Poem 5:2

And leave my trove for all to seek?

28 thoughts on “Poem 5:2

  1. Bob:
    E- is there a fountain of youth in the Rockies? Where warm waters halt the aging process?

    I havent found it yet but plenty of mineral springs that have been used therapeutically. 🙂


    • I’ve never seen a mountain lion in the wild…and I’d like to keep it that way…at least, up close and personal.

      I’ve seen two porcupines ripped to shreds in a place I like to search. I hear they taste like kerosene and they must be very difficult to eat, as well. I suppose for a hungry predator with a large appetite picking out a few quills is worth it.

      I stood within a few feet of porcupine which climbed up in a small tree. I returned a few weeks later to see the second porcupine torn apart. Poor guy. I even saw the semi-fresh remains of a deer at that location. So, if all the bears are hibernating…what does it all mean?

      It either means I’m brave for being in the wood…or stupid for going alone in there. I suppose I should upgrade the nine to at least a forty. 🙂


      • When we first moved to our home there was a female cougar with two cubs in the neighborhood. One very late night they crossed the road in my headlights.
        We still find tracks as recently as a few weeks ago. They have huge range when they have to hunt. This explains why we see large packs of coyotes out here. They bunch up for protection. 🙂
        You really dont have to be in the mountains to see a cougar.


        • Wow Deb –

          You are one of the few to have seen one in the wild – I have heard one scream – and it sounded like a women. We took a hike when it was lightly snowing and on the way back – we saw tracks – where one had been following us. At the time – we had two big dogs with us –

          Here is some good info if one is encountered. Jogging or running past one is not a good idea.



      • JC- everyone I talked to in and around Yellowstone said bearspray is your best defense. A moving animal is hard to hit with a handgun. Even if your shot hit the animal, it has to be a head shot or vital organ just to slow them down. The bearspray attacks their nose, unable to breathe. Other than a skunk’s stench it must really startle a predator. A bullet to the hindquarters or a graze probably feels like the bite of another animal so they just keep coming at you. That nasal irritation must be so foreign to them the immediate response is to retreat. Better yet, the forty, two cans of spray and pray.


        • Good advice, Bob. I do carry the pepper spray as a first line of defense. I figure a handgun might work to startle a cougar if it was really close and fired in it’s “general direction”…only if necessary. Cougar attacks on a grown man are very rare, I think. Forrest was really “lucky” to have such a close encounter…although my singing when I’m alone in the wild sounds a lot like an injured rabbit. I’ll have to stop that.


          • Have you ever seen a cat stalk a bird? That is what a cougar will do with you and probably attack from behind. You won’t know what hit you – so unless you have that gun in your hand – you just might be SOL.

            Your best defense is to not go alone. One of the reasons Forrest was brave. Secondly – don’t run or jog – it triggers an attack mode in cats. Always stand upright and be as big as you can – and some people have fought off cats with a stick and rocks. ps – don’t stop singing.


  2. Inthechaseto- you forgot one,

    #10’s are lost. They are curious by nature and in town. Always turning every stone, constantly looking for something that isn’t there. Friends come and go, always searching for that perfect friend. Able to find four leaf clovers easily but not their ass with both hands. Their mortal enemy is #7 the intellectual. For the SEARCHER, by proclaiming himself ignorant, becomes wise. To the searcher, there is nothing hidden that cannot be discovered, the eternal optimist. The searcher added his birthday numbers to obtain the the single digit …10.

    Famous 10’s: Pee Wee Herman, Darwin, Ponce De Leon, VG Boss, Stephanie, Dal Neitzel


  3. E*:
    inthechaseto – Yes,…the magic charm bracelet,…Albert Einstein,…AND Jane Seymour,…you are a formidable #6 adversary indeed! Ahhh,…but I’ll bet you don’t know the monologue Jane Seymour recites,…as Elise McKenna,…in this scene,…from “Somewhere in Time” (and I do):


    And Abraham Lincoln was a really good storyteller,…a quality I know Forrest will like:


    And no,…as my #5 self,…I “don’t like to be stuck in a rut”,…ie. in this one:


    Especially not with one of these fine creatures around:


    Oh no E* – I wouldn’t want you getting stuck in a rut either – certainly not – especially if this is going to be a race. I can picture in my mind, coming down the last stretch – the old time Chariot races that they used to hold after the Rose Parade – Of course – way – way before my time LOL

    So now perhaps we have a “link” to the cuff bracelet. I remember Deb was asking about that – way back when we were amateur treasure hunters. I think we all feel like Old Salts now that we have been around for years.

    Lions – a form of cat – there will be where I am going to search – one of the reasons my trusty dog “Aspen” is going on the search with us. He’s a good grizz chaser too.


  4. .

    This line is loaded with numerical suggestions

    4 all 2 seek …. 42

    The numerical value of seek = 40 ( 19,5,5,11)

    4 all 2 40
    4 all 2+40

    4 all 42

    100 = 4 x ALL = 4 x (1,12,12) = 4 * (25)
    80 = 2 x (S,E,E,K) = 2 x (19,5,5,11)

    180 degrees (a sharp reversal, coordinate switch)

    4 all 2 seek

    The answers I already know (doing a 180)


    • Hey Astree, I was wondering if you could you give me my mega numbers using the name geydelkon? I will play them next week. You can email me…. geydelkon at wildstones dot com….and of course I will split it.


