Bur Search 1

Alright fellow searchers it’s Bur, here are two areas of mine that I searched recently. Understand that possibly many searchers may have figured out these same areas and might have also searched them, because I just followed the poem in a pretty straight forward way and believe others have too. As they say not every stone gets unturned and with that in mind my quest began.                                                                                                                                             (I’m not the best writer so please excuse the way I write and hope you understand my meanings.)   Both my areas started in YNP at Mammoth Hot Springs [WWWH], this being the last major geyser area before the Montana state line. Now both roads leading south out of Mammoth are the [canyon down] and [to far to walk] is you can drive down them to the search areas. Now the two search areas take on different turns from here, so I will now call them Search #1 and Search #2.                                                                                                                                                 #1)- Which is road 89 or Grand Loop Rd. This road I took down the canyon to an area [below the home of Brown] which is Grizzly Lake. A satellite view might help you understand this area. So on 89 close to Roaring Mountain right by (Twin)Lakes, okay (twin) double omega’s in book a clue, is where you [put in] park the car. There is a small canyon with a little creek, to little to canoe so [no paddle up your creek]. This creek is cold so if you cross it it’s [worth the cold] to hike up the other side of this small canyon to get to the upper plateau. After reaching this plateau it is [no place for the meek] you are in area known for grizzlies thus Grizzly Lake to your west. Also looking to the west is Mt. Holmes, which is the [heavy loads]=mountains and the [high waters]=snow on top. Now looking to the east is Roaring Mountain and with the sun rising and the steam geysers coming off face the mountain it creates this roaring blazing fire effect [the blaze] and if you [look quickly down] there are dead trees lying on the ground everywhere so the T.C is [in the wood] but to many to search so I finally gave up and just enjoyed the [marvel 360* gaze] and I went [in peace]. This search was such a good adventure for me and my wife but time was not on our side. I hope that other searchers considering this area to go for it, who knows you might just find the T.C hidden in one of those tree stumps I missed and good luck if you try. I will try to post Search #2 later on.

13 thoughts on “Bur Search 1

  1. Well thought out and written Bur . Hopefully better luck next time . You are right about needing the time to search . Unfortunately most people have jobs and other responsibilities , so it’s hard to give as much time as may be needed .

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    • Rebel you gave me another way of thinking about the poem so if I figure out something different I will shoot you a email to get your feed back. I believe you are on the right track so don’t give up. Just like Mike had stated maybe one of those little hand held metal detectors might come in handy on searches. Bur

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      • Thanks Bur , you never know what thought may come to mind . I have a large metal detector I used in Florida . Just don’t want to attract attention , so the smaller one would be better . I think you can rent them .

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  2. Thanks guys, it is really hard to discribe this wonderful adventure in just a few words. I have seen how this poem can be turned inside out and the clues make perfect sence. I do enjoy reading everyone’s comments so I hope everyone gets their chance to follow their dreams. I do pray that the wildfires burn themselves out and quit causing the distruction to nature and to homes and people lives. I know some search areas are shutting down for some chasers but in time they will reopen and the quest can begin again. Thanks Mike for posting my search, and I will try and compose my other search soon. Bur

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    • Thanks JJ, yes all of the Yellowstone is so rich in history and we only had four days to search and just be a tourist so just no enough time. I had a few other areas to search but never got to them.

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    • Sorry about your miss Bur but boy oh boy you sure connected them dots with the Poem. I enjoyed the read. And don’t worry about you not being the best writer. I’m not a writer….I’m in this for the FUN of it and EDUCATION of it and for the CHEST…I’m not looking to write a book! So just keep posting your stuff as there are people like myself who enjoy reading.

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      • Thanks Vg, I do see you having fun here and on Dal’s blog. Humor is good for the soul, but you do give good info on clues too. Keep it going.

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