Fenn’s Treasure Box and the Immaculate Impression: A Clue Both Old and New

To understand this post become familiar with earlier posts of hunts in the Lamar Valley.  The impression in a hollowed tree convinced me I had found where the treasure was hidden.  Only now have I concluded that it is not the imprint of the fabled treasure.  The print was perfectly smooth with a flat bottom.  I now believe the roman chest would leave a different  print than the one I found.

Another place now has my attention but I am not looking to get hyperthermic so I will wait till summer is here once again.  This place is at least worth looking into and at best the most supported site (by the poem) I have come to find. So how do I share this new revelation and still be the first one there?  Well, I’ll give out the ideas  that lead me to this new site but the site itself will remain unwritten.

There our blogs that for me were too far out to consider but  the truth may be in the world of the metaphysical.  Women on the top and sides of the box does point out a possible place when combined with some of the strangest tells of losing your sole if you open the chest.  The bronze box is also a hint.  A Ranger’s claim about a trail going behind high waters really tweaked my interest.  How the poem maps out a way to the treasure is very important.  If followed the clues will lead to the treasure but  this doesn’t mean the clues are linear.  Forrest says follow the clues in order but that does’t mean the clues take the reader in a linear route.  Example would be the clue put in below the home of Brown.  You may not need to go by the Home of Brown to put in below the home of Brown.  I think the Home of Brown is an area not a spot on the map. Forrest says he made the poem like an architect would, maybe he built the poem around the chest not to the chest. ” Begin it here warm waters halt”  but don’t walk from there, you walk from the blaze quickly down.  Maybe the blaze is a trail that leads to the last two clues.  Maybe to begin it refers to an area as does the clue home of Brown.  The ideas I have shared took me to the place I will explore next.  I have included these ideas in hopes of warming a vary cold place.

How about your trail any comments are like wood on the fire so warm our winter months with a word or two.

Author: captpappy

Teacher, counselor, therapist, coach and a treasure hunter with 40 years of teaching and coaching people from kindergarten to sports professionals. Helping people achieve their goals is what I do. I taught K-12 and university level in Physical Education, Biology, life skills, and transitions. I have a Masters in Social Work with a mental health concentration and worked with families, adolescents, and chemically dependent groups. Treasure hunting is my new passion for the last eight years.

5 thoughts on “Fenn’s Treasure Box and the Immaculate Impression: A Clue Both Old and New”

  1. its funny how my research brought me to YOU, and yes you are correct. I have the answers to the clues, but no guide for the answer. do you understand what I mean. he who assured me is not talking and the answer only he knows. but it is not unanswerable.


  2. Undine would not work – I was intrigued as well by what Norris had said, but then I remembered FF said the chest can be scorched by fire and covered by snow …


  3. I was at the Lammar Ranger Station last year. Nearby, in the right light at the right angle you can see FF (blaze). I would be happy to send you a photo of it.


    1. Jim,
      Wow! I would love to see the picture. I am excited to hear that others are looking in the Lamar area. I have much to share about my last trip to Gardiner and I will be writing about it soon. I would enjoy seeing your picture. If you would like send the picture to Capt.pappy@hotmail.com or the this site please do.
      Jim there is a connection with Treasure Island and a sign seen in the face of a mountain showing the whereabouts of the treasure. You may have a break-through clue.


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