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Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest
11-15-2014, 08:48 PM,
Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest


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<b>Quote from emmett on November 15, 2014, 1:30 pm</b>

You can know all of the clues, except for the blaze, and still not find it. "if you've been wise and found the blaze". The blaze may not be as obvious as everyone seems to think. IMO
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Bingo!
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11-16-2014, 01:03 AM,
Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest
Perhaps really far away..........



Here's another thought:



"Searchers have routinely revealed where they think the treasure was hidden and *[walked] me through the process that took them on that course. That’s how I know a **[few] have identified the first two clues.



* Is this just a figure of speech? Something that may or may not have actually been done? Some of these people may have not even went searching. They could have merely sent him an email with one of their solves. Thus, some of these 'distances' might be based on nothing more than theories in cyberspace. And if so, then there must be geographical features at the location that he can use to determine distance. So, this also substantiates his statement for the use of a good "map and or GE?"........But he has said there have been "searchers" that have been within 500ft, so we know some have been 'physically' close, but like you said loco, -- In what manner?



** The "few"? Mentioned once before who were also in tight focus with a word that is key?


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"But I'm tryin', Ringo. I'm tryin' real hard to be the shepherd." - Jules Winnfield
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11-17-2014, 09:26 AM,
Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest
And then there's, "people continue to arrive there, not knowing the significance of the place"ff. Sounds like a busy spot.
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11-17-2014, 08:28 PM,
Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest
So can we get all the places people have been and narrow down the spot?
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11-17-2014, 09:10 PM,
Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest
chi·nook





/SHəˈno͝ok,CHə-/





noun



noun: chinook wind; plural noun: chinook winds; noun: chinook salmon; plural noun: chinook salmon; noun: chinook; plural noun: chinooks; plural noun: chinook salmons







1.





a warm dry wind that blows down the east side of the Rocky Mountains at the end of winter.

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05-10-2015, 04:50 AM,
Jenny Kile Questions with Forrest


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<b>Quote from Jay L on May 28, 2014, 6:51 pm</b>

Did you set the blaze alone? I’m sorry, my error. I should have asked if you placed the blaze by yourself, or did it exist? Then again a wise man wouldn’t even ask the question. My apologies.
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The Blaze is naturally and visibly a blaze!
The FeΩΩatic
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