Goldbeard LbNA # 41351
|Owner||Front Range Hiker|
|Placed Date||Jun 30 2008|
Goldbeard heard that his old pirate buddy was finding great treasures in Colorado. In fact, he heard that Silverbeard was just swishing a pan in the stream and finding large chunks of gold in the pan’s bottom. That sounded much easier than the plundering and pillaging Goldbeard was doing to make a living.
He traveled to Denver, bought supplies and a mule, and decided to follow Clear Creek to Blackhawk where the new fangled placer mining was making millionaires. If he found a gold deposit in the rocks, he’d never have to work again! Along the way, he spied the perfect place to stake his claim. If you’d like to find Goldbeard, you’ll have to decipher his scribbling and plan in advance for your visit.
I found directions to his claim, but it looks shifty to me.
NBZIFN DSFFL USBJMIFBE OFBS NN UXP TJYUZ UXP QPJOU GJWF
QBTT UIF USBJM JOGPSNBUJPO TJHO
DPOUJOVF UISV UXP V UVSOT JO UIF USBJM
UIFO UISV AB TXJUDICBDL BOE BOPUIFS V UVSO
BGUFS QBTTJOH UISV UIF TFDPOE TXJUDICBDL
GJOE KVOJQFS TUVNQ PO EPXOIJMM TJEF PG USBJM
MPPL VOEFS USBJMTJEF SPDL BU JUT CBTF
Box is a camoflagued lock and lock container. It contains a hand carved stamp, hand made journal and first finder certificate. Please bring your own ink. Remember to REHIDE well. Thanks!
Note: This trail has alternate use days on weekends. Hikers and bikers share the trail weekdays, but alternate on weekend days. Odd = hike, even = bike. Check the park’s web site for additional closures.