So what is worth the cold?
Bronzes per Forrest? I have wondered if it’s in a secret compartment inside a bronze like he talks about having the lids to the jars being a secret technique to do. He talks to the children about bronzes being cold.
If it’s worth the cold, then doesn’t that mean you can see it better when it’s cold? So maybe you have to go when it’s cold, but it’s been suggested not to go when there’s snow. So that leaves fall and spring. What happens then? That’s when the plants don’t have so much growth on them which might be hiding it?
Inside a damp cave?
Snow and ice? They aren’t always around.
Higher elevation? Could be a more directional thing and that might make sense.
Northern states? Same as above.
The name of something like a street or body of water that means cold? Agua Fria?
Page 41 he talks about going to the cemetery when it wasn’t too cold. So maybe a cemetery is part of this.