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If I find the treasure...I might have to store my bread in it just for the amusement of it all.
THE SPIDER appears to have an hour glass on it so to me that means ff wants the chest to be found quickly ,that's why he is giving out more and more clues everyday.i will find it.
its 10 by 10 by 5 go figure

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I can afford a loaf of bread, never- the- less a $20,000 brass bread box. Anyways I just spin and tuck and put it next to the peanut butter.
according to my solution the blaze is approx 1700 by 600 feet



warm waters halt is a place with a name and can be looked up on google



the blaze is not a known place with a geographical name and cannot be google searched by itself



the blaze cannot be known without knowing first where warm waters halt, the blaze then needs to be determined by the path of the poem and its geographical appearance on a map



if you've been 'wise' and found the blaze... in the chapter LFLAC Forrest 'wisely' used the map to start the blaze, the clue is that the blaze can be seen on a map, you don't need to be on the ground, you can know where it is before you get there



'blaze' is the 87th word of the poem and page 87 says the fireball was huge and attracted unwanted attention







everyone knows where warm waters halt is laduke hot springs in gardiner mt right everyone knows Home of Brown is the Joe Brown put in for rafts yellowstone river right everyone knows there is no place for the meek(followers of Jesus Christ) is the devil or devils slide also know as the Blaze right and everyone knows that everdrawing nigh is seeking Jesus Christ right or left side of yellowstone river as u walk upstream against a powerful muddy (heavy loads) river navigable which you can retrieve a trove legally in montana I would laugh out loud too if I put this treasure in the river next to a 157 degree boiling stream at laduke hotsprings where no one would be Brave enough to venture into the water to retrieve it wont find it by chance cuz no chance anyone stupid enough to go in there Cold yes only river is low enough during winter to retrieve it yes in the wood means it could be in a wooden container???? good luck all


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<b>Quote from Chris Yates on October 16, 2013, 12:43 am</b>

according to my solution the blaze is approx 1700 by 600 feet



warm waters halt is a place with a name and can be looked up on google



the blaze is not a known place with a geographical name and cannot be google searched by itself



the blaze cannot be known without knowing first where warm waters halt, the blaze then needs to be determined by the path of the poem and its geographical appearance on a map



if you've been 'wise' and found the blaze... in the chapter LFLAC Forrest 'wisely' used the map to start the blaze, the clue is that the blaze can be seen on a map, you don't need to be on the ground, you can know where it is before you get there



'blaze' is the 87th word of the poem and page 87 says the fireball was huge and attracted unwanted attention






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I agree about knowing where and what the blaze is before hand. Mr Fenn said his mind stays at 13, I think the clues are based on that same mind set.

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<b>Quote from stoneman_65704 on October 16, 2013, 4:29 am</b>

everyone knows where warm waters halt is laduke hot springs in gardiner mt right everyone knows Home of Brown is the Joe Brown put in for rafts yellowstone river right everyone knows there is no place for the meek(followers of Jesus Christ) is the devil or devils slide also know as the Blaze right and everyone knows that everdrawing nigh is seeking Jesus Christ right or left side of yellowstone river as u walk upstream against a powerful muddy (heavy loads) river navigable which you can retrieve a trove legally in montana I would laugh out loud too if I put this treasure in the river next to a 157 degree boiling stream at laduke hotsprings where no one would be Brave enough to venture into the water to retrieve it wont find it by chance cuz no chance anyone stupid enough to go in there Cold yes only river is low enough during winter to retrieve it yes in the wood means it could be in a wooden container???? good luck all
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So ya found it? good for you. Just out of curiosity, " ...can retrieve a trove legally in Montana..." why is that?
i dont think hes saying he found it



i think hes saying everyone knows where it is but no one wants to go into the boiling water to get it



seems legit


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<b>Quote from James Perotti on October 16, 2013, 7:36 am</b>

I agree about knowing where and what the blaze is before hand. Mr Fenn said his mind stays at 13, I think the clues are based on that same mind set.
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James you had 166 posts and there are 166 words in the poem



now you've blown it



did you mention his mind stays at 13 because the blaze is the 13th line?
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