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    Like a lot of you, I believe I have solved the poem. It's easy to draw out, but I have a mountain of stuff to elaborate on. In my opinion, The Thrill Of The Chase alternates between one side of the river and the other. I'm short on time at the moment, so I will start laying it out with First Grade and No Place For Biddies. I previously posted Marvin Fenn Mountain on here, which explains half of the solve. It should've been Mr. Fenn mountain and I left out the fake chest part on purpose. Jack hasn't and can't sell the chest because effort worth the cold means effort worth the copper/gold. I will get to that part eventually, but for right now, I invite you to indulge me and keep an open mind.

    First Grade=Mr. Fenn mountain
    No Place For Biddies=Echo Park
    ​​​​​​If anyone has any questions, I invite them and will reply as I am available.

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    So Fenn lied about Wyoming? But told the truth about the hiding a chest in the Rockies? How did you solve the problem of knowing when he was lying?

    Answer those three questions in a way that makes sense and I might read further. But I doubt you can.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by elbert_ainstein View Post
      So Fenn lied about Wyoming? But told the truth about the hiding a chest in the Rockies? How did you solve the problem of knowing when he was lying?

      Answer those three questions in a way that makes sense and I might read further. But I doubt you can.
      He never lied about anything, he was misunderstood. Like it or not, we’re lucky Jack came along to help straighten everything out. One can only imagine where we may have ended up without an Oja ending.
      Last edited by Strawshadow; 10-25-2021, 12:59 PM.

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      • #4
        I never said that he lied about Wyoming, there's plenty of mountains and valleys.

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        • #5
          DanNun , physics tells us that....I just needed to show the big picture.

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          • #6
            Its a taxing trip, for sure.

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            • #7
              Which word? DanNun

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              • #8
                Physics is the study of matter and energy. Kinda the study of everything if you get down to it. I should have probably said geophysics since we are talking about the distance between two points on Earth. I agree with you that the distance from WWWH is relative to HOB. The distance from HOB in the same way is relative to WWWH. That was your original reply, correct?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by JustFred View Post
                  I never said that he lied about Wyoming, there's plenty of mountains and valleys.
                  Yeah I figured you would have some lame response like that.

                  Perhaps today’s announcement will bring some closure to those whose solves were in New Mexico, Colorado, or Montana.
                  To all of those who did not find the treasure, we hope that you got some enjoyment from the chase. f

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                  • #10
                    7 nautical miles

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                    • #11
                      About 1/4 of a mile

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JustFred View Post
                        Like a lot of you, I believe I have solved the poem. It's easy to draw out, but I have a mountain of stuff to elaborate on. In my opinion, The Thrill Of The Chase alternates between one side of the river and the other. I'm short on time at the moment, so I will start laying it out with First Grade and No Place For Biddies. I previously posted Marvin Fenn Mountain on here, which explains half of the solve. It should've been Mr. Fenn mountain and I left out the fake chest part on purpose. Jack hasn't and can't sell the chest because effort worth the cold means effort worth the copper/gold. I will get to that part eventually, but for right now, I invite you to indulge me and keep an open mind.

                        First Grade=Mr. Fenn mountain
                        No Place For Biddies=Echo Park
                        ​​​​​​If anyone has any questions, I invite them and will reply as I am available.
                        What do you plan to say about the "Distance from WWWH to HOB"?

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                        • #13
                          Old Pilot looking at a map, it looks like there's places to start rafting the Yampa before Deerpark Lodge Campground, but there's not. HOB was hidden by its distance.

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                          • #14
                            Jump-Starting The Learning Curve=this chapter slides down the different color rock from MF mountain to Deerpark Lodge Campground. It also tells us that a car is no longer needed at this point.

                            Bessie and Me is a warning about boxing in the poem while ignoring the nagging feeling that something isn't right, for example, using Browns Animal Refuge as HOB, it never quite feels right, but it has the word Brown in it, so....fresh cow patty it is.

                            These chapters also tell us where we are in relation to the treasure. We leave class early in Jumpstart and we are late in Bessie and me.

                            Tomorrow morning, I will go over Important literature and how we get to Warm Springs Cliff from Outlaw Trail and Catcher In The Rye as well as the next two chapters.

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                            • #15
                              It sounds like the distance between WWWH & HOB is quite short.

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