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    There are a number of posts on THOR and Reddit suggesting that the twig left on the contents of the chest are from a Willow tree. I am not sure as to where that first started, but it was declared to be such by Barbara Andersen, in at least one court filing. The reference and excerpt are below:

    "Moreover, there are allegations that some of the photographs contain images that are significant to Andersen’s solve: i.e. the willow branch,
    the allegation of images being photo-shopped (an elephant, Mount Rushmore3, a strange website depiction of the chest (which Andersen will explain to this Court in camera if allowed)), and the reference to “a canopy of stars”."


    source: Case 1:20-cv JFR Document 12 Filed 07/10/20 Page 1 of 7 - PDF Free Download (docplayer.net)

    Willow Park Reservoir is shown below, which sits along South Piney Creek (what I believe to be "your creek" in the poem).

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  • #2
    will owe?
    why wood f owe me anything?
    Tread safely please. I have enjoyed you. f

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    • #3
      Originally posted by abravefable View Post
      will owe?
      why wood f owe me anything?
      cuz he has alone to pay

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post
        There are a number of posts on THOR and Reddit suggesting that the twig left on the contents of the chest are from a Willow tree. I am not sure as to where that first started, but it was declared to be such by Barbara Andersen, in at least one court filing. The reference and excerpt are below:

        "Moreover, there are allegations that some of the photographs contain images that are significant to Andersen’s solve: i.e. the willow branch,
        the allegation of images being photo-shopped (an elephant, Mount Rushmore3, a strange website depiction of the chest (which Andersen will explain to this Court in camera if allowed)), and the reference to “a canopy of stars”."


        source: Case 1:20-cv JFR Document 12 Filed 07/10/20 Page 1 of 7 - PDF Free Download (docplayer.net)

        Willow Park Reservoir is shown below, which sits along South Piney Creek (what I believe to be "your creek" in the poem).

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        Not4but242Walk I would be interested to see where the word Willow comes from to give you that idea?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by starwheel View Post

          Not4but242Walk I would be interested to see where the word Willow comes from to give you that idea?
          There are only two creeks which straddle Bomber Mountain and Cloud Peak (Heavy loads and water high in my solve). Paint Rock Creek to the west, which you can paddle-up. And South Piney Creek to the east, which you cannot.

          Why you cannot can be found here:

          https://www.hintofriches.com/forum/t...ewis-and-clark

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          • #6
            Any thoughts on a slither of a image on the top left quadrant edge that Oh found on the chest picture above. Possibilities.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

              cuz he has alone to pay
              I let him know that we were good.

              on a-side note
              Barbara used to hang out here on another thread in the off-topic section. She used to go on and on about some of the things she found underneath an old willowtree. Those were better days, imo.
              Tread safely please. I have enjoyed you. f

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Wally View Post
                Any thoughts on a slither of a image on the top left quadrant edge that Oh found on the chest picture above. Possibilities.
                Probably a cell screen-capture that was not cropped to the pic's edge.

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                • #9
                  Twig is already figured out by seacher124351234651246

                  and of course it leads to da bears. I mean The Madison.

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                    • #11
                      Sorry, this stick does not match the one in Forrrest's picture of the chest.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Not4but242Walk View Post
                        There are a number of posts on THOR and Reddit suggesting that the twig left on the contents of the chest are from a Willow tree. I am not sure as to where that first started, but it was declared to be such by Barbara Andersen, in at least one court filing. The reference and excerpt are below:

                        "Moreover, there are allegations that some of the photographs contain images that are significant to Andersen’s solve: i.e. the willow branch,
                        the allegation of images being photo-shopped (an elephant, Mount Rushmore3, a strange website depiction of the chest (which Andersen will explain to this Court in camera if allowed)), and the reference to “a canopy of stars”."


                        source: Case 1:20-cv JFR Document 12 Filed 07/10/20 Page 1 of 7 - PDF Free Download (docplayer.net)

                        Willow Park Reservoir is shown below, which sits along South Piney Creek (what I believe to be "your creek" in the poem).

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                        In my opinion, willow was NOT the key. Please take care and be well, and don't vote for socialism or socialists.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Old Pilot View Post

                          In my opinion, willow was NOT the key. Please take care and be well, and don't vote for socialism or socialists.

                          How do you like the idea of the Cottonwood being the key Mr OP

                          That Cottonwood bough [stick} did not fall into that chest as we know.

                          Under a canopy of stars = under a canopy of leafy {cottonwood} boughs being the key.

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