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Two poem lines that may work together . . .
05-20-2020, 10:47 PM,
Two poem lines that may work together . . .
. . . in an important way may help a lot. They are

So hear me all and listen good,


But tarry scant with marvel gaze,

I have an idea that marvel gaze may relate to the Professor Marvel character in the movie "The Wizard of Oz". Please don't let one of the
other character's name (Miss Gulch) distract you. But you might want
to remember that the Yellow Brick Road is sometimes associated with
"bricks" made of the element gold . . . in case you doubt any association
between this hunt and that movie.

What I am wondering about is the appearance of the local landscape
(kinda near the hidey place). It looks kinda nice on GE, but not so nice
when BOTG hiking. Anybody who has a really strong idea about what I
am talking about should carefully study GE in the location of their search
hike. Good luck, all.

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