Naturallly Occuring Formation OR Manmade Treasure Marker/Sign?

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A very high potential especially with this in the immediate vicinity the royal marker. View attachment 2055244 .
Interesting shapes & colors.
Want to explain, talk about the
Royal marker implications?

Thanks for sharing the pics.
 
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Sure no problem my friend, there were always a couple of trails they would travel the Spanish just to avoid a conflict out there in the wilderness. The royal trail was usually marked with a Lion or Poodle usually this trail was special from all others only the Kings goods were on it and the tax had better been taken out when transporting on it.. I believe lost Horse had a photo recently posted on Sandy1 thread recently that was pretty good of a Lion.
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Sure no problem my friend, there were always a couple of trails they would travel the Spanish just to avoid a conflict out there in the wilderness. The royal trail was usually marked with a Lion or Poodle usually this trail was special from all others only the Kings goods were on it and the tax had better been taken out when transporting on it.. I believe lost Horse had a photo recently posted on Sandy1 thread recently that was pretty good of a Lion. View attachment 2055538 View attachment 2055537
There's a lot to take in bro.
Very nice pics.
Thanks for sharing...
 
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Yeah, that's one way to look at it. They rode through the area for sure.
Don't know what all the water covered up, but the archies asked an old
Choctaw Indian family friend, about possible supposedly known historical
events. And he said rode & pointed out some things, they poked around &
looked at, don't know if they found anything, before they flooded it all over.
Thanks for your comments! 8-)
Sometimes that answer is right there.
 

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Cross De Sign, we have a forum for music, Treasure Marks/Signs forum is not it.
 
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Sure no problem my friend, there were always a couple of trails they would travel the Spanish just to avoid a conflict out there in the wilderness. The royal trail was usually marked with a Lion or Poodle usually this trail was special from all others only the Kings goods were on it and the tax had better been taken out when transporting on it.. I believe lost Horse had a photo recently posted on Sandy1 thread recently that was pretty good of a Lion. View attachment 2055538 View attachment 2055537
You been getting much snow up there?
 

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You been getting much snow up there?
Not to much as of yet but been cold as heck low 10 with a high of 40 during the day.Been chopping plenty of wood to stock the cabin so its warm this winter.Good snow over 10,000 feet high country shut down.
 

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Sure no problem my friend, there were always a couple of trails they would travel the Spanish just to avoid a conflict out there in the wilderness. The royal trail was usually marked with a Lion or Poodle usually this trail was special from all others only the Kings goods were on it and the tax had better been taken out when transporting on it.. I believe lost Horse had a photo recently posted on Sandy1 thread recently that was pretty good of a Lion. View attachment 2055538 View attachment 2055537
You are in a good area with that /\ shaped formation. it's also an oddball face looking up to sky.
 

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I am getting closer, the high country is snowed in but when spring rolls around I will be there.
 

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