Welcome to the site where the owners and members have had it with playing "nice" and being "inclusive" and "tolerant" of points of view that are destroying the fabric of what made this country great. The members here are sick and tired of politicians of all parties lying, deceiving, stealing, and pretending they are doing it all for the good of the country while selling out to special interests who have the set goal of destroying this country. We have had enough of career politicians who use their office only for personal gain, and who refuse to listen to the people who put them in office. The membership is no longer part of the silent majority who play nice and get along while getting screwed by anyone with a loud voice and an agenda. We will no longer allow anyone to piss down our back and tell us it's raining. And we like guns too.

Go Back   DIRTYDOZENSBUNKER, LLC > Outdoor Sports & Activities > Camping, Backpacking, Outdoor Survival Skills
Photo Gallery DDB Store Arcade Register rel="nofollow">Mark Forums Read

Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 05-22-2018, 01:59 PM   #1
Sanders's Avatar
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 53,605

Looks like fun. With all the folks out in Flagstaff for the Overland Expo West, last weekend, I bet someone went out and found it, though.

From the e-mail:

is giving you a chance to find one of their incredible timepieces.

The team at Overland Journal and Expedition Portal have hidden a SEAHOLM Offsore Diver in the mountains of Arizona and it's waiting to be found!

If you're looking for some adventure on your way to or from the Overland Expo, or if you're just out exploring Arizona
we have a very rewarding treasure hunt for you!

We explored the forests, mountains and cliffs overlooking majestic red rock canyons. South of the 40, West of the 17, East of the 89 and North of 89A.

It's a moderate overland route
that can be done with any 4-wheel drive or adventure motorcycle.

Stay updated with daily clues and bread crumbs on the Overland Journal and Expedition Portal Facebook pages:


Remember to stay sharp and look for clues hidden in our posts! Here are some ideas to get you started:

3505'51.0"N 11225'19.4"W

3515'18.0"N 11156'19.5"W

3513'08.0"N 11216'37.3"W

3513'08.0"N 11216'37.3"W

3502'47.8"N 11143'60.0"W

SEAHOLM Watches launched earlier this year after several years of design and testing before making them available. Their approach is to design to a higher standard than typical automatic watches, with a focus on building legacy worthy timepieces that can be used all the time in any environment and conditions. Much like overlanders they are durable and dependable for exploring the world.

The winner will keep the treasure, a $2,000 SEAHOLM Offshore Diver!
Plus they will receive a three-year subscription to Overland Journal
and an extensive gift pack!

If the watch is already found by the time you get there, post a picture of yourself at the location and you'll receive a mini-subscription to Overland Journal.
Μολών Λαβέ!! WWHBD

"The truly dangerous man dresses inconspicuously and is soft- spoken. He walks away from most confrontations. The only time you learn that the truly dangerous man is mad at you is a split second before you die, for he never fights. He only kills. The truly dangerous man knows that fighting is what children do and killing is what men do." - Charley Reese 1986
Sanders is online now   Reply With Quote
Old 05-22-2018, 02:08 PM   #2
Sanders's Avatar
Join Date: Mar 2006
Posts: 53,605

I was right, it was found. Saw a post on the flakebook site-

Overland Journal
May 17 at 11:12am

It's Official. Jason Cornell and his son found the SEAHOLM Offshore Diver watch! Congratulations to this great father and son team who put their geocaching skills to work using only the first set of rudimentary clues and a the picture we posted of the view. Well done and well deserved, I have a feeling this watch, and its story, will be in their family for generations to come. Thanks to everyone for their enthusiasm!
Sanders is online now   Reply With Quote

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off

Forum Jump

All times are GMT -4. The time now is 05:49 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.5
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.