I just want to let you know what your chase has done for my son. He is almost 9 years old and has autism. He has never shown any real interest in doing things until he sound out about you treasure. He now loves to look for it where ever we are.
It is one of the reason he has come out of his shell. He loves the idea of being a treasure hunter. We have made a few “real” trips out west to look for it, but whenever we go camping even here in Michigan, he wants to see if he can find it.
We went to Iceland for a camping trip on spring break this year and had to spend some time looking for your box there. That trip would not have been possible if he had not learned how to camp to find the treasure (we did not find it in Iceland).
The quest has help him see the natural world and enjoy the outdoors, and we are trying to encourage it build on that foundation.
I have wanted to sent this for awhile, but have not gotten around to it.
Thank you for helping my son and me,
I wanted to just say thank you for the weight loss. I am preparing for my
4th treasure hunting expedition and in preparation decided I needed to lose
some weight. I set a goal of 35 pounds for my trip in August. I started in
February and have lost 29 pounds. I have 6 more pounds to go to reach my
My wife said even if I don’t find the treasure she thanks you for the
motivation to get into better shape and lose weight!
Just wanted to let you know you took part in my engagement last year!
Recently, my girlfriend and I took a train from Boston out to New Mexico and then up to Wyoming to treasure hunt in northern Wyoming over the last week. We were heading up towards Jackson, but due to the forest fire, we stuck around in Pinedale, WY.
So under the guise that we were looking for your treasure (I wish we had found that also) I buried a box of my own right along Fremont Lake, WY.
She found it the next day, and in the bottom of the box was an engagement ring. She loved it, and the adventure as well. So thanks for helping in setting it up!