The long-lost capital of an ancient Maya kingdom has been discovered in the backyard of a cattle rancher in southeastern Mexico. Now dubbed Lacanja Tzeltal, named for the nearby modern community, the ancient city is thought to be the capital of the Sak Tz’I’ – “white dog” – kingdom, located in Chiapas, Mexico. A map […]
Is that what Forrest once said? Hmmm.
George D. Smith began as an architect and moseyed into art. Along the way he may have designed an important building in Cody, Wyoming.
Important to Forrest Fenn?
Would love to know.
Get your camping gear ready.
Fennboree 2020 is scheduled. Details here.
Gold is where you find it. In a poem. After a snow.
The Spell of the Yukon
by Robert Service
There’s gold, and it’s haunting and haunting;
It’s luring me on as of old;
Yet it isn’t the gold that I’m wanting
So much as just finding the gold.
Anyone want to search in Denmark?
“Danish artist Thomas Dambo creates larger than life sculptures hidden around his hometown of Copenhagen.
His sculptures require secret poems and clues in order to locate them. He says each has its own treasure map or poem engraved into stone to steer people onto unfamiliar paths where they’ll discover them.”
“There’ll be no paddle up your creek,
Just heavy loads and water high.”
Nine clues in a poem that will lead you to Forrest Fenn’s treasure chest (somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe.
- 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.