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« on: October 20, 2010, 01:24:26 am »
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Just to the left of Mt. Olympus peak in Salt Lake City if you study it in the early morning before the sun comes up, you can see a "U" shape.  Rather a wide and shallow "U" and to the right of that a turtle with the butt end pointing towards the U.  It means treasure here.  It has all the markings of a spanish treasure mine.  You can reach it by going up Neffs canyon in front.  You'll pass by a couple of other old spanish rescue mines, nothings in them because they were sunk next to the actual mine in case of a cave in.  A 2 box detector would be in order to find caches usually buried near the entrance. 
My legs are too old to try to hobble up there, so I'm passing this on to younger blood.

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« Reply #1 on: October 20, 2010, 02:12:24 pm »
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You're not the first person to think there is treasure up there. Why do you still believe it's still there?

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« Reply #2 on: October 20, 2010, 10:01:40 pm »
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Behind Mt. Olympus there is another mountain range entrance "U" with a turtle, so there are multiple mines.  And all are up on top. I think the peak is just under 10,000 feet.  I think many have gone up Neff's canyon, I know there is a cavern discovered in 1950 that is nearly 1200 feet deep before running into water.  So there you have it.

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You just repeated your first post. The question remains. Why do you believe it is still there? Why do you believe it has not already been recovered?

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