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When Forrest Fenn suggested to "turn over a log", what size log did he have in mind?

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz View Post
    Again, I defer to Matthew.

    Just speckulogging ...

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    Interesting. Problem is, I believe one actually has to do it! (In my case a whole bunch of seemingly self-replenishing cords.) And of course a flashlight shines a beam . . .

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    • #32
      Originally posted by voxpops View Post

      Interesting. Problem is, I believe one actually has to do it! (In my case a whole bunch of seemingly self-replenishing cords.) And of course a flashlight shines a beam . . .
      RE: beam v. cord

      Strikes a cord.

      A good friend once told me I don't have issues. After a brief pause, she told me I have Subscriptions.
      Like you, mine also auto-replenish. Perks of being a Doctor ... of Divinity (and no, not that delicious white fluffy pee-can candy)

      #SoldiersOfSameStruggle

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      • #33
        Are we talking 'bout "candy" here?

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        • #34
          What size? The log of 4.

          Class dismissed
          1f

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          • #35
            Ever since I first read the book, I have had the feeling that the eventual finder will be flipping over an old rotten log and indulgence will be underneath.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by ChasingMyTail View Post
              Ever since I first read the book, I have had the feeling that the eventual finder will be flipping over an old rotten log and indulgence will be underneath.
              Hmmmm ....
              Thinking.

              But are you sure they'll be rotten?

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              • #37
                If there is a log to overturn, how did it get there ?
                Someone cut it down or it fell in the woods where nobody heard it.
                How long is a log ?
                Beginning to end !

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