ST. GEORGE – In Episode 21 of the “No Filter Show” Paul Ford and Grady Sinclair set out to to find Spanish gold and hidden treasures from time past, with guidance from Steve Shaffer and Tim Draper of the We Nooch Society and a little help from a modern day device developed by NASA.
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The adventure begins at the now historic site of the Mountain Meadows Massacre and continues through the old pioneer town of Pinto, nestled nicely on the Old Spanish Trail, which was used by early Spanish explorers as early as the late 1500s and later by Dominguez and Escalante in 1776. (See ed. note.) From there, the adventurers head up to the Lion’s Mouth on Dixie National Forest – a grand rock formation with picture glyphs created by the Fremont Indians sometime in the period A.D. 700-1300.
Ed. note: Clarification made regarding dates.
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