Bella And Gypsy and Treasure Hunting

After first beauty shop visitHAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

So, here are our two girls.  They are a year old now and fully trained and well behaved.  Okay, maybe not that well behaved or trained, although they know lots of words: treat, sit, down, stay, wait, bye-bye ,dinner, breakfast, come, leash on, leash off, rabbit, outside, potty….well you get it.

They are a joy and will be joining us in our RV on our around the US and Canada  trip next May.  Maybe I will call it, “Traveling with two Pomeranians in a RV and hunting Treasure”. We will be looking for Forrest Fenn’s treasure as we travel through the states where it is reported to be. (Montana, Wyoming, New Mexico)  There might be a couple of other states, but those are the ones where we think it might be.  If you are interested in treasure hunting, go to: dalneitzel.com.  You will find oodles of information about the treasure and about the book, Thrill of the Chase, written by the man who hid the treasure, Forrest Fenn.  You won’t find a more interesting story and treasure hunt in modern day time than this. He is quite the character, a self-made man who served in the Air Force and then became the owner of an art Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico.   To make a long story short, he contracted prostate cancer and beat it, long before all the new medications came out.  He then decided to share his love of the outdoors with others, so he hid a bronze treasure chest full of gold and jewels and treasures, somewhere north of Santa Fe in the mountains above 5,00 feet.  It can be found by following nine clues he wrote into a poem.  The trick is…deciphering the poem!  We have joined the search, but no luck yet.  Of course everyone thinks they can figure out what the poem means, but no one has just yet.

We will be hunting again next summer, as we travel around the US. I have some new thoughts on deciphering the poem, so we will see.  We have only hunted in Yellowstone, but this year I think we will make a stab at it in New Mexico, land of enchantment! The real fun is in the hunting.  It gets you outside doing things you might not usually do, like facing off with a herd of buffalo.  Yes, we did do that and I had to take off my red jacket!

We hope you will follow our journey next year and maybe even meet up with us along the way.

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About Sharron

Author, blogger and professional seeker of new adventures. After spending many years in the healthcare field, I am now devoting my energies to writing. I have finished my first book, "Waiting on the Outside" and it will be published shortly. Writing is not an easy task, but if you feel the absolute necessity to write, then you are a writer! I am writing my second book, "The Last Thousand Miles" and I hope to have it out by the end of the year. A little ambitious I think, but if you don't aim for the sky you won't land there.

4 responses to “Bella And Gypsy and Treasure Hunting”

  1. Ingrid says :

    Thanks for reminding me of this. Does sound like a fun purpose to explore some backcountry. We’ll be in the Denver area June and July. Let me know if you’re in the area 🙂

    • Sharron says :

      Yes, we have had a lot of exciting experiences while searching for the treasure. I would think there are other treasure hunts out there. We will have to check on that as we travel in the summer. Love it that you are full time!

  2. Joel F says :

    They’re so cute. Surely it’ll be a wonderful experience with two cutie companions on your hunting adventure.

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