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  • Hal Gorges
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    A little coastal town, , pinellas county..I actually failed 2years, cuzz I skipped school, ( to go fishing hunting, cycle riding). it worked out great, Miss June was a good student an she caught up with me and we graduated together, ain’t that a hoot, I’m reminded daily how strange life is.

  • Tam
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    Wow where was that at Hal ? That’s a thread in itself .
    I just remember we played sports so hard in school we were just dripping wet from sweat in the summer . Now the kids don’t even have PE in some schools .

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  • Hal Gorges
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    I hated school, back then we had windows in classrooms, always lookin out them windows, dreaming of fishing, or arrowhead hunting, or some such, some of the kids rode horses to school, some came barefoot . I guess that says it all. Lol.
    Last edited by Hal Gorges; 07-09-2021, 07:49 PM.

  • Tam
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    Class is in session ! , I love it

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  • Hal Gorges
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    That’s so cute, Hey, thanks for everything.

  • Cecilia
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    I’m dancin’!💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽

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  • Hal Gorges
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    Beautiful,no wonder there wasn’t anything left when I went back,Ha Ha...some nice honey colored thin hernando’s could be made from that stuff.
    Last edited by Hal Gorges; 07-07-2021, 01:06 PM.

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ID:	567710 Native-checked "Lenses" of Baybottom chert. This chert sometimes/often occurs in lenses between crusty or limerocky layers.

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  • SDhunter
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    Lol. Yea. Me too!

  • Hal Gorges
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    Lotsa laughter, you know I will if I can Red

  • Hal Gorges
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    Thank you for lookin

  • redrocks
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    Very interesting Hal. Keep them coming

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  • Hal Gorges
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    Thank you for the comment, SD.. Hope your next point is a clovis

  • SDhunter
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    Thanks Hal. I have always wondered about this lithic

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