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  • #16
    I suppose that one way the blaze would be "damaged" is if it's role as the blaze has been reduced in value or usefulness.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Force Majeure View Post
      I think the broken blaze is a misconstruction.
      If it's the one I'm thinking about, I attempted to put it back together best I could.

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      • #18
        'Heavy Loads' + 'It' = 'Damaged Blaze'

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        • #19
          Originally posted by MoonScavenger View Post
          Bold question for you Old Pilot.

          When going to this area of yours, do you park north and walk to the steep hill by trail loosely SE; or park south and walk north to search area by much longer walk on much more gentle slope?

          Any insight you might care to offer will be appreciated.
          I dunno. That's a tough question to answer correctly. But I think a fair/honest answer might be "Neither" or "No". I am willing to state that in hiking from my parking spot to my favorite choice of small searching locations, there is not a long walk (i.e., more than a mile) in a northerly direction. If you are still trying to solve the poem,
          I suggest that you confirm that you have used a dictionary to look up "halt", "craton", and "down".

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          • #20
            Opinion?

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            • #21
              There is no such thing as a damaged blaze.
              Forrest knew better than to use anything vulnerable to vandalism.
              900 years was his estimate. Meaning hard things----like big rocks.
              You need to get off the MSD train.
              Begin it in the home of Brown where warm waters halt.

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              • #22
                The blaze has been "damaged" ever since it has been there.
                "Is the blaze one single object?"
                "In a word, yes."
                (Taken as a whole, yes.)
                Finding Jessica

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post
                  The blaze has been "damaged" ever since it has been there.
                  "Is the blaze one single object?"
                  "In a word, yes."
                  (Taken as a whole, yes.)
                  Ya can't damage a two-ton granite boulder. And it's been in its place for a thousand years.
                  Why isn't this sinking in? Granite Block Syndrome?
                  Begin it in the home of Brown where warm waters halt.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by larsonist View Post

                    Ya can't damage a two-ton granite boulder. And it's been in its place for a thousand years.
                    Why isn't this sinking in? Granite Block Syndrome?
                    Who says it is a two-ton granite boulder ?
                    Oh, you did. Therefore, it must be correct.
                    Your unproven opinion is worth no more than mine or anyone else's.
                    Why isn't this sinking in? Smartass know-it-all Syndrome?
                    Finding Jessica

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by ROLL TIDE View Post

                      Who says it is a two-ton granite boulder ?
                      Oh, you did. Therefore, it must be correct.
                      Your unproven opinion is worth no more than mine or anyone else's.
                      Why isn't this sinking in? Smartass know-it-all Syndrome?
                      You could just admit you're out of your league and jealous. That's what a nice person would do.
                      Begin it in the home of Brown where warm waters halt.

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                      • #26
                        IMHO With the coordinates been exactly to the T and in fact real of the hidey spot, somebody else might find the following: bones and skull, loran marker, eagle's nest, and perhaps the final blaze if not damaged(?) behind a tree next to the tree line. Who knows when this will come true.

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by larsonist View Post

                          You could just admit you're out of your league and jealous. That's what a nice person would do.
                          I admit I'm out of my league and jealous. And I'm trying to be nice (or at least simulate a nice person). Are those long tons or metric tons?

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