Along the way, they face dangerous foes and obstacles that they will have to get through in order to find the treasure, in a classic treasure hunt.
It’s like going on a treasure hunt guided by a map, which in this case is represented by historical data.
The abrupt ending to the treasure hunt, and the fact that it came just before Fenn’s death, has led some to believe that their time would be better spent investigating Stuef’s story than where Fenn hid the treasure.
I thought that learning about them, and maybe trying to track one down, would be a kind of geographic treasure hunt, a fun way to try to understand how maps shape our understanding of space.
Chasing rarities is certainly exciting—like an ephemeral, high-stakes treasure hunt where the pot of gold has wings—but the hobby can also turn into an obsession.
Going to the library was like a treasure hunt, an expedition.
But for every successful treasure hunt, there are works that are indeed lost forever.
These sculptures all around the city make the vastness almost like a treasure hunt!
This week Fenn appeared on The Today Show, and NBC Nightly News touting the treasure hunt, and reigniting the search for his gold.
“With this book, you sort of go on a treasure hunt,” said Leibovitz.
And a climactic treasure hunt among the subterranean Martian labyrinths.
Wetting his fingers, Brad gave the shrill whistle which had been agreed upon as the signal to mark the end of the treasure hunt.
With the treasure hunt over, all the Cubs gathered on the beach for a council fire and “feed.”
The day previous Miss Carver and another teacher had come down the lake and made arrangements for a treasure hunt.
The idea of going on a treasure hunt filled them with great interest.
On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to treasure hunt, such as: fishing expedition, inquisition, and persecution.
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