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Saw this on another board.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJBakBqw...be&t=1m49s



He's talking about what you can see (and smell) where the treasure is. Curious to know what everyone's interpretation might be, especially the part about pinyon nuts. Those trees only grow in certain areas.



He also mentions that he said one thing that he wishes he hadn't....
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That is what I that at first too. I printed down my own map of where Pinyon pine grows. True it does not grow in Wyoming or Montana. Actually, it does not eliminate any states. He states pine needles OR Pinyon nuts. That leaves the door open for any kind of pine tree. Ponderosa pine grows in Colorado and Montana, and is the state tree of Montana.
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I take the man at his word.
(08-23-2015, 12:44 PM)Windy City Wrote: [ -> ]That is what I that at first too. I printed down my own map of where Pinyon pine grows. True it does not grow in Wyoming or Montana. Actually, it does not eliminate any states. He states pine needles OR Pinyon nuts. That leaves the door open for any kind of pine tree. Ponderosa pine grows in Colorado and Montana, and is the state tree of Montana.

Pinyon nuts from Wiki-The range is in Colorado, southern Wyoming, eastern and central Utah, northern Arizona, New Mexico, and the Guadalupe Mountains in westernmost Texas
So am I to assume there is no pinyon nuts in YNP ? is this the clue fenn didn't want to say? if its true that narrows the search area down and leaves out the madison river Any help out there? Thanks.... I feel like a dog sometimes chasing my tail
So, the pine trees in Wyoming and Montana have seeds in their pine cones as do all pine trees.
. Sage brush, about 50 different types, grows all over the west. So maybe he wished he had not said I know the chest is wet.
Just wondering how far north of Wyoming do Pinion trees grow?


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(03-09-2017, 12:28 AM)OutDoorLover777 Wrote: [ -> ]Just wondering how far north of Wyoming do Pinion trees grow?


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better question would be how far north could you smell the pinion nut?
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