Q. When you wrote the poem, did you start with the first clue or the ninth?
A. ” I knew all along where I wanted to hide the treasure so I didn’t need a map or any information to write the poem. Everything was in my head. It took me a while to get the wording exactly how I wanted it. Counting the clues and hiding the chest came later. It is not likely that anyone will find it without following the clues, at least in their mind.”
You have a wonderful blog, and a beautiful outlook on life. I’ve long read, and admired, your adventures; but I’ve never taken the time to express my pleasure, and thanks for your efforts.
That said, I do have an ulterior motive for taking the time to do so now:
Can/would you provide the date you received this email??
And, do you have any more you would like to share?? 🙂
Happy New Year to you and yours…………loco
Thank you, Locolobo. I’d have to go back and look. It’s been awhile since I asked him a question for the blog. Are you out west?
Well, that depends upon what you mean by “out west”. If you’re thinking California – – Lordy, No!! I a a Texas lad, and do like to think I live in the West! 🙂
i now know what where where warm waters halt means and the location.. its no river or lake. i will tell you that much.
Are you gonna tell