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    I believe Forrest when he said he made two trips from his car. I believe the second trip was in the spiritual realm.



    As I have gone alone in there
    And with my treasures bold,
    I can keep my secret where,
    And hint of riches new and old.


    When I look at this first stanza I am reading it from Forrest's point of view. He would be alone and the chest that had gotten so much publicity would still be in his possession. He would continue to keep it unseen or unknown while giving clues to the solution.

    ​​​Begin it where warm waters halt
    And take it in the canyon down,
    Not far but too far to walk.
    Put in below the home of Brown.


    Start at the point when emotional tears stop
    take (to endure or tolerate) in the canyon (abyss), down (sadness)
    It's near but you can't walk there.
    put (tuck in) below(located out of sight), home (of the private aspects of a person's life, innermost)
    Brown (emotions) made with blue, red and yellow

    From there it's no place for the meek,
    The end is ever drawing nigh;
    There'll be no paddle up your creek,
    Just heavy load and water high.


    meek (weak in character, lacking determination or willpower)
    Our lives are getting ever closer to our death
    there'll be no paddle ( punishment) in your course (creek)
    just a mentally oppressive test and water high (squirt of elation)


    If you've been wise and found the blaze,
    Look quickly down your quest to cease,
    But tarry scant with marvel gaze,
    Just take the chest and go in peace.


    Like the 3 wise men, if you have found Christ, the light of the world
    Literally look down and your own heart and soul, there's your Treasure.
    Delay little with the shiny trinkets,
    Take your soul and go in (utmost bliss and happiness)

    So why is it that I must go
    And leave my trove for all to seek?
    The answers I already know,
    I've done it tired, and now I'm weak.


    I believe this stanza is from Forrest's point of view...
    He is using this Treasure Hunt for much more than the bronze box, he is tired (advanced in years) and has been whispering (about his faith)

    So hear me all and listen good,
    Your effort will be worth the cold.
    If you are brave and in the wood
    I give you title to the gold.


    Tell what you know about the TRUTH of Jesus Christ
    Your presentation will be worth the rejection
    If you are strong in the face of adversity and on fire (For Christ)
    You have (the award) of the True Treasure.


    I might have been a little off here and there, but I KNOW how this ride ends. No, not the Forrest Fenn Chase Ending, but the one that really counts in the end.

    God Bless every one of you.
    Colorado Cowgirl

  • #2
    Originally posted by Colorado Cowgirl View Post
    I believe Forrest when he said he made two trips from his car. I believe the second trip was in the spiritual realm.



    As I have gone alone in there
    And with my treasures bold,
    I can keep my secret where,
    And hint of riches new and old.


    When I look at this first stanza I am reading it from Forrest's point of view. He would be alone and the chest that had gotten so much publicity would still be in his possession. He would continue to keep it unseen or unknown while giving clues to the solution.

    ​​​Begin it where warm waters halt
    And take it in the canyon down,
    Not far but too far to walk.
    Put in below the home of Brown.


    Start at the point when emotional tears stop
    take (to endure or tolerate) in the canyon (abyss), down (sadness)
    It's near but you can't walk there.
    put (tuck in) below(located out of sight), home (of the private aspects of a person's life, innermost)
    Brown (emotions) made with blue, red and yellow

    From there it's no place for the meek,
    The end is ever drawing nigh;
    There'll be no paddle up your creek,
    Just heavy load and water high.


    meek (weak in character, lacking determination or willpower)
    Our lives are getting ever closer to our death
    there'll be no paddle ( punishment) in your course (creek)
    just a mentally oppressive test and water high (squirt of elation)


    If you've been wise and found the blaze,
    Look quickly down your quest to cease,
    But tarry scant with marvel gaze,
    Just take the chest and go in peace.


    Like the 3 wise men, if you have found Christ, the light of the world
    Literally look down and your own heart and soul, there's your Treasure.
    Delay little with the shiny trinkets,
    Take your soul and go in (utmost bliss and happiness)

    So why is it that I must go
    And leave my trove for all to seek?
    The answers I already know,
    I've done it tired, and now I'm weak.


    I believe this stanza is from Forrest's point of view...
    He is using this Treasure Hunt for much more than the bronze box, he is tired (advanced in years) and has been whispering (about his faith)

    So hear me all and listen good,
    Your effort will be worth the cold.
    If you are brave and in the wood
    I give you title to the gold.


    Tell what you know about the TRUTH of Jesus Christ
    Your presentation will be worth the rejection
    If you are strong in the face of adversity and on fire (For Christ)
    You have (the award) of the True Treasure.


    I might have been a little off here and there, but I KNOW how this ride ends. No, not the Forrest Fenn Chase Ending, but the one that really counts in the end.

