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  • #46
    When your T-shirt is soaked wet on your back, and if you have a backpack that's a given, take it off and put it on backwards.
    In my case, the sweaty spot doesn't come in contact with my ripped belly and it dries up quickly. Thus, I am able to extend my dry T-shirts' supply 100%

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    • #47
      If you wear your boots backwards, you’ll never get to where your going.
      What ever happened to Brian J ?
      Last edited by 1Trailblazer; 10-30-2018, 08:05 PM.

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      • #48
        Fenn whittles down all the sharp pencils....

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        • #49
          If my decomposing carcass helps nourish the roots of a juniper tree or the wings of a vulture—that is immortality enough for me. And as much as anyone deserves.
          Edward Abbey, Desert Solitaire

          Safety to a certain extent, nature can take away as much as it gives.
          If your in the right place at the right time.

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          • #50
            Dynamite for bears.... allways make sure you take someone slower than you when your out on the trails, and keep your shoe tied....
            My post self destruct without notice..

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            • #51
              If you can't retreive it in any weather, then it's not there.
              The Hero with an F in Good - has redeeming qualities that make part of him want to be a hero out of a desire to do good or the right thing. This character almost invariably has a checkered or mysterious past, or a bad reputation.

              Shiver my timbers, shiver my sails, DEAD! MEN! TELL! NO! TALES!

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              • #52
                Originally posted by BiggishShoes View Post
                If you can't retreive it in any weather, then it's not there.
                In other words , If you know precisely where it is you can probably retrieve it in any weather. That’s what Forrest said right?

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by Misunderstood View Post

                  In other words , If you know precisely where it is you can probably retrieve it in any weather. That’s what Forrest said right?
                  yep, HUGE if true.
                  The Hero with an F in Good - has redeeming qualities that make part of him want to be a hero out of a desire to do good or the right thing. This character almost invariably has a checkered or mysterious past, or a bad reputation.

                  Shiver my timbers, shiver my sails, DEAD! MEN! TELL! NO! TALES!

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                  • #54
                    Yes, but why gamble you know for sure. After all for some its a long expensive trip and delays can add up. Any way what's the rush for a chaser? Not likely folk are out with their shovels beating to the punch. And frankly, if that is so then why haven't they already? The snow will be gone in a month or so and if you have a good solve then go. Good luck to you all

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                    • #55
                      Remaining Anonymous vs. Going Public - How do you protect yourself and your family from lawsuit, privacy invasion, hostile threats to home, etc. There are many factors involved. Many people you will need to contact regarding the contents of the chest (accountant, lawyer, appraiser, museum curators, financial advisers, etc). Can you honestly trust everyone you know, including family and friends from leaking that you found the chest? Alcohol and friendly social situations will make you the most vulnerable. Word will spread fast once people know you found the chest.

                      Preparations I have thought of to prepare for most situations for either going public or trying to remain anonymous.
                      1. Install security cameras around the home.
                      2. Install additional outdoor lighting around the home.
                      3. Purchase fire arms.
                      4. Purchase a dog.
                      5. Re-enforce doors for strength.
                      6. Purchase windows with stronger security features.
                      7. Update or upgrade vehicle for security (bullet proof windows, run flat tires, etc)
                      8. Become aware of your routines.
                      9. Alert neighbors and neighborhood.
                      10. Self-defense classes and fire arms training.
                      11. Mace
                      12. Expandable baton.
                      13. Purchase Indemnity Insurance.
                      14. Increase home insurance.
                      15. Increase auto insurance.
                      16. Create an LLC for all family assets.
                      17. Create a Trust to put the chest and contents into.
                      18. Store chest off premise in a high security bank vault.
                      19. Hire a financial adviser.
                      20. Hire an accountant.
                      21. Hire a PR firm.
                      22. Work out arrangement with local police to patrol the neighborhood.
                      23. Build a safe-room in your home.
                      24. Hire a family therapist, counselor, life-coach to help with stress from fame.
                      25. Alert children's schools to your situation.
                      26. Purchase a taser.
                      27. Hire body guard.
                      28. Purchase art collector insurance.
                      29. Increase your home owners insurance.
                      30. Increase your auto insurance.
                      31. Am I missing anything???

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