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Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
05-20-2020, 01:32 PM,
#11
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
(05-12-2020, 10:05 PM)Beavertooth Wrote: There was a mention of the book and movie titled "The 39 Steps" in the forum. The movie was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It was loosely based on the book by John Buchan. There was a connection to the chase, which escapes me at the moment.

OP suggested a "black(ish) flat stone to look under". The Black Stone was a circle of spies in the original 39 Steps, which also features a simple alphabet cipher.
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05-25-2020, 02:18 AM, (This post was last modified: 05-25-2020, 02:24 AM by legacyhelper.)
#12
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
Thank you for this information. It seems pretty specific, compared to widely-known general knowlege, so
I won't worry about the importance in solving the poem and finding the trove. And I'm not going to lose any sleep using a cypher or code to help
find the hidey place.

I just remembered something that may relate to a good solve. Forrest's BB gun (air rifle) was a Daisy, right?
And he prayed for D's, he said. Not a biggie, but may serve as a small bit of confirmation that one is in
the right vicinity for BOTG searching. And please don't get me started about Daisy details.
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05-25-2020, 04:27 PM,
#13
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
"You'll shoot your eye out!"
just saying ss
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05-25-2020, 06:39 PM,
#14
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
The Red Ryder model was the favorite. The comic strip was drawn by Fred Harman; he lived & has a museum in Pagosa Springs. FWIW
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05-26-2020, 03:03 AM,
#15
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
@old drum
Fred Harman is the anchor; you now need to associate with geographical location. I see you did that but???
just saying ss
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Yesterday, 12:46 AM,
#16
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
(05-26-2020, 03:03 AM)easternOHsteve Wrote: @old drum
Fred Harman is the anchor; you now need to associate with geographical location. I see you did that but???

It's near Treasure Falls. I didn't look that up in my Funk & Wagnalls.
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Yesterday, 11:45 AM,
#17
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
@wildfuntear
I just meant that old drum might want to consider another alternate association to arrive at another location. It is just my opinion though...
just saying ss
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Yesterday, 12:09 PM,
#18
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
Little Beaver may know where the chest is! Smile
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8 hours ago,
#19
RE: Within "a few steps" of the treasure . . .
@Beavertooth
The Republic Picture's first of a series (1940), or maybe first of another series, may be pertinent to Red Ryder. Little Beaver was Robert Blake at one time; I don't think that will help, or does it?
just saying ss
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