge showing, is the same “Rock Man” that Waltz was telling Holmes about, but the clue actually fits.I've never took stock in the rock man. I followed maps. Things that are tangable and can be proven. I wasn't looking for the LDM when I started my journey. I was following the Jesuits. One thing stumbled on another made me expand my knowledge of other said mines and clues to see what could be proven. My start was the amethyst mine found walled up and how the stones ended in kings crowns an ocean away, yet no knowledge of how they got there . Provable info wrapped in mystery. I know the answers now. Whether someone would believe it or not , I can't say as I'm only sharing my info to 1 so it's not lost . But yet probably will. Have the feeling to share with 1 more that really cars, but with who is the question. If I do it will be one that has spent the time and deserves to know. Many of those people have passed. Which makes it harder.
Turning to the left at that spot in the trail, is also the easiest pathway for getting back into that area, but you are to leave the trail at that point, by what I read anyway.
I admit, I looked at every map I could find … 👍😂
Even Apache Junction restaurant placemats 🤪
There is one I found to be really good. Many were helpful in making the challenge more than one would think. Clues are tough too.
As much as I think I know where it is, reality dictates proof of ore, and that it match. Definitive results are what make it or break it.
Making progress from looking at maps or clues, keeps the interest hot.
I still believe as you, that there are many treasures/mines out there…👍
My focus is the LDM.