    God Bless every one of you.
    Colorado Cowgirl
    "I'm not religious, I'm spiritual." -F (not exact quote)

    if Mr. Fenn was worried about the Truth of Jesus Christ then he wouldn't have carpet bombed hundreds of people in Laos.. after all he was "The hand of God." Itself. Which is a military term for a jet that just dropped a payload. He was god, in those moments, he decided who lived and who died to a degree.
    Ω╰⋃╯Ω

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Colorado Cowgirl View Post
      I believe Forrest when he said he made two trips from his car. I believe the second trip was in the spiritual realm.



      As I have gone alone in there
      And with my treasures bold,
      I can keep my secret where,
      And hint of riches new and old.


      When I look at this first stanza I am reading it from Forrest's point of view. He would be alone and the chest that had gotten so much publicity would still be in his possession. He would continue to keep it unseen or unknown while giving clues to the solution.

      ​​​Begin it where warm waters halt
      And take it in the canyon down,
      Not far but too far to walk.
      Put in below the home of Brown.


      Start at the point when emotional tears stop
      take (to endure or tolerate) in the canyon (abyss), down (sadness)
      It's near but you can't walk there.
      put (tuck in) below(located out of sight), home (of the private aspects of a person's life, innermost)
      Brown (emotions) made with blue, red and yellow

      From there it's no place for the meek,
      The end is ever drawing nigh;
      There'll be no paddle up your creek,
      Just heavy load and water high.


      meek (weak in character, lacking determination or willpower)
      Our lives are getting ever closer to our death
      there'll be no paddle ( punishment) in your course (creek)
      just a mentally oppressive test and water high (squirt of elation)


      If you've been wise and found the blaze,
      Look quickly down your quest to cease,
      But tarry scant with marvel gaze,
      Just take the chest and go in peace.


      Like the 3 wise men, if you have found Christ, the light of the world
      Literally look down and your own heart and soul, there's your Treasure.
      Delay little with the shiny trinkets,
      Take your soul and go in (utmost bliss and happiness)

      So why is it that I must go
      And leave my trove for all to seek?
      The answers I already know,
      I've done it tired, and now I'm weak.


      I believe this stanza is from Forrest's point of view...
      He is using this Treasure Hunt for much more than the bronze box, he is tired (advanced in years) and has been whispering (about his faith)

      So hear me all and listen good,
      Your effort will be worth the cold.
      If you are brave and in the wood
      I give you title to the gold.


      Tell what you know about the TRUTH of Jesus Christ
      Your presentation will be worth the rejection
      If you are strong in the face of adversity and on fire (For Christ)
      You have (the award) of the True Treasure.


      I might have been a little off here and there, but I KNOW how this ride ends. No, not the Forrest Fenn Chase Ending, but the one that really counts in the end.

      God Bless every one of you.
      Colorado Cowgirl
      I like it! Very Good A+
      1f Billy
      PS Though you may not understand why, many of your thoughts are correct.
      Last edited by Sherif Billy; 07-30-2022, 12:16 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Old Pilot
        It's apparent you've been taken for a ride. I hope things do improve for you.
        Now that's the Old Pilot I once knew! I'm glad you're back. Got anything for me?
        1f Billy

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Sherif Billy View Post

          Now that's the Old Pilot I once knew! I'm glad you're back. Got anything for me?
          1f Billy
          Are you asking for an ice-cream or some lollies?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Colorado Cowgirl View Post
            I believe Forrest when he said he made two trips from his car. I believe the second trip was in the spiritual realm.



            As I have gone alone in there
            And with my treasures bold,
            I can keep my secret where,
            And hint of riches new and old.


            When I look at this first stanza I am reading it from Forrest's point of view. He would be alone and the chest that had gotten so much publicity would still be in his possession. He would continue to keep it unseen or unknown while giving clues to the solution.

            ​​​Begin it where warm waters halt
            And take it in the canyon down,
            Not far but too far to walk.
            Put in below the home of Brown.


            Start at the point when emotional tears stop
            take (to endure or tolerate) in the canyon (abyss), down (sadness)
            It's near but you can't walk there.
            put (tuck in) below(located out of sight), home (of the private aspects of a person's life, innermost)
            Brown (emotions) made with blue, red and yellow

            From there it's no place for the meek,
            The end is ever drawing nigh;
            There'll be no paddle up your creek,
            Just heavy load and water high.


            meek (weak in character, lacking determination or willpower)
            Our lives are getting ever closer to our death
            there'll be no paddle ( punishment) in your course (creek)
            just a mentally oppressive test and water high (squirt of elation)


            If you've been wise and found the blaze,
            Look quickly down your quest to cease,
            But tarry scant with marvel gaze,
            Just take the chest and go in peace.


            Like the 3 wise men, if you have found Christ, the light of the world
            Literally look down and your own heart and soul, there's your Treasure.
            Delay little with the shiny trinkets,
            Take your soul and go in (utmost bliss and happiness)

            So why is it that I must go
            And leave my trove for all to seek?
            The answers I already know,
            I've done it tired, and now I'm weak.


            I believe this stanza is from Forrest's point of view...
            He is using this Treasure Hunt for much more than the bronze box, he is tired (advanced in years) and has been whispering (about his faith)

            So hear me all and listen good,
            Your effort will be worth the cold.
            If you are brave and in the wood
            I give you title to the gold.


