Jamie Jordan Campaign Update AND BOTG Backpack Prize!

Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss updates you on the Jamie Jourdan Raffle Drawing Campaign and announces a new prize: a BOTG backpack donated by Fenn Treasure Hunters Sasha Johnston and Jason Dent, and filled with your donations!



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Jamie Jourdan (jjdiggins) Audio Interview

Join Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss as he conducts an audio interview with Fenn Treasure Hunter Jamie Jourdan – jjdiggins on the forums, whose family’s property was demolished in the Medocino, California Fire.



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Forrest Fenn Book Club, TTOTC, Ch 19, Teachers With Ropes

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis of A Gypsy’s Kiss as they discuss Ch 19 – “Teachers With Ropes” in Forrest Fenn’s first memoir, “The Thrill of the Chase.”

Everything you need to know about the Jamie Jourdan Raffle Drawing can be found here: http://bit.ly/jjdiggins



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AGK Panel: Can Technology Help You Find Forrest Fenn’s Treasure?

Join panelists Matt Brewer and Jason Younis with producer Shelley Carney and moderator Toby Younis as they discuss the viability of technology improving the probability of finding the treasure Forrest Fenn hid somewhere in the mountains North of Santa Fe.

All the information you need to help Jamie and her familly can be found at http://bit.ly/jjdiggins

Photos of the fire damage can be found at http://bit.ly/jjfiredamagephotos



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Video: Jamie Jourdan – Fire Damage to Her Family’s Property

All the information you need to help Jamie and her familly can be found at http://bit.ly/jjdiggins

Photos of the fire damage can be found at http://bit.ly/firedamagephotos

Photo Album: Jamie Jourdan – Fire Damage to Her Family’s Home

Our friend and fellow Fenn Searcher, Jamie Jourdan (jjdiggins) shared photos of her property – the one totally destroyed by the Mendocino, California Fire in August, 2018. You can help Jamie and her family by entering into a raffle drawing organized and supported by the Fenn search community. For complete information on the raffle drawing, click here.



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Our Forrest Fenn Recon Technology Kit

Join Shelley Carney and Toby Younis as they discuss the online and offline technology they use to ensure effective scouting and recon trips. And, you can sk questions and express your opinions in the live chat!

Jamie Jourdan Raffle Drawing Information: http://www.bit.ly/jjdiggins

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John Wayne Stops by AGK Studios

Left to right: Toby Younis, Shelley Carney, “Cupcake,” and John Wayne Bobbitt holding a 1kg, .999 fine silver, uncirculated, Armenian coin he donated to the Jamie Jourdan raffle drawing.

Our viewer, subscriber, friend and brother-in arms, John Wayne Bobbitt and his faithful dog, “Cupcake” dropped by AGK Central on his return from a recent recon for a visit. He brought the 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds), .999 Fine Silver, Uncirculated Armenian coin that he donated to the Jamie Jourdan cache that will be given away in a drawing to be held at Collected Works Bookstore on Thursday, September 6, 2018. You can get all the details on the raffle, prizes, rules and drawing here: http:/bit.ly/jjdiggins.


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John Wayne Bobbit Donates 1kg(!) .999 Silver Coin to Jamie Jourdan Raffle!

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Although there have been a number of generous donations made to the Jamie Jourdan Raffle by members of the Fenn searcher community, our viewer, subscriber and friend, John Wayne Bobbit donated a 1 kilogram (2.2 pounds) .999 fine silver coin from Armenia. In his email to me offering the donation, John wrote

“Toby & Shelly I would like to donate this coin for the raffle. 2 pounds of pure silver, Armenian coin with a Noah’s Ark on it. Uncultivated. It has a dove carrying an olive branch. Representing peace and Hope. The Ark represents the Forrest Fenn community. Reaching out to our fellow searchers in need. You can add it to the raffle? That coin is special and hopefully along with the other raffle items will inspire people to chip in during this tragic situation.”

We are very grateful to John for his generous donation.

If you want to participate in the raffle, a donation of $25 will get you one entry into the raffle drawing. You can donate at http://paypal.me/jjdiggins You can get more information on the raffle at http://bit.ly/jjdiggins


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