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  • #31
    Originally posted by DanNun View Post

    I’ll say IMO you have half of it.
    Which half?

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    • #32
      Originally posted by TheGoldHunter View Post
      By following the directions of the poem, I made the lines cross on Google Maps. I zoomed into where the lines crossed and found what looks like a pie.
      Did you privately investigate it any further?

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      • #33
        Yes it is, but which word is it and how is it applied? Hmm?
        And then there are words that confirms the blaze. Really?!? which ones and how many? Hmmm?
        Xo many questions. How in the world can anyone peace all this together? Hmmmm?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by DanNun View Post

          Did you privately investigate it any further?
          My son and I made one trip and we got turned back by snow and time. According to Google's measuring tool it is about 4 feet across. For my solution, my theory would be that it's made of tar (tarry). And, you could remove it but it wouldn't be feasible. And, does it face North, South, East, or West? I'd say it doesn't face any of those directions because it faces up
          It looks like a black pacman or a black pie with a piece missing. (It's not in Wyoming, tho) It's in the Lakes Plateau of Montana

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          • #35
            Originally posted by dejoka View Post
            Yes it is, but which word is it and how is it applied? Hmm?
            And then there are words that confirms the blaze. Really?!? which ones and how many? Hmmm?
            Xo many questions. How in the world can anyone peace all this together? Hmmmm?
            You must be a pacifist. I try to be but my temper fires me up all too often.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by dejoka View Post
              Yes it is, but which word is it and how is it applied? Hmm?
              And then there are words that confirms the blaze. Really?!? which ones and how many? Hmmm?
              Xo many questions. How in the world can anyone peace all this together? Hmmmm?
              IMO . . .

              A car is a single object (in a word). But I don't think my mechanic would agree.

              The blaze is confirmed by words earlier in the poem - and is of unique significance to the overall solution. You cannot bypass it. You cannot cut corners

              Although I believe the solution is straightforward - and could be written on a sticky note - there are way too many alternatives out there for it to be discovered without assistance. Seek help!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by TheGoldHunter View Post

                My son and I made one trip and we got turned back by snow and time. According to Google's measuring tool it is about 4 feet across. For my solution, my theory would be that it's made of tar (tarry). And, you could remove it but it wouldn't be feasible. And, does it face North, South, East, or West? I'd say it doesn't face any of those directions because it faces up
                It looks like a black pacman or a black pie with a piece missing. (It's not in Wyoming, tho) It's in the Lakes Plateau of Montana
                I’m sure the snow made it pretty slick, maybe it’s best you didn’t find it. Can you imagine it slipping through your butterfingers?

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by jan_v60 View Post

                  Which half?
                  Forest

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by voxpops View Post
                    IMO . . .

                    A car is a single object (in a word). But I don't think my mechanic would agree.

                    The blaze is confirmed by words earlier in the poem - and is of unique significance to the overall solution. You cannot bypass it. You cannot cut corners

                    Although I believe the solution is straightforward - and could be written on a sticky note - there are way too many alternatives out there for it to be discovered without assistance. Seek help!
                    I agree. It is most definitely confirmed by words in the poem. Although I am mostly confident in my blaze I do need help on how to get there! Help me

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by DanNun View Post

                      I’m sure the snow made it pretty slick, maybe it’s best you didn’t find it. Can you imagine it slipping through your butterfingers?
                      hehe I sort of feel like it did slip through my fingers.

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by DanNun View Post

                        I agree. It is most definitely confirmed by words in the poem. Although I am mostly confident in my blaze I do need help on how to get there! Help me
                        If it weren't for that lame horse, I'd head down the trail. However the ball and chains are too hard to cut through. Can someone send me a file? Please?

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Colorado Cowgirl View Post

                          If it weren't for that lame horse, I'd head down the trail. However the ball and chains are too hard to cut through. Can someone send me a file? Please?
                          I think I have the first part down, not getting the second...anything else? Lol

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by DanNun View Post

                            Did you privately investigate it any further?
                            Good one.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                              Good one.
                              Missing the key to unlock that door...

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                                Good one.

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