Rocky Mountain Treasure Hunt SOLVED — Indiana Jones Would Approve

Raiders of the Lost Ark ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

We need more stories about people getting out of the house and searching for treasure — safely, of course — trying to find treasure in the mountains. In this case, the Rocky Mountains held a cache worth seven figures, hidden by an elderly man named Forrest Fenn (love that name, btw!) wanting to inspire others.

The treasure, estimated to be worth over $1 million, was a way for Fenn to inspire people to explore nature and give hope to people affected by the Great Recession, he said.

A treasure chest hidden in Rocky Mountains for 10 years has finally been found – CNN

Used to hear a lot about geocaching, which is another type of treasure hunting, using GPS devices. Never tried that out, but it also seemed like something good to get people out, about and active. That remains one of the top reasons I think movie theaters will have people returning as soon as they open. Will there be as many? Probably not at first, but as more and more good new movies come out — and most will only be available at movie theaters — I think just like casinos reopening, people will come.

People want to return to life as it was before this pandemic. I have faith in human spirit being vastly stronger than any virus. Look what this one guy did, inspired many people to enjoy nature and the mere possibility of finding riches. Creative and cool, good idea Mr. Fenn.

2 thoughts on “Rocky Mountain Treasure Hunt SOLVED — Indiana Jones Would Approve

  1. I’m a geocacher. Been doing it about 10 years now. It was popular, then ebbed a bit the past couple of years, but we had a lot of new people trying it over the past couple of months. A lot of geocachers were looking for this

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