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  • Hint
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    Originally posted by Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz View Post
    I wonder if Mr. Fenn ever experiences an irrational fear that, in the middle of an interview, he is suddenly going to start blurting out all the answers to the clues in his poem --

    it's a miracle, in all these years, he hasn't accidentally 'slipped' and said that one thing which spoils the entire endeavor.

    it may be even more of a miracle that he hasn't found himself, in some strange moment, utterly overcome with an acute bout of Tourrettes and just started blurting out all the answers.

    I bet he has woken up more than once in a middle-of-night cold sweat haunted by such visions ...
    Hunt for Leo the dog to protect him. Forrest knows what I mean, I mean Leo

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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    I wonder if Mr. Fenn ever experiences an irrational fear that, in the middle of an interview, he is suddenly going to start blurting out all the answers to the clues in his poem --

    it's a miracle, in all these years, he hasn't accidentally 'slipped' and said that one thing which spoils the entire endeavor.

    it may be even more of a miracle that he hasn't found himself, in some strange moment, utterly overcome with an acute bout of Tourrettes and just started blurting out all the answers.

    I bet he has woken up more than once in a middle-of-night cold sweat haunted by such visions ...

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  • JHSharp
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    Wings don't hurt either, when you can find them. What frog, having heard about their relationship with the ground, hasn't at least looked for a set?

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  • JHSharp
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    Or, a vivid imagination. Many game-winning hits, clutch performances, and acts of selflessness and bravery were first rehearsed in our minds.

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  • wwwamericana
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    A landing, of course.
    Just wanted to see what direction you were headed. LOL

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  • Mr hand
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    It should be obvious tho, he'd fly there. Now what does that entail?

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  • Mr hand
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    Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
    Enlighten us, Mr. Hand.
    Lol u gotta at least try...

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  • wwwamericana
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    Enlighten us, Mr. Hand.

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  • Mr hand
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    I think hes interested for sure. Ur posts title forrest fenns thinking tho is dead on why its so hard to find wwwh. U gotta think like f, a pilot. How would a pilot get u to wwwh?

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  • Pastor Ebenezer Fuzz
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    Originally posted by OH!!
    Forrest will know if a person is on the right tract because they will prattle like a child when they shouldn't. I think he knows exactly who this person(s) is and he might even know their ancestors. If it were me that hid the treasure, I would want to know more about them and what they are about.
    Luckily for me, in order to conceal such an obtuse 'tell,' I've been prattling on like a child my whole life when i shouldn't. Phew, that was a close one.

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  • wwwamericana
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    Originally posted by JChere View Post
    "There are a few words in the poem that are not useful in finding the treasure Phil, but it is risky to discount any of them. You over simplify the clues. There are many places in the Rocky Mountains where warm waters halt, and nearly all of them are north of Santa Fe. Look at the big picture,
    there are no short cuts . f"

    I was reading the dictionary when I realized it is not a poem about everything
    Do I smell something here?

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  • JChere
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    "There are a few words in the poem that are not useful in finding the treasure Phil, but it is risky to discount any of them. You over simplify the clues. There are many places in the Rocky Mountains where warm waters halt, and nearly all of them are north of Santa Fe. Look at the big picture,
    there are no short cuts . f"

    I was reading the dictionary when I realized it is not a poem about everything

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  • Castellaw1685
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    Just some more musings of that year-
    Notable births-

    Passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote. The 19th amendment guarantees all American women the right to vote. Achieving this milestone required a lengthy and difficult struggle; victory took decades of agitation and protest.

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    Nice Teef!

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    ^King of the precipice

    Believe my favorite cat was born too..

    And deaths that year..
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    ... and Colonel Roosevelt.

    Well let's try and keep it on the sunny side.
    Hope y'all have a good day..

    t

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  • wwwamericana
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    "Memory is the treasure house of the mind wherein the monuments thereof are kept and preserved."

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    The mountains are calling and I must go.......

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  • Castellaw1685
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    If the poem (and Forrest, and the map) had a year in mind. Believe it might be 1919. Finding some parallels.. and I'd like to point out that yesterday was the 101st birthday of this slugger ~
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    That was a very busy year-

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    warm waters started to halt that year...

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    All kinds of Americana in there, huh what did I miss?
    Maybe I'm on the right trail... ? time might tell i suppose.

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