      • Your birth date describes who we are, what we are good at and what our inborn abilities are. It also points to what we have to learn and the challenges we are facing.

        To figure out your Birth Number, add all the numbers in the Birth Date together, like in the example, until there is only one digit. A Birth Number does not prevent you from being anything you want to be, it will just color your choice differently and give you a little insight.

        March 20, 1950
        3 + 20 + 1950 = 1973
        1 + 9 + 7 + 3 = 20
        2 + 0 = 2

        Keep going until you end up with a single digit number. 2 is the Birth Number to read for the birth date in the example.

        #6 THE ROMANTIC
        #8 THE BIG SHOT
        #9 THE PERFORMER


        # 1 – THE ORIGINATOR

        1 ‘s are originals. Coming up with new ideas and executing them is natural. Having things! their own way is another trait that gets them as being stubborn and arrogant. 1’s are extremely honest and do well to learn some diplomacy skills. They like to take the initiative and are often leaders or bosses! , as they like to be the best. Being self-employed is definitely helpful for them. Lesson to learn: Others’ ideas might be just as good or better and to stay open minded.

        Famous 1’s: Tom Hanks, Robert Redford, Hulk Hogan, Carol Burnett, Wynona Judd, Nancy Reagan, Raquel Welch.

        #2 – THE PEACEMAKER

        2’s are the born diplomats. They are aware of others’ needs and moods and often think of others before themselves. Naturally analytical and very intuitive they don’t like to be alone. Friendship and companionship is very important and can lead them to be successful in life, but on the other hand they’d rather be alone than in an uncomfortable relationship. Being naturally shy they should learn to boost their self-esteem and express themselves freely and seize the moment and not put things off.

        Famous 2’s: President Bill Clinton, Madonna, Whoopee Goldberg, Thomas Edison, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

        # 3 – THE LIFE OF THE PARTY

        3’s are idealists. They are very creative, social, charming, romantic, and easygoing. They start many things, but don’t always see them through. They like others to be happy and go to great lengths to achieve it. They are very popular and idealistic. They should learn to see the world from a more realistic point of view.

        Famous 3’s: Alan Alder, Ann Landers, Bill Cosby, Melanie Griffith, Karen Roundbutt, Salvador Dali, Jodi Foster

        # 4 – THE CONSERVATIVE

        4’s are sensible and traditional. They like order and routine. They only act when they fully understand what they are expected to do. They like getting their hands dirty and working hard. They are attracted to the outdoors and feel an affinity with nature. They are prepared to wait and can be stubborn and persistent. They should learn to be more flexible and to be nice to themselves.

        Famous 4’s: Neil Diamond, Margaret Thatcher, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Tina Turner, Paul Hogan, Oprah Winfrey


        5’s are the explorers. Their natural curiosity, risk taking, and enthusiasm often land t! hem in hot water. They need diversity, and don’t like to be stuck in a rut. The whole world is their school and they see a learning possibility in every situation. The questions never stop. They are well advised to look before they take action and make sure they have all the facts before jumping to conclusions.

        Famous 5’s: Abraham Lincoln, Charlotte Bronte, Jessica Walter, Vincent van Gogh, Bette Midler, Helen Keller and Mark Hail.

        # 6 – THE ROMANTIC

        6’s are idealistic and need to feel useful to be happy. A strong family connection is important to them. Their actions influence their decisions. They have a strong urge to take care of others and to help. They are very loyal and make great teachers! They like art or music. They make loyal friends who take the friendship seriously. 6’s should learn to differentiate between what they can change and what they cannot.

        Famous 6’s: Albert Einstein, Jane Seymour, John Denver, Merlyn Steep, Christopher Columbus, Goldie Hawn


        7’s are the searchers. Always probing for hidden information, they find it difficult to accept things at face value. Emotions don’t sway their decisions. Questioning everything in life, they don’t like to be questioned themselves. They’re never off to a fast start, and their motto is slow and steady wins the race. They come across as philosophers and being very knowledgeable, and sometimes as loners. They are technically inclined and make great researchers uncovering information. They like secrets. They live in their own world and should learn what is acceptable and what’s not in the world at large.

        Famous 7’s: William Shakespeare, Lucille Ball, Michael Jackson, Joan Baez, Princess Diana

        # 8 – THE BIG SHOT

        8’s are the problem solvers. They are professional, blunt and to the point, have good judgment and are decisive. They have grand plans and like to live the good life. They take charge of people. They view people objectively. They let you know in no uncertain terms that they are the boss. They should learn to exude their decisions on their own
        needs rather than on what others want.

        Famous 8’s: Edgar Cayce, Barbara Streisand, George Harrison, Jane Fonda, Pablo Picasso, Aretha Franklin, Nostrodamus

        #9 – THE PERFORMER
        9’s are natural entertainers. They are very caring and generous, giving away their last dollar to help. With their charm, they have no problem making friends and nobody is a stranger to them. They have so many different personalities that people around them have a hard time understanding them. They are like chameleons, ever changing and blending in. They have tremendous luck, but also can suffer from extremes in fortune and mood. To be successful, they need to build a loving foundation.

        Famous 9’s: Albert Schweitzer, Shirley MacLaine, Harrison Ford, Jimmy Carter, Elvis Presley


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