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  • ​Kim
    Last edited by Mattern; 10-09-2020, 03:48 PM.
    Knowledge is about how and where to learn more Knowledge that you seek. Snyder County Pa.

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    • I walked outta house with iPad in hand, steady talking about artifact to son-in-law mechanic. I stopped short. This was in my driveway, and truly pics cannot do it “justice(?)”
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      Digging in GA, ‘bout a mile from the Savannah River

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      • redrocks
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        That's cool C. ..son in law -Gearhead yes? I'd say Chevy. Olds....or Buick?
        Last edited by redrocks; 10-10-2020, 08:29 PM.

    • It’s a ‘79(?) Olds Cutlass, the white and yellow (subtle🤪 checkered pattern on the white) parts all hand-painted, as are “invisible” black skulls either side back end. Giant fancy painting of pattern with centered skull on hood, and other funky renderings. But most amazing to me is bright yellow, extensive, intricately-padded “pleather” interior and matching top (which appears to be attached to outside roof and body with fancy studs). Very few things cause me to stop talking mid-sentence and my jaw to drop. New owner brought to son-in-law and doesn’t know history, but clearly somebody spent many, many, many hours making it look like this (why?). Since you guys find it fascinating too, maybe take pictures tomorrow of its finer, more unusual distinctions (and boy, is this sucker distinct...)

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      Last edited by Cecilia; 10-11-2020, 12:11 PM.
      Digging in GA, ‘bout a mile from the Savannah River

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      • Cecilia
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        No. They have a Jeep. This is car he’s working on. My back property kinda looking like junkyard; I’m trying to hide three extra cars before unpleasant new, old neighbor calls police. (She loves to do that to everyone in neighborhood—-grass too long, trash can by curb 2 days, dogs barking in house etc.—-think she was born unhappy....!)
        Last edited by Cecilia; 10-18-2020, 09:45 PM.

      • Fat
        Fat commented
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        I dont get it? She calls police and they show up and mow and haul off garbage.
        To protect and serve?
        What does she do with her trash? Burn it?

      • Fat
        Fat commented
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        ......barking dogs...... natives ate them first.....

    • My pics are still screwy
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      N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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      • Cecilia
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        I’m so glad Dick’s back straps still intact! He’s a fine, happy-looking fella! And, looks like he appreciates beautiful roses, too....good picture, Fat! Thank you.

        Hope Earl doing ok.
        Last edited by Cecilia; 10-15-2020, 11:39 AM.

      • Fat
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        I tried to have him hold it in mouth but he wasn’t agreeing to that

      • Cecilia
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        Fat, you are an “anomaly“: sweet dog, sweet kitty, pretty roses, cougar back straps!

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      • Cecilia
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        I just now saw LadyBug posing as Hibiscus (?) part! Wonderful!

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      • Cecilia
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        Dang! That’s impressive...a bee, midair!

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      Last edited by Hoss; 10-17-2020, 09:13 AM.
      N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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      • Cecilia
        Cecilia commented
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        Does the device that you're using to take pics have an “edit” option? If does, you can turn ‘em with that....

      • Hoss
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        I turned it for you there they look more like they are on this side of the planet now.

      • Fat
        Fat commented
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        Haa, LoL, thats a good one.
        Thank you.
        If this machine was so smart, wouldn’t it realize that Im in the North hemisphere ALL the time?
        The smart one is selling me $6 worth of copper and plastic for $600 or whatever these devices are over priced at...


    • marigolds..not bad for free seeds that came with Lay's Potato chips right? Click image for larger version

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      SW Connecticut

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      • Fat
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        It was 30 above at 9am here.

      • redrocks
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        It's in 40s here in morning but it's.good cuz I start.finding artifact down the river.. in cold I I'm waiting

    • Here’re Fat’s Earl and Dick, right side up:
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      Digging in GA, ‘bout a mile from the Savannah River

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      • Fat
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        Im surprised by how many people “loose a dog” without a replacement.
        When your best dogs are getting older is best time to get a puppy. They learn faster when they have an example. There will always be those extra special animals but they “pick up” the basics so much faster.
        More than 2 at a time causes other issues but when you keep starting from scratch, so do “they”.
        Earl is my first cat, he retrieves pretty good but will not “whoa”..

      • Cecilia
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        Earl is Dick’s cat!

      • Hoss
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        did not see this until I fixed Fat's and scrolled . Nice job CC

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      N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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      • redrocks
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        Man u gotta find a point made outta that rose quartz ..! You got one!?

      • Fat
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        I dont. It wasn’t a lithic used around here. I have a “root cellar” Im going to “rejuvenate”. I’m going to use some “plate chalcedony and I’m thinking this “rose” to give it a “mountain, landslide, cave“, kind of “look.

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      N.E Colorado, Nebraska panhandle

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        • My Dad late 1940's early 1950's shooting a long bow.
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          • Fat
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            Thats a weather warn rock.
            This pic reminds me of me. “Dang, Ill never find that arrow now“ or “watch how far this baby will stick into that tree” never to be pulled out again...

          • Cecilia
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            Gosh. This lil’ off-the-wall, maybe too weird an analogy, maybe even esoteric, but this pic reminds me not of westerns, not of mountain-man movies, but of Edgar Rice Boroughs’ stories, including those about Tarzan. “I am Man. I can do...”

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          🐜 🎤 SW Georgia

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          • Pardon that posted this recently but it was buried in late reply in another part of forum, and was so overly taken with it felt must wave it in front of faces. I put OldRocks’ Dino Do on top of spotlight, and the Universe was revealed in some heavy-duty, poetic connection:
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            Digging in GA, ‘bout a mile from the Savannah River

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            • redrocks
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              Nice glamour shot of Dino Doo..... wow

            • Fat
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              Hubble telescope picture

            • antmike915
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              Probably how the inside of my stomach looks after eating microwave burritos
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