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    I'm trying to find out where and when the word "nook" was first used in a posting, writing, video, interview, etc. relating to the hunt for Forrest Fenn's treasure chest. Where can I find helpful info about
    this, other than the tarryscant website?

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    I am more than likely wrong , however I thought the first time was from Jacket Offer ? i think we need to get Zapster or RT in on this

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Fenndery View Post
      I am more than likely wrong , however I thought the first time was from Jacket Offer ? i think we need to get Zapster or RT in on this
      Notice you didn't miss the opportunity to get your 'hilarious' jibe in. good one.

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      • #4
        First time I remember hearing about it was from the first Medium article.

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        • #5
          What about creek? Oh I meant the origin of it.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cary_Galloway View Post
            First time I remember hearing about it was from the first Medium article.
            Same here... as a "minor english" I am used to go for the dictionary when reading longer text... I clearly remember that I had to look up the word nook because I had never heard it before...
            „It‘s almost impossible to carry the torch of truth through a crowd without singeing somebody‘s beard.“
            G. C. Lichtenberg

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            • #7
              Originally posted by DanNun View Post
              What about creek? Oh I meant the origin of it.
              "Creeky" is what someone's brain gets if not often used.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Fenndery View Post
                I am more than likely wrong , however I thought the first time was from Jacket Offer ? i think we need to get Zapster or RT in on this
                CHINOOK
                Finding Jessica

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Cowboyrocker View Post

                    Same here... as a "minor english" I am used to go for the dictionary when reading longer text... I clearly remember that I had to look up the word nook because I had never heard it before...
                    I'll third this, as hearing it first from Medium article. Old Pilot

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                      the Only reason why the bracelet is even in ttotc ,is so he could use this word

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Cary_Galloway View Post
                        First time I remember hearing about it was from the first Medium article.
                        Me too. However, I think a lot of us expected it to be in a nook based on the poem so it didn't seem like much of a revelation.

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                        • #13
                          I'm confused. Are we now thinking of "nook" in terms of a word that is key?
                          If I've been overlooking the nook-key for half a decade now
                          and it has been right under my nose this hole time ...
                          I don't even know what I'll say, especially considering Jack Stuff somehow beat me to it.

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                          • #14
                            Gotta love Fennspeak

                            A nook is a corner, cut out, angle, a V shape
                            V is the 22nd letter of the alphabet
                            V is 5 (five) in Roman numerals
                            V is for Victory
                            V is a peace sign using your first two fingers of your hand
                            V is for Vendetta
                            To be right for someone, you have to be willing to be wrong for someone else.

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                            • #15
                              Billy You might be going places of (possibly) no return.

                              Call it women's intuition if you want, but that kind of moon-key business might be best kept wrapped up under the tree.

                              Didn't you know? Those threes have ears too.

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