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Scrapbook 249
03-21-2020, 07:12 AM,
Scrapbook 249

With everybody hunkered down because of the corona virus, it was good to see a SB. Any hints in this one?
03-21-2020, 09:45 AM, (This post was last modified: 03-21-2020, 10:00 AM by Beavertooth.)
RE: Scrapbook 249
1. The top book on the desk. Hint is about the author, the author's view of life, and/or is a hint to whoever sent him the book (not me):

"Shelley Groom Trevor, a lifelong horsewoman, successfully showed Arabian horses throughout the U.S. and in Canada for her grandfather Ed Tweed’s Brusally Ranch in Scottsdale, Arizona. From the late 1960s to the early 1980s, she competed against the best Arabian riders of her generation, learned from Olympic medalists and dressage masters, met film director Mike Nichols, Black Stallion author Walter Farley, and spy novelist Elleston Trevor (whom she later married), and even won a cross-country competition against members of the Mexican cavalry. But as the years passed, she realized the trophies and ribbons held little meaning for her; riding and life, she believes, are actually about the search for balance, rhythm, and love. In this memoir, she recalls the highs and lows, the gains and losses, of a life devoted to horses."

2. The shadow of the bison skull on the wall.

3. Journal of a Trapper -- Lamar Valley in Yellowstone.

4. Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.
03-21-2020, 10:52 AM,
RE: Scrapbook 249
But there's still something new in that picture that has not been in others.
03-23-2020, 11:18 AM, (This post was last modified: 03-23-2020, 11:20 AM by Siddhartha.)
RE: Scrapbook 249
There's definitely some major clues in the SB 249 image. That comanchero warrior is pointing directly at the blaze. And the bison skull is 'quickly looking down' at the (same) blaze too. Can't get more obvious than that I reckon.

Just remember though - as the bison skull shadow represents - the blaze will only be obvious at a certain time (period) of the day. There is also a hint to the time period in the image, but that's TMI for one day.

So grab one of the bridles (next to window), saddle up your pony and ride like the wind to that treasure! Ride Forrest Ride! Yippee Hi Yea!

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