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Where all the lines cross
11-02-2019, 01:30 PM,
RE: Where all the lines cross
IMO only: genetic lines cross here to produce a drawn area by a woman born here and the area was donated to the US people as a demonstration that would "prove" her point and preserve her birth place. It takes a lot of reading to find; however, you will find it quite funny and the end product of her existence and "revenge" is a blessing to us. The revenge is the shape, lol...
It is a very beautiful area.
just saying ss
02-13-2020, 05:25 PM,
RE: Where all the lines cross
In the general area where I search, there are more than two places that might (depending on how loosely FF meant "all") qualify as a place "where all the lines cross".

Two of these places could be referred to by saying "The Y". And there may be a bit of looseness in the
reference. I'm not in the habit of saying "metaphorically", but there may be a bit of a connection here
in/to the use of that long word. I think that the letter Y (or y) has been teased about lots of times in the
blogs about the Fenn treasure hunt.
02-13-2020, 09:14 PM,
RE: Where all the lines cross
i was hooked on physical, but i think he said metaphorically. So all those architectural rulers and crazy 8's are out.
02-13-2020, 10:09 PM,
RE: Where all the lines cross
I am still hooked on my crazy 8's, but they are not where the chest is. They at a far more valuable place.
02-16-2020, 08:13 AM, (This post was last modified: 02-16-2020, 08:14 AM by easternOHsteve.)
RE: Where all the lines cross
So here are meall and L is 10 go o(utside) d(iameter). Or So here are me a LL and L is 10 good...
meall is a bowl-shaped hill with fairly steep slope.
just saying ss
02-16-2020, 08:49 AM,
RE: Where all the lines cross
(02-16-2020, 08:13 AM)easternOHsteve Wrote: So here are meall and L is 10 go o(utside) d(iameter). Or So here are me a LL and L is 10 good...
meall is a bowl-shaped hill with fairly steep slope.

This kind of thinking will get you a long way when you're in the right spot.
These are all just my ideas. I hope no one uses them.
02-17-2020, 07:39 AM,
RE: Where all the lines cross
I wish I had thought of those kinds of twists when 1600 miles from here, lol. The last trip was very difficult as was fighting illness and the truck had a major problem. I must have an excuse, lol... I took a lot of pictures in my search area to look at if I was not successful in the BOTG and can now look at things more clearly. I found the offset sight rifle but just ignored the butt end; the pointed end was all I could focus on. It took two weeks after I got back home to get over that severe 'dig an eight inch hole and cover it when you are done' problem which was raging for six weeks while there... I can now reflect on my follies while BOTG.
I am not very good with the compass remaining in a straight line; it honestly is not as easy as you would think in a heavily wooded hilly area. There are no red lines on the ground out in the wilderness. I believe the GPS is essential to pinpoint the proper area; or you will need a lot of GE maps...
Where I was looking it took three hours and twenty minutes to get fuel or food (or a library). On the other hand if you have a proper phone you can talk to the world from a hill.
just saying ss

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