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    I have gone alone and with my Father in there.
    Treasures as taken the place of someone else
    and going not alone. Bold. Memories and a Teacher.
    rich's new and old. Family memories.
    In an isolated area only a few go there each year.
    Where I see mountains and animals and ect.
    If the Firehole was his alone and his shadow crosses
    the Madison but fisherman go to these places and cross the Madison
    and Firehole. It maybe catch and release but would not be isolated
    in that sense. And if you are not at the bank then you only see the
    trees around you. You are up and looking out from an advantage.
    It is a place only few people go by every year and only pass by the area
    Plenty of mountains and sage brush as fields and valleys
    with views to see the animals and no one would normally go there.
    Secrets kept because there is no interest to go to this location only
    passing by. seems to me the Madison, Firehole and Sluth creek are
    not where he is talking about. the people that were close were not
    searchers and some had their kids with them. not Dal or Gadi.
    The book for the treasure hunters and the poem for the kids.
    I think stanza one says him and his father explored the place.

    Some family intervention would have been very normal but Forrest
    being Forrest making jokes about it. Like when your gone we have no
    answers for thousands of people ,we can not take over the chase for
    you. we do not have the answers for them and the media too.
    They will probably just tell them it was a hoax. was Forrest joking about
    it.
    Seems there was a purpose to this. What YNP meant to him. And was Jack
    even anywhere near the Location or Not...
    Anyways I think stanza one says with someone else.
    I think his Father.



  • #2
    A description of the hidey spot.

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    • #3
      Wilderness.

      As I have gone alone in there (Solitude)

      And with my treasures bold (A place you can die)

      I can keep my secret where

      And hint of riches new and old (chest/pristine nature)

      https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...ording-to-usda

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      • #4
        As I have gone alone in there- the mountain, literally
        and with my treasures bold-either his chest in hand
        i Can keep my secret where- inside the mountain
        and hint of riches new and old. (New and old movies-fish for the stars my friends! Lol)
        Last edited by Imeverybodynow; 07-19-2021, 06:19 PM.

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        • #5
          Omega 1 and Omega 2, both described by stanza 1... imo
          „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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          • #6
            Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post
            And with my treasures bold (A place you can die)
            I like alone = solitude = wilderness = Cloud Peak, but how how do you get treasures bold = place to die? Maybe alone = solitude = wilderness = place to die = “treasure is here because I said I left it where I wanted to die.“ Just missing the connection between treasures bold and dying. Thanks!

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            • #7
              Alone = 1 or 'all one' . If you look at the northern approach landing spot for West YS Airport (runway 19), the longitude reads all ones 111.11111 . Just a wild thought....

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              • #8
                Originally posted by WhiteOak141 View Post

                I like alone = solitude = wilderness = Cloud Peak, but how how do you get treasures bold = place to die? Maybe alone = solitude = wilderness = place to die = “treasure is here because I said I left it where I wanted to die.“ Just missing the connection between treasures bold and dying. Thanks!
                Bold = Brave

                A small patch of protected forest would not be a wilderness. If there are bears, rock cliffs, or other dangers etc. then it can be considered a wilderness, since there's a chance you could die.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post

                  Bold = Brave

                  A small patch of protected forest would not be a wilderness. If there are bears, rock cliffs, or other dangers etc. then it can be considered a wilderness, since there's a chance you could die.
                  I follow your logic of bold meaning brave in isolated fashion, but not based on its placement in the poem. Does bold describe how he went (in which case it would be “boldly,” but F might not have cared about that)? the place? or the treasure? Sounds like you don’t think it’s the treasure and think it’s the place, but the sentence structure and use of “and” suggest that bold isn’t describing the “there.” If you substitute “blue” (or any other adjective) for “bold,” I don’t know that anyone could glean that the “there” is blue.

                  You know that I believe your solve is the correct one, and I believe that the first stanza hints at wilderness, but I don’t know that bold is needed to get you there.

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                  • #10
                    Very simple and straightforward interpretation:

                    because I went alone I can keep my secret. The treasure is bold or exposed/not buried. So by doing these two things I can now provide hints/clues that will take you to the chest, see next stanza.

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                    • #11
                      My take on stanza one:

                      As I have gone alone in there — since I’ve gone in there alone
                      And with my treasures bold — emphasis on MY treasures
                      I can keep my secret where — where can I bury MY secret.
                      And hint of riches new and old — and leave new and old hints of treasure

                      The one thing he said he regretted putting in the chest was the silver bracelet (his treasure). If we want to find the gold, we need to look for silver.

                      Forrest wrote a book about the secrets of San Lazaro. He spent years excavating that site and digging up those secrets. IMO, the use of the word “secret,” is telling us it was buried.

                      I believe ff made the fake blaze using new and old treasure symbols, but not as a deterrent or misdirection, but rather as hints to the precise location where he buried the bronze beauty.

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