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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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  • Quest
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    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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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    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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  • ChasingMyTail
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    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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  • Sherif Billy
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    What size? The log of 4.

    Class dismissed
    1f

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  • wwwamericana
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    Are we talking 'bout "candy" here?

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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    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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  • voxpops
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    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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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    Originally posted by Coinaster View Post
    Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
    Would you please bless my solve?
    Yes my child. Just send it over and I'll begin working on it today for you.
    Humbly, FF

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  • Coinaster
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    Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
    Would you please bless my solve?

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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    Again, I defer to Matthew.

    Just speckulogging ...

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  • Castellaw1685
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    Eric could probably help with this~

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    Right... well maybe it's not the log we should concern ourselves with, but what is left?

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  • Old Pilot
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    Originally posted by Coinaster View Post
    This log is 12.2684 feet in length and weighs 422.8651 pounds..... ff dragged it from the river where it had been transported by mother nature to his hiddy spot.... When he hid the chest he first buried it and returned shovel and all to his sedan.... He then grabbed his tripod with block and tackle to lift and gently place this log atop the chest...... We however, only need a pair of gloves to retrieve it....
    Please pardon my skepticism.

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  • Coinaster
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    This log is 12.2684 feet in length and weighs 422.8651 pounds..... ff dragged it from the river where it had been transported by mother nature to his hiddy spot.... When he hid the chest he first buried it and returned shovel and all to his sedan.... He then grabbed his tripod with block and tackle to lift and gently place this log atop the chest...... We however, only need a pair of gloves to retrieve it....

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  • wwwamericana
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    This topic has always stressed me out -
    and it shows.

    Please don't throw anymore wood on the fire.
    Unless of course we are going to make s'mores.
    I'll bring the chocolate.

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  • Old Pilot
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    Originally posted by Countryboy

    Come-along, Block & Tackle. It won't be impossible but it will be difficult.
    In my opinion, Forrest has indicated that retrieval of the TC isn't a huge task.

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