The Search for Fenn’s Treasure: Vadeando El Rio del Tesoro

In the continuation of our search for the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains north of Santa Fe, here is a clip from Recon #30: Vadeando el Rio del Tesoro (Fording The River of Treasure). With Shelley Carney and Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss.

It’s important to point out that this is part of the effort that gets us to our “base camp,” above the point at which warm waters halt. As we have said in the past, there is no driving between clue 1 and clue 9 of the Fenn treasure poem in our solution.

Vehicle: 2018 Nissan Frontier SV Crew Cab 4×4.


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2 thoughts on “The Search for Fenn’s Treasure: Vadeando El Rio del Tesoro

  1. Does not look like a safe place for a sedan to me. Toby you go not far, but too far to walk.

    TT

    • The dictionary definition of “sedan” does not preclude a 4wd capability. It’s a body type. A Jeep Cherokee, by definition, is a sedan. Which is, of course, why Fenn chose to use the word. And, there is no driving between clue 1 and 9 in our solution. Fenn does use the word Ford 13 times in TTOTC, always in the context of his Spanish teacher.

      Oh, and, a Jeep Grand Cherokee, with a couple of kids in the back seat followed us across to, what we call, the picnic side of the river.

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