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AARRRRR!!!! You be looking for the Wanderer's Booty. They have hidden the treasure with an easy walk. But beware of the wanderer's ghost that guards the treasure. He's always watching and like's to take pictures when you don't expect it.
You need to drive to the COORD's above. You'll need to gather the numbers listed below of my crewmates that have moved on to Davey Jones locker.
Capt. Aaron Hammond and the date he died.
Capt. Daniel E. Potter and the date he died.
1st Mate Barnet Mason, the date he died and how old he was.
Capt. Hammond ~ Take the second to the last number in the year he died and place this in "A" and the last number in the month he died and place it in "B"
Capt. Potter ~ Take the month he died and place it in "C" and the day he died and place it in "D"
1st Mate Mason ~ Take the 3rd number in the year he was BORN and place it in "E" Take the last number in the year he died and subtract it from the day he died place this number in "F"
N 42' EA.ADA
W 073' BC.FDE
Use the COORD's from Stage 1 and drive here. There is parking close by. The hill is alittle steep if you walk north there is an opening in the guardrails. From here it's a short walk to find stage two and the final COORD's.
After finding Stage two it's a short walk to the Booty. This part is for the kids. It's not a hard find. But remember that the Wanderer's Ghost maybe watching. Good Luck and have fun.
There is some hunting in this area so please use caution during hunting season.
Seeing that this ones for the kids you will find the Wanderer's Booty is made for kids. Please take only one bag per child and let them fill it. You don't have to leave anything behind. Unless it's "pirate" treasure
A twist for the adults. There is a sachel full of coins for us.
Please swap one for one (Coins).
Fgntr Bar ~ Tbbq yhpx
Fgntr Gjb ~ Ybaryl Gerr
Fgntr Guerr ~ Ab arrq sbe n pyhr
Last Updated: on 7/21/2017 5:58:10 PM Pacific Daylight Time (12:58 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum