- will be July 5-7th at Hyde (as in Hide?) Memorial State Park just north of Santa Fe.
- Friday night campfire and hot dog roast at Site # 47.
- Saturday pot luck at Shelter # 2.
- More info here.
Forrest Fenn’s friend Douglas Preston’s novel comes true??? Thought I’d share this since I read a few of his books while under the influence, hoping for hints, if not outright clues, as to where the Fenn treasure is hidden, not necessarily buried. ; )
A record of the most significant event in the history of life on Earth, the fossil evidence of the almost-instant extinction of most life on the planet: “The Day the Dinosaurs Died” (Plus- Cope)
If donations for Jamie Jordan (aka JDiggins), who lost her home and business in the Mendocino fire, reach $26,255.72 by August 31, Forrest Fenn will donate an additional $10,000.
Some of the 60 prizes in the raffle drawing are pictured below.
Big thanks to this big-hearted community!
UPDATE: THEY MADE IT!!!
It’s hard to believe that it’s been 5 years since a birthday wish for Forrest turned into an invitation to visit his place in Santa Fe. Fascinating man. Astounding collections. I treasure the memory.
Forrest Fenn has donated the original artwork of The Dancing Gypsies from p. 43 of The Thrill of the Chase. A silent auction is being conducted on Cynthia’s blog.
And, there is this post today from forum:hint of riches. QUOTED–
This is HUGE
Please, everyone listen with big ears (to quote Forrest).
As of today we have raised $16,255.72 to help Jamie Jordan, who lost her home and business in the terrible Mendocino Fire. If we can get enough donations to raise that figure to $26,255.72 by August 31, Forrest will donate $10,000 to Jamie. That will give us $36,255.72. WOW!
Please help us spread this word around the search community because we need everybody’s help.
Here is the paypal: https://www.paypal.me/JJDiggins
For updates on the September 6th drawing to benefit Jamie, who lost her home in the Mendocino fire, click this.
On a quiet Sunday afternoon, I finally strolled over to find Dorothy McKibbin’s obscure office space.
(And found another interesting gallery nearby.)
In a previous post, I mentioned Sheinkin’s excellent hx books
And for an exciting historical fiction read regarding the Norwegian episode of the race, read The Saboteur, by Andrew Gross.
Day Two of Fennboree included the book-signing at Collected Works Bookstore on Gallisteo.
Lunch at La Fonda.
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