Silverbeard LbNA # 41350
|Owner||Front Range Hiker|
|Placed Date||Jun 29 2008|
|Location||Central City, CO|
|Found By||CW Sun Seeker|
|Last Found||Aug 18 2011|
Pirates are often reflected in modern literature as rebellious, clever individuals who led their crews to lives of great riches and who operated outside the bureaucracy of their times. In reality, many pirates ate poorly, did not become fabulously wealthy, and died young. Silverbeard was tired of the bad diet and hard work for a few farthings.
While at port, Silverbeard heard about the American gold rush, and the “Richest Square Mile on Earth” in Central City Colorado. Overtaken by Gold Rush fever, he traveled to Central City and staked his claim. Being clever, he encoded the location of his claim to protect it. To find Silverbeard, you must solve the code.
Box is a small camoflagued lock and lock container. It contains a hand carved stamp, hand made journal and first finders prize. Please bring your own ink. Remember to REHIDE well. Thanks!