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  • #16
    FROZEN chicken poop!

    (Sometimes, one must actually pick it up before one knows….)
    Last edited by Cecilia; 07-20-2021, 09:53 AM.
    Digging in GA, ‘bout a mile from the Savannah River


    • Flint Eastwood
      Flint Eastwood commented
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      I am laughing while I type this…sorry for any typos!

  • #17
    Leaves and bird droppings....have actually grabbed both realizing at that very moment it was to🙂
    JR, from jackson co, southern indiana


    • #18
      I've found leaves in the shape of every known subtype in name e ology... Sometimes they look good enough to get the heart pumping. Then again sometimes those 6.5 inch leaves are rhyolite after being poked by a walking stick!
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      North Carolina


      • #19
        cigarette butts sometimes look like shell barrel beads....
        Professor Shellman
        Tampa Bay


        • #20
          Willow leaf….though the type of point is unheard of here, I still get worked up seeing a willow leaf.😔
          Wandering wherever I can, mostly in Eastern Arkansas, always looking down.


          • SurfaceHunter
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            The Georgia oak leaves turn black in the creeks they always fool me

        • #21
          Old rubber pieces that come off tractor tires looks just like black flint in a plowed field. Believe it or not the old rubber hardens like a rock and can take the shape of many things but it feels lighter like coal when you pick it up. Usually have to put fire to it to positively identify.
          SE ARKANSAS