Weekly Words from Forrest: Jan. 22nd, 2016

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Weekly Words from Forrest Fenn

Weekly Words from Forrest for Jan. 22nd, 2016 are as follows:

(PLEASE NOTE: These words from Forrest were given to me previously (before Christmas) and before the events of the last week. DO NOT make any connections with the dates/times of posting.)

*Don’t be impatient, the treasure chest isn’t

 

Best of luck with The Thrill of the Chase and whatever else you may seek!

Stay safe and sound.

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17 Responses

  1. Jeremy P. says:

    Very, very appropriate considering recent events.

  2. 23kachinas says:

    Please to hear this given Randy and Leo’s story.

  3. Onuat says:

    Patience is a virtue. Thanks Jenny.

  4. Ed says:

    Excellent advice!

  5. pl289 says:

    Also can be read…”Do be patient, the treasure is”

  6. Carolyn says:

    Thank you Jenny and Forrest

  7. Jdiggins says:

    Thx forrest and jenny.
    Hard to think of anything but Randy.

  8. Mark Forgy says:

    I’ve got my foot off the gas pedal and now I will coast over the finish line. No one in site, no one on the radio etc. Easy money!

  9. Lou Lee says:

    Hi. It looks like the sentence is not finished….No dot or ” at end….Is this a mistake or does Forrest want us to fill in the words?
    Best Wishes to all. Lou Lee Belle

  10. John/Ted Wells says:

    While you’re all chasing Fenns legend and looking for hidden meaning in Fenns word. Remember, this one small fact. He’s a self proclaimed trickster and brilliantly clever. He doesn’t want you to find the treasure, though I daresay he’d have another treasure buried within a year. He wants you to look. And appreciate the things you already should.

    I’m pretty sure I know where the treasure is buried, within a certain radius, and I didn’t get there by strictly considering Fenns words. I considered the man, his background, his books, his clues, geography and the very history he’s spent his life worshipping. I also considered the things he values.

    That said, best luck to all of you! I’ll see you on the trail soon, no doubt!

    Just remember. Be prepared. The wilderness is beautiful but its also dangerous. I myself intend to go camping. If I find it, I found it, if I don’t then I’ve got a good reason to go camping again!

    Special thanks to Fenn. Growing up I felt like an explorer with nothing left to explore. You bring a little magic back to the world, sir.

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