X Marks The Spot

Have I found the solution everyone hopes for?

I sure hope so. I’ve worked my solve from every angle I can think of and I could not seem to get a pinpointed location. I know I’m right were im supposed to be but what was I missing. You see, I’ve had many spots to check in my search area but nothing really saying “This Is The Spot”.

In order for Forrest to lead a searcher to find his treasure, it has to be exact to a spot and not a general area. There will be no guessing where to look! I know I’m at the right place there’s no doubt about it. I just had to figure out how you take the guessing out of the hunt and now I see how it works just like an old school treasure map. I was missing some very important instructions. My solve has been full of, stand here, face this direction, count this many, well you get the point. I just had to figure out the endding and it works the exact same way.

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Once Upon A while

 

Douglas Preston’s Foreword to Forrest Fenn’s NEW Book: Once Upon a While

There is some good stuff is this Foreward!
Just thought i would make a couple of post about
some of the things that catch my attn.
 

Where Where Where

I do believe Forrest said it gets easier but finding the end is proving to be more difficult than finding the start. I know it’s just understanding what he visualizes when reading the poem but figuring it all out is nerve wrecking. Lol.

Haven’t made this 105 trip yet because I’m trying to plan everything I need to examine. I have been setting my long term plan into motion though. I will reveal it at a later time but for now I am focused on how ff reveals the way to pinpoint the chest.

I know the end is near by and I feel I’m walking right past it. What I’m doing is making a list of every idea I have to try from the point I’ve already reached. This is my final step and I would put one foot down and step on it to get to the next step, if I can figure out where. Lol..

Good luck everyone

I know I haven’t post much lately but something tells me shhhhhh.

 

Ghost