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Thread a Tract...?
02-18-2014, 07:08 PM,
#11
Thread a Tract...?
Thats a ideal Deb, figure a date that might have had Forrest change his mind that the chest might be found early and figure what the topic at the time frame and that might help understand tight focus?
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02-24-2014, 02:06 AM,
#12
Thread a Tract...?
When I read this I thought it meant like a jumbo shrimp or tiny giant. One of those thingies. I mean to thread something is intricate and takes precision. A tract is a large piece of land. You can thread tracks through a tract, but can you really thread a tract?
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02-28-2014, 09:30 AM,
#13
Thread a Tract...?
I think the most important clue is circumstance. Remember when he and his buddy took the horses out with only three candy bars, got lost, wet, cold, etc..? Those circumstances caused them to finally give the horse his head and let the horse thread the tract and take them home.



I believe a like or similar set of circustances that Forrest found himself in one time, led him to this "special place" he found, purely by accident and circumstances, that he found himself in at the time.



What I think he is saying, is you sometimes have to get lost, to find yourself. Likewise, you will have to get lost to find the treasure.....just like he did when he found the place to put it in the beginning. I can almost see him sitting there and thinking to himself,....this would be a great place to hide valuables, there is no way anyone would ever stumble on this like I did out of circumstance.....and if they did, it would be somebody just like me living life as I have, and I think that is who I would like to have my treasure, someone like me, bold, fearless and full of adventure....
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10-23-2019, 10:41 PM, (This post was last modified: 10-23-2019, 10:45 PM by wildfuntear.)
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RE: Thread a Tract...?
(02-28-2014, 09:30 AM)Ripsaw Wrote: I think the most important clue is circumstance. Remember when he and his buddy took the horses out with only three candy bars, got lost, wet, cold, etc..? Those circumstances caused them to finally give the horse his head and let the horse thread the tract and take them home.



I believe a like or similar set of circustances that Forrest found himself in one time, led him to this "special place" he found, purely by accident and circumstances, that he found himself in at the time.



What I think he is saying, is you sometimes have to get lost, to find yourself. Likewise, you will have to get lost to find the treasure.....just like he did when he found the place to put it in the beginning. I can almost see him sitting there and thinking to himself,....this would be a great place to hide valuables, there is no way anyone would ever stumble on this like I did out of circumstance.....and if they did, it would be somebody just like me living life as I have, and I think that is who I would like to have my treasure, someone like me, bold, fearless and full of adventure....

To get lost while approaching the hidey space, you'd almost have to be
TRYING to get lost. Remember the old trick about finding a stream and
following it downhill until you find a town (or something like that)?

I don't want to circumvent exercise while circumscribing the circomeference of the inference. And I don't
want excessive excise tax tacked onto my circumstantial avoidance. Tract, indeed!
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