Has gone by, almost. Though I still have my spot in mind, I alas, am somewhat stuck in the daily grind of life. Much of my searching was done in an entirely different phase of my life. Though I miss the excitement. The fever that comes with finding the chest has left me. I feel for those that risked their lives and lost. Though one knows that Forrest did not risk his life, it is easy to get caught up in the thrill and take risks. There is just something about the chase that makes one lose perspective. I hope anyone out there looking can make sure to stay grounded and safe. Do not let the infectiousness sweep you into bad decisions. If you are looking for different thrills, you can always read “The Chroma, ” by me, Ansley Ray. It is a fun fictional tale about the chest and saving the world. Help me get out searching by generating some revenue from the book. Pass it on, tell your friends. Forrest has read it, and loves it. Hope you all are enjoying your day, be well, have fun and be Blessed!
Alas, it will have to wait awhile longer before being retrieved! The very spot, this time I know it, is too far to walk, especially in the snow. Maybe next time. Good thing I was just passing through and not really hunting. It is thrilling, all the same, to be where ff spent so much time, and I feel put the chest.
Fall is here and the air brings the promise of tart pies and homemade apple cider. I often think of the next time I might travel to where my spot is. I fear that winter will be upon us before I can make it there. Hopefully the beautiful chest is waiting for me down the canyon from WWH! If I follow the clues precisely, I should be reporting a new resting place for the chest. ( This Spring!) If, in the mean time, one of you find it, so be it. Happy Hunting
I received my first royalty payment recently! What a thrill. It was not much, but it is a start. Please help me by reading and sharing “The Chroma.” Forrest has read it and loves it. Thanks, Ansley