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Potential concept about the Blaze
02-11-2020, 01:53 AM,
#11
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 12:21 AM)syd500 Wrote: Agreed. It was more an observation on when someone got to the point of solving the clues and tried to determine what the blaze is, which could be anything or nothing at all. Sounds like folks have been close so made me think what the blaze could be to make them walk past it or not solve the final clues.

Concerning yourself with other searcher's efforts in this hunt will shunt
your attention away from your own solving/searching effort(s). I suggest
you focus on solving the poem. When your solve looks great (not just
good) to you, you should ask a trusted intelligent friend to try to find
flaws in your solve. Good luck. Please emphasize safety at all times.
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02-11-2020, 04:18 AM,
#12
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
@BT
Forrest says that the TC is not associated with a structure; isn't it possible the blaze could then be associated with a structure. Unless you are thinking the TC is at the blaze? IMO, the blaze is not associated with a structure; however, I think hoB is associated with a few structures.
just saying ss
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02-11-2020, 10:26 AM, (This post was last modified: 02-11-2020, 10:35 AM by 5GIRLS.)
#13
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 01:53 AM)legacyhelper Wrote:
(02-11-2020, 12:21 AM)syd500 Wrote: Agreed. It was more an observation on when someone got to the point of solving the clues and tried to determine what the blaze is, which could be anything or nothing at all. Sounds like folks have been close so made me think what the blaze could be to make them walk past it or not solve the final clues.

Concerning yourself with other searcher's efforts in this hunt will shunt
your attention away from your own solving/searching effort(s). I suggest
you focus on solving the poem. When your solve looks great (not just
good) to you, you should ask a trusted intelligent friend to try to find
flaws in your solve. Good luck. Please emphasize safety at all times.
Why would you want people to stop posting? This type conversation is what opens the mind for most, allowing them the freedom of thought necessary for this quest. You all read, ask, comment all u can.

My blaze is what was created by my partner and I. It began at wwwh, all the way to the 10X10. A lot of reading, writing, no rithmetic, critical thinking, and imagination has led us to our solve. (Go away snow) The blaze IMO, is what is created by yourself. But! I fully expect to find another when finally able to go botg. Will be easily recognizable when seen.
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02-11-2020, 10:58 AM, (This post was last modified: 02-11-2020, 11:02 AM by Beavertooth.)
#14
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 04:18 AM)easternOHsteve Wrote: @BT
Forrest says that the TC is not associated with a structure; isn't it possible the blaze could then be associated with a structure. Unless you are thinking the TC is at the blaze? IMO, the blaze is not associated with a structure; however, I think hoB is associated with a few structures.

What a tangled web he weaves! Smile

I agree with your thoughts on this. I was using the dam as a WWWH when I was considering the aluminum hut as a blaze, so my previous post was a little disjointed. If the dam is not used as a WWWH, it could come back in play, as you suggest.
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02-11-2020, 10:59 AM,
#15
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 12:35 AM)crazyfamily Wrote: Plus the clues are contiguous. That means that the blaze is connected in some way to where warm waters halt.

If you think about the sunrise and where it begins, you can imagine the connection. This is the way to theorize about the blaze. Still, it has to start with the first clue. It could be a trail, or a river, or a road, or the sun, or something else connected to the first clue.

razyfamily

I don't think that the blaze is connected directly to WWWH. But it does have to be connected directly to the previous clue, which I think is "There'll be no paddle up your creek, just..."

All 9 clues are connected consecutively, one to the next, but not clue #1 to clue #4, as would be WWWH to the blaze.

The blaze is huge and can be seen on GE. But if you are on the ground you could go right over it and not recognize it as the blaze.

If you follow the "no paddle creek" but don't go as far as the heavy loads and water high, you will come to the blaze. Then you must follow "down" the blaze, not with BOTG but from GE or a good map.

When "your quest ceases" you will be able to see the "tarry scant with marvel gaze," and will then "just take the chest and go in peace." (The chest is NOT the treasure chest!)

In the place of peace you must solve the last 4 clues that are in the last two stanzas of the poem. The most difficult part, by far.
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These are all just my ideas. I hope no one uses them.
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02-11-2020, 11:06 AM,
#16
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 10:59 AM)trigace Wrote: In the place of peace you must solve the last 4 clues that are in the last two stanzas of the poem. The most difficult part, by far.

These are all just my ideas. I hope no one uses them.

Too late!
Smile
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02-11-2020, 11:14 AM,
#17
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
When I inagine Fenns place of Peace, I imagine him about 13 years old. He was at a place where there was a lot of activity, noise, and hubub. The peace place was where he went off alone, or maybe with one other (who is dead now) to find solitude, quiet, and bonding with the one other. A beautiful little clearing in the woods, near a stream or babbling brook, to just relax and ponder.
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02-11-2020, 03:24 PM,
#18
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
Or, the blaze really is a "tarry scant with marvel gaze", kind of like this stone:

https://imgur.com/6H79Gd5

The seated figure is gazing off to the right where there really is a dramatic view. The stone is 16"x9"x3" and weighs about 40 pounds. Here it is from the side

https://imgur.com/wwB0YsV

Note how carefully it has been shimmed into place. Also note the lichen that is growing on the shim stones. Given the growth rate of lichen, these shims were put in place ~10 years ago. The stone has been placed on top of a boulder at the very edge of a cliff. When you are standing near it, it really stands out. But you have to be "wise" to get there.
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02-11-2020, 05:05 PM,
#19
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze
(02-11-2020, 03:24 PM)brubr Wrote: Or, the blaze really is a "tarry scant with marvel gaze", kind of like this stone:

https://imgur.com/6H79Gd5

The seated figure is gazing off to the right where there really is a dramatic view. The stone is 16"x9"x3" and weighs about 40 pounds. Here it is from the side

https://imgur.com/wwB0YsV

Note how carefully it has been shimmed into place. Also note the lichen that is growing on the shim stones. Given the growth rate of lichen, these shims were put in place ~10 years ago. The stone has been placed on top of a boulder at the very edge of a cliff. When you are standing near it, it really stands out. But you have to be "wise" to get there.

That's a pretty scary stone. There are many faces on it, including baby Yoda yelling/crying! Sideways it looks like a rabbit with a missing ear ("Hear me all??")

Looks like a setup for someone down below the cliff to be "accidentally" hit by a tumbling boulder (easily pushed over in its current configuration). Stay safe out there people!

Your photography makes that stone look much bigger than the dimensions you stated. There may be huge demand for skills like that. Smile
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02-11-2020, 05:52 PM,
#20
RE: Potential concept about the Blaze

That's a pretty scary stone. There are many faces on it, including baby Yoda yelling/crying! Sideways it looks like a rabbit with a missing ear ("Hear me all??")

Looks like a setup for someone down below the cliff to be "accidentally" hit by a tumbling boulder (easily pushed over in its current configuration). Stay safe out there people!

Your photography makes that stone look much bigger than the dimensions you stated. There may be huge demand for skills like that. Smile
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Nope. I cropped it severely to hide the background
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