Featured Question with Forrest Fenn and The Thrill of the Chase Treasure Hunt: North not South
My rule is to not comment on something like this but I’ve decided to make an exception. I received a very lengthy email from someone who tried to make the case that you buried your treasure at San Lazaro Pueblo. This person did an enormous amount of research to arrive at that solve, and even went to the pueblo. I noticed that you were copied in the same email. Do you feel like commenting? ~Thanks Jenny
My rule is to not comment on something like this, but like you, I will make an exception because it may be of interest to some searchers.
If it was a long email I’m sure I didn’t read it, and without a name I can’t make a search. There was a man who trespassed on the historic side of Del Charro Creek at the pueblo, and stole some artifacts. We have him on camera. He had a long walk to get in because it is 6 miles down a little dirt road through 4 locked gates. The person you mention is study in futility. Reminds me of the old story about the Rolls Royce that drove up to the Ritz Plaza hotel in New York, and no one got out.
San Lazaro is south of Santa Fe, and the treasure is hidden in the mountains north of Santa Fe, and it still is. f
NOTE: STILL IS…..!!
Best of luck with all that you seek and always Treasure the Adventure!
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