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tintin - take a look at the very bottom left of the page. She's just your host on this forum (& a lot more, but...)


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<b>Quote from tintin.treasure on August 15, 2014, 5:17 am</b>

WWWH is important of course ,but unless it is interpreted in the context of ''put in below in the home of brown'' and most importantly the ''blaze'',it is an open clue that could lead you anywhere.



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Maybe you.


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<b>Quote from locolobo on August 15, 2014, 3:07 pm</b>

(Oh Lord, grant me the strength to....) Smile Smile



Hello camstah!!! Welcome to the Chase and the forum. Four months, huh?? Well, you've come to right place to get caught up on the Chase.

I don't believe that Steph has ever said that forrest told her she was within 50 ft. She has mentioned other distances, but not 50 ft. (but I could be wrong!! Smile

We just debated she said he said, and he said she said, a short time ago. But the thread seems to have been deleted? There is a section here called General Discussion. Why don't you start a thread there and ask that question and see what happens?? Smile Maybe we can rehash it and come to a consensus.



Good Luck to You................loco
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Might be a good idea. It would be good for us to get the correct or the right distance if we can........ Might require a response though from ff?



Because it's beginning to turn out like one of those stories you pass around the campfire and by the time it reaches the end no one knows the facts. :-) And I would really like to know just how close I've been!! 8O



I mean, the nerve of him to call me a largemouth bass that refuses to take his offerings for food? Well, damn it!! Give me something I can actually digest old man. Lol ........jk. :-)
I thought he was talking about my husband when he said largemouth bass. lol So funny how his comments set us all up for reactions. Smile

LOL That's because when I got to visit with Forrest my husband dominated the conversation. LOL He knew I was nervous and thought he needed to help me out. Smile In person I tend to be quiet, especially if nervous.
I am now checking every day (anxiously Smile) lest the chest has been found .... as I feel it is not that difficult to locate it if one observes the poem without any preconceived ideas of a 'treasure hunt'...I believe that is the hindrance for Americans (as it was for me initially) because of the way popular culture (in books and movies) portrays hidden treasures. Let me give you a hint guys, challenge this prevalent mental impression about hidden treasures ,for me this impression was altered after i went somewhere by chance in unrelated case and then what I saw in that travel altered my mental model about hidden treasures and I understood the poem in a very different light afterwards.Then,adding some bits and pieces, things became crystal clear. Fenn is really smart. You may ask why then I dont find the chest ,simply because I couldn't come to the USA-atleast not now. I am now thinking of how to get it from my remote sofa ...friends and relations in USA would think i am crazy but I am thinking about it and other ways...



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Tintin, its all real easy from the sofa. Its less easy when you get where you need to be. Come on out and search ! Smile
Deb

In successful treasure hunts it is mostly inspiration and few last miles of perspiration Smile.On serious note armchair analysis plays a major role in Fenn's case.



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<b>Quote from tintin.treasure on August 18, 2014, 10:56 am</b>

Deb

In successful treasure hunts it is mostly inspiration and few last miles of perspiration Smile.On serious note armchair analysis plays a major role in Fenn's case.



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tintin

Seriously until one finds the chest I can see no way that one can say that armchair or field searching is more important and we don't even know if field searching may be required at all.

I assume that field searching is required but since I have not found the chest how could i say that it is required. You seem to state things as facts more than your opinion.
Tim nobody



If the ''treasure map'' we have is a clear one it would have been a straight field work.But what we have is an enigmatic poem as a guide -a cypher if you like.Hence ample time should be given for its analysis.That is the point i was making. Ofcourse at the end of the day boots should be on the ground,,,



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