Weekly Words from Forrest: Jan. 29th, 2016

the thrill of the chaseThe complete list of Weekly Words can be found here:

Weekly Words from Forrest Fenn

Weekly Words for January 29th, 2016 are as follows:

(PLEASE NOTE: these words were given to me previously (before Christmas) and so no connections should be made with time/dates of postings)

*It will be there for as long as time has to come, or until you find it

 

Best of luck with the Thrill of the Chase and all that you seek!

 

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12 Responses

  1. pdenver says:

    Thank you for this week’s Weekly Words, Jenny and Mr. Fenn. Your words are already making me think, Mr. Fenn.

  2. cholly says:

    Jenny, can you please explain what you mean when you say he gave you the list of weekly words already, are you deciding from a huge list what gets released every week or was some sort of order established or just what? How many more weeks worth of releases are there? Confused!

  3. JC1117 says:

    This comment is similar to Forrest’s statement that it may be found tomorrow or in a hundred years…or even a thousand years. He is confident that it will still be there somehow. It must be near the top of a mountain such that as the mountain erodes it will always be on top…and not buried. Very interesting.

    I was looking for a picture of mountains to post here. I was originally just going to post picture #8…but the whole page is great so I’ll just share the whole page.

    http://blog.maptia.com/posts/photo-essay-dawn-to-dusk

    Not elementary, my dear Watson. Not elementary.

    Thanks again, Jenny and Forrest.

  4. Onuat says:

    Indulgence is in a place that has lasted the same over time and will still be the same as time passes.
    “The clues did not exist when I was a kid,but MOST of the place,s did.” 😉

  5. Scott says:

    How can I e-mail you direct without everybody seeing a clue that I think everybody has missed? I think it is a game changer.

  6. djjmciv says:

    No more words? The list is exhausted?

  7. astree says:

    It will be there for ages …
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    Til the end of timE

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