The Hunt

Next Hunt March 2018!!

Winner Receives $100.00 cash, a trophy, and a Tee Shirt of your choice from the TTT Shop!

Hints to the location of the treasure will be posted below the rules.

Every Thursday after the first week without the treasure being recovered another hint will be posted.
Rules:
You Must Hunt and Recover the 1″ Coin as Pictured.  Engraved with Contact Info.

Once you find the Coin you must take a photo or video of the recovery and recovery site.  You must include the coin and yourself in the photo or video. Send the digital file to the Hunt Master.
Additional Rules:
I WILL Respect private property and not treasure hunt without the owner’s permission.
I WILL Observe all laws, national, state and local laws.
I WILL Respect the land and fill all excavations.
I WILL Appreciate and protect our heritage of natural resources including wildlife.
I WILL Conduct myself in a professional and courteous manner at all times.
I WILL Leave gates and fences as found.
I WILL Properly dispose of any trash recovered and not litter.
I WILL NOT Tamper or destroy any structure, sign or any facilities equipment.
All Hunters will not hold Tenacious Treasure Tracker and it’s employees liable for any damages caused by a hunters actions.
Tenacious Treasure Tracker has the right to modify, or cancel any hunt.
Tenacious Treasure Tracker is the final judge for all finds.

Please Feel Free to post comments below.

Hints

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  1. Congratulations Winn! This was a difficult search with all the junk signals and few good one proving out.
    Well done and well earned.
    Joe

  2. Saw lots of evidence of other TH’ers diggings, some good some poor. This park is being worked! Better get out and put in your efforts soon.

    I got up early… there was no worm.
    Anon

  3. Went out today for about 4 hours of digging trash (got a big pouch full). This seems typical of a new park made from old green belt rough. Oh, I did get one dime and two
    Zinc’n Lincolns. 🙁 (Happy B-day to me! Woo Hoo!)
    Also passed by the new clue (though I didn’t know that was what it was at the time.) This is a tough hunt so far…

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  4. #9 hunt is complete and I have the token! Utah Park where the last clue pointed, is where it was 5 inches down, came up like a penny. It was in between 3 pine trees with the score board not too far away. Thanks again Brian for all the fun!

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  5. 5/1, traipsed all over the area and then some, still no match on the rock in clue 6. Token is still at large…

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      There are only two “City and County” distinctions in Colorado. But there are several counties with a town of the same name. Not the same thing.
      Have a great day and Happy Hunting,
      Brian

  6. Woo Hoo I found it! This was the 5th trip to the park and after about 1 hour the token was finally able to find me! It was exactly where the clues led us to and was not difficult to extract. Great hunt Trackerbrian!

  7. Went back for a short visit on 7/15. Dry ground, lots of trash, almost no goodies. Met a chap from the Springs that had been there from 11 a.m. to about 5 p.m., he had found a few dollars in coin and a 14K but that was about all. I must be using the wrong bait, this token just won’t give me a nibble. Will have to be ‘Tenacious’ to ‘Track’ this one down.

  8. Sat down and solved the clues last night(7/10). Not too hard with all that was posted. Went out tonight (7/11) for an hour or two and worked the site. .. no joy yet. Will be back again.

  9. Hunt #6, hit the park, found 7 dollars in quarters, 3 rings, a Gold-N-Detectors token worth $2.50, but no Tenacious Treasure Tracker Token. Still do not understand the Iowa hint, but the other clues fit perfectly….luckily for the other ‘trackers’, I live far from that park and have a job. Brian, thanks again for the fun of “The Hunt”.

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  10. It’s obvious that more than one person didn’t get the memo: There is NO digging allowed in Denver County Parks. The exception being playgrounds and dirt areas-flower beds and construction. We are allowed probes and or a slim screwdriver.
    To add further insult people are buying the trash back in the hole or leaving it on the ground.
    Our best defense to the Park Rangers has been picking up trash and leaving no evidence of our retrieval.
    Let’s not give the Rangers a reason to close the parks to detecting, again

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  11. Tried searching where the snow was blown away during the blizzard and the sun did it,s job melting away the snow. No token found 🙁 But Did dig a surprise of three small 10k rings with horseshoes and/or diamond chips from one hole. Wow! And the search/fun continues… Was there on Friday. Happy Easter.

  12. Guess what I found today? At Sherwood Hills Park, I picked up a nice token!
    Thanks Brian for another great treasure hunt!
    Cindy

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