Written by the TreasureGuide for the exclusive use of treasurebeachesreport.BlogSpot.com.
|Kim Fisher Showing Gold Chalice.|
Source: HuffPost link below.
The Treasure Coast only has about a two foot surf right now. That is supposed to change by Friday when the surf is predicted to increase up to something more like five or six feet.
A week from now another bump up in the surf is predicted to reach something more like eight feet. Again we'll have to see if that prediction holds up.
I'm told the Turtle Trail access is now open but the Seagrape Trail access has been closed.
In February of 2012, the Lanson Winery was undergoing the renovation of a long-vacant building. As told by Enguerrand Baijot, managing director of the company, “One of the workers was attacking an abandoned building's ceiling with a crowbar when gold coins started to rain down on him.” Before the “rain of gold” ended, some 497 United States Double Eagles were lying on the floor.
Here is the link for that story.
Here is the big one for today. It is a video by HuffPost Live entitled The Quest for Treasure. Various treasure hunters are interviewed including Kim Fisher.
Also talks about other treasures and a treasure map and the Forest Treasure, which is still out there to be found. Interesting stuff.
Take a look. I think you'll like it.
That is it for today. Short and sweet. But the video will keep you busy a while.