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  2. I think it's possible but probably unlikely and maybe not likely enough to warrant a separate forum for what may only be a few posts. The Eastern parts of Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado are already buffer zones from states east. I think it would really only be Idaho, Utah, and Canada. I think we can just go with putting them under the state in the search area that you first enter after the wwwh outside of the search area.
  3. I would suggest adding a 5th forum for OTHER WWWH than only the 4 state search area on the map... What if someone's WWWH does not belong to or fall within the 4 state area? This is a possibility is it not?
  4. Another border of Yellowstone as WWWH theory with a different starting point... From TTOTC Solution by TxTH You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/10/28/ttotc_solution/
  5. Poncha Springs, CO

    From A Grande Rio... by Springer42 You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/10/27/grande_rio/ *****NOTE: THE ABOVE SOLVES ENDS UP AT/NEAR THE RIO GRANDE WHICH IS NOT WHERE THE CHEST IS PER FF HIMSELF*****
  6. Another solve from Dal's site with this WWWH. Jonny's Wyoming Adventure You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/09/13/jonnys-wyoming-adventure/
  7. From The Prospect of Leadville by BlazingWiseA55 You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/07/15/the-prospect-of-leadville/
  8. Bob, Came across a solve with the area you were looking at - you can find the thread (with links to the solve on Dal's site) here:
  9. From Warm Springs Part One and Warm Springs Part Two by Marvin Candle. You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/07/18/warm-springs-one/ and here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/07/19/warm-springs-part-two/
  10. Still another write-up of this Ojo Caliente River/Rio Chama confluence, Michael D writes about it in his solve Begin at Warm Eye. You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/07/14/warm-eye/
  11. Last week
  12. From A Search in New Mexico by Jeremy Parnell More details can be found here: http://dalneitzel.com/2015/06/15/search-new-mexico/
  13. I don't disagree that a consolidated page/thread for sites like that would be helpful, but it's outside the scope of this forum. I suppose if it's something you feel strongly about, you could collect a number of them and write it up somehow, then send it to Dal to potentially post somewhere. Your post here did remind me that there was an associated WWWH resource that I've been meaning to put up on this site. It's over in the Gallery Section of the site, but here's the link to make it easy:
  14. Hot Springs Map

    Another useful map - the full map can be found here: https://maps.ngdc.noaa.gov/viewers/hot_springs/
  15. I would love to see a thread for web pages that may be helpful in the chase. Pages like https://history.denverlibrary.org/sites/history/files/Place_Names_of_Colorado.pdf and brief explanation of site, this site lists the names of places in Colorado.
  16. North Entrance - Yellowstone NP

    I wasn't arguing against inclusion so much as presenting what I think is useful info for anyone looking into North Entrance - Yellowstone NP (or any of its cognates) for the first time here. It's different from but similar to any other assessment of what follows from any other WWWH on offer.
  17. North Entrance - Yellowstone NP

    I don't disagree but as our primary focus is on the wwwh, this seems like a different starting point, even if the various solves you referenced all converge fairly quickly. The borders of Yellowstone seem to be a common wwwh irrespective of Boiling River/Mammoth Hot Springs.
  18. North Entrance - Yellowstone NP

    Except for the particular WWWH, this is again functionally equivalent to the Boiling River and Mammoth Hot Springs entries - all 3 of them get going at the confluence of the Gardner and Yellowstone Rivers (at Gardiner MT), and proceed down the Yellowstone from there. Same with this "Gypsy's Kiss" vlog by Toby Younis and Shelley Carney - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AAsKyfYfHA jake
  19. Boiling River, Gardiner, WY/MT

    Thanks guys for the correction. Either way, the solve likely heads into Montana.
  20. Boiling River, Gardiner, WY/MT

    Duplicates have the potential to be confusing I think. And you make a pretty compelling argument. I think I'll just move it if I can figure out how.
  21. Boiling River, Gardiner, WY/MT

    Technically Boiling River is in Wyoming. Parking area is in Montana and it is a short walk south of the border to get to Boiling river. (I think) I think duplicate on this one would be fine. GE does show a point north of the border but the real boiling river is south of it down a path you will not see unless you use sat view. Using sat view you can follow that path find boiling hot springs and the roughly 145 yard river that flows from there into the Gardner river at a point still south of the border.
  22. I'm sort of mentally marking the ones I think are solid and/or worthy of some additional research, but I'm not sure if there's a way to differentiate them on the forum (or if that's even something that should be done).
  23. Boiling River, Gardiner, WY/MT

    Google says MT though if that's where the parking lot is, I suppose it would. Any thoughts on whether to move the thread, leave it as is, or have a duplicate?
  24. Paradox Valley - SE of Bedrock, CO

    I read his solve many years ago and thought it's way to complicated. I can't even force myself to read it again. Imo, the real solution will be much more simple and elegant.
  25. Boiling River, Gardiner, WY/MT

    Technically Boiling River is in Wyoming. Parking area is in Montana and it is a short walk south of the border to get to Boiling river. (I think)
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  27. From San Antonio Hot Springs by Cynthia You can find more details here: http://dalneitzel.com/2014/10/18/san_antonio/
  28. I fixed the spelling in the title - Thanks. Have not had a chance to look at the site you linked, but it sounds interesting.
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