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  • I'm having a few arbitrary thots right now.....
    But I will keep them to myself.
    Let's get back to solving the poem and finding the treasure.

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    • Originally posted by Henry’s Spork View Post

      Please explain.
      Forrest hid the treasure chest in Wyoming, but not the state of Wyoming.

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      • Originally posted by Chester Retriever
        I signed this one a little loud
        Is that a girl's bike?

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        • Peanut & Sons
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          • Originally posted by Chester Retriever
            Dood Bath Time
            I just lol
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            • Originally posted by Chester Retriever
              Reproduction Dood
              U gave me an idea
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                    • Originally posted by DanNun
                      2 Beans

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                      • Halloween, is that you? Someone left there fly dood open and is playing a trick or treat.

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                        • Do you retrieve ducks two?

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                          • Originally posted by Space Hopper View Post

                            Forrest hid the treasure chest in Wyoming, but not the state of Wyoming.
                            This idea is believed, and has been for years. Thank you for reminding us.

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                            • Originally posted by Henry’s Spork View Post

                              Please explain.
                              There's a craton called Wyoming Craton. It's a large slab of the earth's crust, and is much larger than the State of Wyoming. The Wyoming Craton includes some of the State of Montana, the State of Idaho, and possibly other State(s) as well. This is easy to research. I hope I have helped explain this clearly to you. Please remember that Forrest didn't say that the chest was hidden in the State of Wyoming. And for that matter, he didn't make a flat statement saying that the chest was hidden in/on the Wyoming Craton. His statement was something like "we agreed to disclose that . . ."
                              So he was being extra-careful and vague all at once. He was an expert at this. Some serious searchers never believed that the TC was hidden -- for years -- in the State of Wyoming. Fenn wanted to divert attention away from the real hidey spot by convincing most of the searchers for it . . . that the hidey spot was in the State of Wyoming. It took some cleverness to mislead folks this way without actually telling any lies, but Forrest may have achieved this. I suggest you go back to the poem. The blogs are for entertainment . . . not for functional/actual help in solving the poem correctly. Good luck.
                              Last edited by Old Pilot; 11-06-2022, 10:51 PM.

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                              • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
                                I'm having a few arbitrary thots right now.....
                                But I will keep them to myself.
                                Let's get back to solving the poem and finding the treasure.
                                No thot should be totally arbitrary; that would be disrespectful. Each should be carefully chosen and treated with respect . . . remember the golden rule?

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