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Independent Documentary Looking for Passionate Explorers
02-15-2015, 11:19 AM,
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Independent Documentary Looking for Passionate Explorers


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<b>Quote from BigToeMedia on February 15, 2015, 11:19 am</b>

I'm just one man with a camera that's looking to turn a passion project into a reality. Ever since hearing about Forrest and the buried treasure a few years ago, I've been fascinated with this ongoing story.



If you are planning to make a trek out into the wilderness in searching of Forrest's treasure, and would be willing to have me tag along and film this adventure of yours, then I would love to hear from you. Because I have a limited travel budget, I'm trying to stick to a fairly centralized area of say 5-6 hours drive from Santa Fe, NM, in any direction.



I'm also interested in simply interviewing any treasure seekers or anyone knowledgeable about this great adventure story.



I understand that trust is earned, not given, and would be more than happy to talk in further detail about the project with anyone interested.
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I will send email. What do you think about a search trip that will take perhaps three days and two nights? Maybe in June, about 130 miles north of Santa Fe?
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03-01-2015, 11:57 AM,
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Independent Documentary Looking for Passionate Explorers
Thank you for your service ;-)



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03-01-2015, 05:16 PM,
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Independent Documentary Looking for Passionate Explorers


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<b>Quote from BigToeMedia on February 15, 2015, 11:19 am</b>

I'm just one man with a camera that's looking to turn a passion project into a reality. Ever since hearing about Forrest and the buried treasure a few years ago, I've been fascinated with this ongoing story.



If you are planning to make a trek out into the wilderness in searching of Forrest's treasure, and would be willing to have me tag along and film this adventure of yours, then I would love to hear from you. Because I have a limited travel budget, I'm trying to stick to a fairly centralized area of say 5-6 hours drive from Santa Fe, NM, in any direction.



I'm also interested in simply interviewing any treasure seekers or anyone knowledgeable about this great adventure story.



I understand that trust is earned, not given, and would be more than happy to talk in further detail about the project with anyone interested.
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I will send email. What do you think about a search trip that will take perhaps three days and two nights? Maybe in June, about 130 miles north of Santa Fe?
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03-04-2015, 12:43 PM,
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Independent Documentary Looking for Passionate Explorers
i received a notice that you sent a message to me via the forum's "private message" function. The software keeps telling me I must log in to read it, even though I am logged in. My email address is desertphile@fennboree.org
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03-05-2015, 10:32 AM,
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Independent Documentary Looking for Passionate Explorers


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<b>Quote from admin on March 1, 2015, 11:57 am</b>

Thank you for your service ;-)


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Yes, thank you for your service. After reading the above post, I'm reminded of pictures of my grandfather at the wall in DC after its construction. He sat in his wheelchair there, his bolo hat on his head, with a solemn look as that black wall stared back. The note on the back of one picture says the name of his friend was located on the wall somewhere between his chest and knees. My grandfather never discussed his time in the war. I'm not sure I blame him. My fondest memories are of him saying the prayer at thanksgivings and then carving the bird for dinner. He always Saved the gizzard for me, and I still like them to this day. What a funny memory that conjures every time I eat the colonels chicken. I guess that's the kind of memory a grandson is suppose to have.
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