In the Wood…Part Two

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This page is now closed to new comments. To continue this conversation please go to the latest “In The Wood” page.

This is the place to discuss the phrase in Forrest’s poem that reads: “in the wood”. Is it a cryptic clue or simply referring to the outdoors or the woods? What are your thoughts?

 

Cultural Transformations…

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On the face of the Rocky Mountains are many names that come from other cultures placed there by Navajo, Ute, Spanish, Sioux, French and other speakers. Sometimes their translation to English matches up with lines or ideas in the poem which lead searchers to believe there could be a connection. This page is devoted to the discussion of trans-cultural concepts that might help us understand the poem.

A typical comment might include the idea that uncompahgre is often interpreted as Ute for “Warm Waters”. Following this idea someone might want to start their search where “Warm waters halt” or at the place where the Uncompahgre River stops..

 

The Perfect Question…

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A major network is doing a piece on Forrest’s Chase. If you had the opportunity to have the correspondent ask Forrest your question…what would it be?

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In the Wood….Part One

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This page is now closed to new comments. To continue this discussion please go to the latest In The Wood discuss page.

This is the place to discuss the phrase in Forrest’s poem that reads: “in the wood”. Is it a cryptic clue or simply referring to the outdoors or the woods? What are your thoughts?