There are maps out there claiming to show where Forrest Fenn’s Treasure hides. Be careful, ask why anyone would show others where a million and a half dollars are waiting. No one but Forrest could do such a thing and he choose a poem not a map. Well yes there is a map it is on the cover insert of his book released after The Thrill of The Chase, however good luck with that one.
I am developing a map that will be backed up and follows the treasure poem. This map will be used to setup some searches by whom ever wants to be a “Dog of the Chase” with the backing of the Boise Think Tank and Capt. Pappy’s notes from all 9 years.
If the chest is found out of the range covered by this new map you get your money back! This map is in one state and only a small area large enough to contain all the hints in the poem.
logic and imagination both play in these solves. Here is an example of this thinking. Give a child the poem and let them decipher it. OK, where does warm waters halt. First lets ask where are warm waters. Could children come up with some obscure place? Where would Forrest guess when he was a child. Where does the child in me think warm waters halt? Come on you knew your inner child knows.
There you go warm waters halt here and go to where the Pacific Railroad says it is Riches New and Old. Also it is suggesting Montana.
How about the last Mahican emblazoned with the famous Turtle, Fenn thought a lot about that book. Is this the blaze at the Home of Brown. There is one new place to look where I have not been but plan to take others who wish to join the Chase.