            Tell what you know about the TRUTH of Jesus Christ
            Your presentation will be worth the rejection
            If you are strong in the face of adversity and on fire (For Christ)
            You have (the award) of the True Treasure.


            I might have been a little off here and there, but I KNOW how this ride ends. No, not the Forrest Fenn Chase Ending, but the one that really counts in the end.

            God Bless every one of you.
            Colorado Cowgirl
            Absolutely the most accurate post ever written on this blog

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            • #7
              Originally posted by jan_v60 View Post

              Are you asking for an ice-cream or some lollies?
              Come on OP. Don’t you have an insult for me? I’ll settle for just belittling a post or two of mine if you can’t think of a cleaver insult!
              1f Billy

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Colorado Cowgirl View Post
                I believe Forrest when he said he made two trips from his car. I believe the second trip was in the spiritual realm.



                As I have gone alone in there
                And with my treasures bold,
                I can keep my secret where,
                And hint of riches new and old.


                When I look at this first stanza I am reading it from Forrest's point of view. He would be alone and the chest that had gotten so much publicity would still be in his possession. He would continue to keep it unseen or unknown while giving clues to the solution.

                ​​​Begin it where warm waters halt
                And take it in the canyon down,
                Not far but too far to walk.
                Put in below the home of Brown.


                Start at the point when emotional tears stop
                take (to endure or tolerate) in the canyon (abyss), down (sadness)
                It's near but you can't walk there.
                put (tuck in) below(located out of sight), home (of the private aspects of a person's life, innermost)
                Brown (emotions) made with blue, red and yellow

                From there it's no place for the meek,
                The end is ever drawing nigh;
                There'll be no paddle up your creek,
                Just heavy load and water high.


                meek (weak in character, lacking determination or willpower)
                Our lives are getting ever closer to our death
                there'll be no paddle ( punishment) in your course (creek)
                just a mentally oppressive test and water high (squirt of elation)


                If you've been wise and found the blaze,
                Look quickly down your quest to cease,
                But tarry scant with marvel gaze,
                Just take the chest and go in peace.


                Like the 3 wise men, if you have found Christ, the light of the world
                Literally look down and your own heart and soul, there's your Treasure.
                Delay little with the shiny trinkets,
                Take your soul and go in (utmost bliss and happiness)

                So why is it that I must go
                And leave my trove for all to seek?
                The answers I already know,
                I've done it tired, and now I'm weak.


                I believe this stanza is from Forrest's point of view...
                He is using this Treasure Hunt for much more than the bronze box, he is tired (advanced in years) and has been whispering (about his faith)

                So hear me all and listen good,
                Your effort will be worth the cold.
                If you are brave and in the wood
                I give you title to the gold.


                Tell what you know about the TRUTH of Jesus Christ
                Your presentation will be worth the rejection
                If you are strong in the face of adversity and on fire (For Christ)
                You have (the award) of the True Treasure.


                I might have been a little off here and there, but I KNOW how this ride ends. No, not the Forrest Fenn Chase Ending, but the one that really counts in the end.

                God Bless every one of you.
                Colorado Cowgirl
                I like your take. I’ll give my theory with some evidence to support it. It’s kind of out there but logically makes sense. Forrest said he took 2 trips. One with the chest and the second with the gold. Okay well he hid a “treasure” first then wrote the poem. So we know that’s one trip. The box of gold was still in his vault. So he took a “chest” by definition/ “treasure” by definition on his first trip. Only thing that makes sense is like a chest of a sculpture or a whole other chest that’s not indulgence. And then he said the box of gold left his vault in 2009-2010 so now we have his second trip. But he wrote the poem to line up to the treasure he hid out there before writing the poem. I think his second trip was with the box of gold and I don’t think it was to the same location. I think Forrest was very ambigous and made a slip up with the face that he hid the “treasure “ first before writing the poem. So based upon Forrest fenns comment he still makes 2 trips but the first trip was not the box of gold. I know it’s quite confusing but a timeline can be put together to prove what I’m saying. He never corrected this either? In fact he said it 3 times. So we know he meant it and we know it’s ambigous based upon his 2 trips statement and the timeline that puts a “treasure” in the Rockies before the box of gold left his vault. This was his hole card. The way he could assure that no one would stumble across it. And if they did they wouldn’t know what it meant.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Willy'sNorthWesternPeaNut View Post

                  "I'm not religious, I'm spiritual." -F (not exact quote)

                  if Mr. Fenn was worried about the Truth of Jesus Christ then he wouldn't have carpet bombed hundreds of people in Laos.. after all he was "The hand of God." Itself. Which is a military term for a jet that just dropped a payload. He was god, in those moments, he decided who lived and who died to a degree.
                  Some people don't "get born-again" until they have reached a really, really low part of their life . . . and believe that only Jesus can save them.

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                  • #10
                    You have to learn how to walk in order to run.

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