Sometimes I get mail from searchers who ask some pretty inquisitively good questions. Here are some examples:
Q: I'm reading your book (Kindle version) and I want to ask if the page numbers mean anything - the reason I ask is that the Kindle doesn't really have page numbers, so I would be missing something if they were important...
My answer: Page numbers are irrelevant and not important.
Q: You narrowed down the search area in one your blog posts. Would you be willing to narrow it down even more? I mean the prize really isn't that big to be searching such a large area.
My answer: I've got to hand it to you for asking. Yes, I'd be willing to narrow it down even more.
Q: Forrest Fenn has said that you have to follow his clues in order and that you probably won't be able to solve past the first couple by using just a map and the poem. Are you willing to say anything similar about your clues?
My answer: Unlike Forrest Fenn's poem, mine has to be "fixed" first, but after that the concept is the same in my view. I'm not sure if I fully agree with the second part of your paraphrasing.
Q: Are you sure the "chest" is still there?
My answer: As I respond to this question...no, I'm not sure. But I will be sure within the next 30 days.
If you have questions you can send them to me via my gmail address... readandseekadventures.
Friday, June 16, 2017
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
As a refresher, take a look at the last stanza from his poem:
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.
We've all seen the "brave" and "wood" discussions. But a "brave" made of "wood" eating ice cream which might be... "worth the cold"?