Searching for Forrest Fenn's Treasure Along the New Mexico & Colorado Border

Searching for Forrest Fenn's Treasure Along the New Mexico & Colorado Border

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Join us as we take you on our latest BOTG to search for Forrest Fenn’s Treasure along the New Mexico & Colorado border.

Music by Epidemic Sound
Loving Caliber – Caught Up In A Dream
Daniel Kaede – For What Awaits

All video and photos were shot using our Samsung Galaxy cellphones – nothing fancy ūüôā
Video Editing Software – Pinnacle Studio 22 Ultimate
Adobe Photoshop was used for the thumbnails

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  1. Rockytop Wrangler on January 20, 2023 at 1:42 am

    Wonderful video talent,,Beautiful location…a perfect place for anyone to "rest their bones"….Thank You for sharing…Stay Safe and God Bless….

  2. Clancy Littleboy on January 20, 2023 at 1:42 am

    Forrest walked only about 2.4 miles in total to make two round trips from his car to the blaze to hide the treasure.¬† But what the line "Not far, but too far to walk" really means is that there are two worlds involved here, the imaginary world of the poem AT THE MAP SCALE, and the real world with longer distances.¬†¬†In the poem world, it is not far¬†from clue-to-clue, only a few inches, but in the real world it is about 1.2 miles from the nearest public parking space.¬† Also the 4 map points¬†in the poem are only separated by a few inches on a scaled map, but in¬†the real world they are separated by 70 to 170 miles, just too far to walk!¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Many of you will not believe that the one true solution is so simple. ¬†Forrest Fenn said in Business Insider:¬† "The treasure is out there waiting for the person who can make all the lines cross in the right spot". ¬†Lines?¬† What lines?¬† Have you heard anyone else mention any lines?¬† You need¬†2 points to plot¬†1 line, but 3 points allow you to make 3 lines if they form a triangle.¬† If you plot the 4 points hidden in plain sight in the poem,¬†on Google Maps using the Measure function, they form a Right Triangle, exactly like the one in the shadow picture on the front of Too Far to Walk.¬† That is a great confirmation that this is the Right method to find the Right solution.¬† The second step is to cut out the poem with scissors and then use the poem cut-out¬†as a map, exactly as instructed in Stanza 2 of the poem.¬† Here is the one-picture solution that uses the poem as a map and makes all the lines cross in the right spots:¬† ¬† ¬†– – – – –

  3. fins59 on January 20, 2023 at 1:43 am

    Nice scenery, were the bones caused by bears or hunters do you think?
    What altitude were you searching at if you don’t mind me asking?

  4. J Minnesota on January 20, 2023 at 1:48 am

    I like your commentary, I’ve probably told you that before ūüėČ

  5. Tl Mattes on January 20, 2023 at 1:48 am

    Beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing. I always love watching the videos of your adventures. Thanks.

  6. Richard Fay on January 20, 2023 at 1:48 am

    Chama is spooky, that’s where the secret military deep under ground base is, with aliens and or lizard people from the inner earth, a hologram covers the entrance. They say it’s at least 9 stories deep and connected to the tunnel system that goes all under the USA. It was probably some of them that ate that animal whose bones you found.

  7. Bohica1966 on January 20, 2023 at 2:00 am

    Love the yellows and gold of the aspens and cottonwoods mixed with the green of the pines, junipers, etc Another.great video Pam and hubby.

  8. mach smith on January 20, 2023 at 2:07 am

    hey pam check this also looked in kirwin such as the searcher in this video…

  9. B Cross on January 20, 2023 at 2:38 am

    Took the train & was boots on the ground in Chama/Toltec Gorge area in late June. Even more beautiful with the fall foliage in your video! Great job.

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