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    Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    Here is a photo of some of my 2004 jewerly finds. Most of the rings I gave to my grand daughter since I don't wear female jewerly nor male rings in the summer while water hunting. Not all the finds were found in the water as some were found in the dry sand. Only a few rings were found in grass at parks and these aren't in the pic.

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    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    Nice haul!
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    Doctor Detroit

    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    Is this usuall for people hunting at beaches? I want to try water hunting more this summer as I've alway did land before.

    LOL,
    Doctor Detroit

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    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    Outstanding, Congrats, HH Art...

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    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    WOW!
    that san marco is beautiful.
    Nice going
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    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    Very nice!
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    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    Nice haul Sandman! You give me inspiration!

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    WOW! you're my hero,ever been to the dominican republic? any advise?
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    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    That is beautiful. You're a gold magnet.

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    rb

    Re: Part of my 2004 summer jewerly finds.

    man that is a great haul for one season... keep it up. HHRB

 

 

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