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Anyone want to do some trails with me in January? Yes, a New Yorker quit his job and is selling a car just to come galavant through the Rockies starting with the shop in sante fe. I hope i get my hands on a book and possibly get it signed. I would like to talk to a few people familiar with this subject and possibly team up and exchange info, thats if I dont pick up the chest on the way as I come south through the rockies!!!
The Rockies in January? Yeah, that would probably be like summer to a New Yorker, Just kidding.
I was up in elevations of 8500 ft last night and it wasn't bad. I have to keep my feet warm otherwise i'm dead in the water.


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<b>Quote from JJ on November 23, 2014, 4:03 pm</b>

I was up in elevations of 8500 ft last night and it wasn't bad. I have to keep my feet warm otherwise i'm dead in the water.
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It was lots of fun a few nights ago when it was 5 degrees. Weeeee!
I've been having fun also have made about another 5 searches after x mas


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<b>Quote from illinoisghost on February 5, 2015, 10:24 am</b>

I've been having fun also have made about another 5 searches after x mas
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Let me know and I would like to meet you next or sometime if you like. So is those 5 to the same area?
Yes, NM is the location. Along any road is places to stick a box into. It is called a culvert!
New Mexico logically must be the location. Considering Forrest said originally "In the mountains north of Santa Fe" that generally would mean the Sangre de Christos. True, it could refer to the entire rockys, but by that sort of logic it could also refer to the Alps or any mountains north of Santa Fe. Considering that according to Fenn "to my knowledge the chest is still there" it is implied he may have been back to the chest, and making a 10+ hour drive to Wyoming or Montana at his age seems unlikely. My only concern is that he implied that he rented a car to hide the treasure, meaning its possible he flew.
Are the Sanger de cristos true north of Santa Fe. Wouldn't it likely be Carson nation forest are or Cherokee nation park area /direction?


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I don't believe it is directly North of Santa Fe. It's North, and then West for an indeterminate distance.

Sangre De Cristos is as good as any other place I suppose.


It's in the Rockies, specifically.
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