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  1. #61
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    Oct 2006
    SW Idaho
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    Quote Originally Posted by snake35
    Interesting thread. After my first divorce I learned to spread my stashes out into diffrent locations. That way if someone finds one your not out. Also keep most of it off your own property unless by this time you have learned to hide it in sub chapter S corporations or L.L.C,s .
    LMAO, but sick and wrong!

  2. #62
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    Colonial Coin Hunter

    Apr 2004
    PA
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    hmm now that's an interesting cache find! WTG SkierBob!
    Maybe part of some Geo-cache though unlikely.
    Maybe Warren Buffet is working on a treasure hunt book/contest? *L*
    anyway - great find!
    'Never be afraid to try something new. Remember, amateurs built the ark. Professionals built the Titanic.'
    Found with EX II
    1723 Spanish Two Reale
    1786, 1787, 1789 and no-date Spanish One reales (two at 10 deep)
    Nova Constellatio with no date (1783-1786) at 12 deep
    Liberty Cap Copper with no date (1793-1796),
    Draped Bust Copper (with no date)
    1796 Draped Bust Copper
    1807 Draped Bust Copper
    1809 CAPPED BUST DIME
    1854 Seated Quarter
    1901 Barber Quarter.
    1870s and 1880s Indian heads

  3. #63
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    Very ,very cool . Makes you wonder what type of person would bury such loot .Do they not have any family to give it to or they just a little strange in their thinking. Any way it is your gain for sure. Thanks for sharing.
    God and country.

  4. #64
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    Apr 2007
    Colonial, PA
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    What was the VDI reading? How deep? Nice cache!

  5. #65
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    Sep 2007
    La Pine Oregon
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    Those were placed thier recently.
    you found some ones stash.
    shame on you..lol truth is though i would have taken it too.
    i would bet they were found on private property

  6. #66
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    Feb 2007
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    Nice bottle find and they washed up so clean too.
    http://www.thegoldenolde.com

  7. #67
    us
    Jul 2007
    western new york
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    what more can be said WOW!! nice job and congrats 10 times over.

  8. #68

    Dec 2007
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    At first I thought, "Oh god he's dug up someone's retirement fund!"
    Then I thought "Oh god he took someone's geocaching cache!"

    Then I thought, if it's not a retirement fund and not a geocache...what is it!!? People just bury perfectly good coinage on purpose for other people to dig up!?! How cool is that! lol

    I used to do geocaching a couple of years ago and plan to get back into it again soon. But this is a whole new concept to me, lol. In geocaching you're not supposed to bury the cache, and also you aren't supposed to take it! lol you take something and leave something , and usually there's a log for you to sign/date.

    Anyway , great find! Especially since there were clues, if there were no clues, I'd be realllly scared I stole someone's life savings!

    http://www.geocaching.com/


  9. #69
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    Please leave a ring after the beep!

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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    WOWEEEEEEE !! What an awesome find. Gosh, how much fun was that? I just love the whole mystery thing and then actually finding something.....alot of somethings!! Way to go........What a great experience and memory for you!!

    Happy Hunting,
    Moon
    Even the mightiest Oak in the forest is just a little nut that held it's ground!!

  10. #70

    Dec 2007
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    ohhhh
    so thats were i buried them.welp thanks for finding it for me.......
    god please. you have all the power in the universe.please god bring brian back to us.

  11. #71
    A swinger to the end!

    Nov 2007
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    OMG!!! That is a dream come true! absolutely incredible!

  12. #72
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    It's been almost a year.

    Did you ever find more?

    Did you ever decide to write the basic story without details?

  13. #73

    Jun 2006
    Southeastern PA
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    Hey Montana,

    Good to hear from you, Jim. It's been a while since anybody responded on this thread. Coincidentally, I just got back from a ski trip to Whitefish, MT. Had a fantastic time there and at Fernie in B.C. Unbelievable snow. They've had 360 inches already this year. They've hit their average already with two months of the ski season to go.

    Anyway, I haven't written up the whole story about the caches. The one I posted here was actually the last one I found. I have put together a little story about the first cache I found and I have some pictures of that one that my buddy took. But I can't seem to get the guts to post it. I realize how hard it is for anybody to believe it. I think that all the theories people have come up with are wrong, accept for possibly one. That was posed to me by a fellow Tnetter larrybass. We both seem to think that the caches were planted for the benefit of the person's heirs. In other words, he left a cache or two as inheritances for his neices or nephews, etc. to search for and locate on their own. I've got a feeling that he might be really pissed that other people discovered his plan. He put a whole lot of work into it. But he shouldn't have buried the stuff on public land. He had to know that there were people with metal detectors who could find it without knowing his clues. Or, maybe he didn't think that metal detectors really work, like a lot of people. Anyway, by burying the stuff on public land, I feel that he was donating it to anybody who could find it. I and others were happy to oblige him. The quest made for the most exciting 3 years of my life. I still get goosebumps thinking about it.

    So, I may post parts of the story and/or pictures from time to time, but the whole story would require a book. I may do that too someday.
    Bob

  14. #74
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    Oct 2007
    Chester County, PA
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    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    I don't get tired of reading this, Bob! Your gain, congrats! Three years is a long time but the payoff was worth it. I love that you found it not too far from me. Don't say too much, I actually might know the area. Nah, it's yours and you deserve it! I have hunted an old Delco mill site and came home with only relics due to about 30 years of beer cans and trash being dumped on it. I was pretty disappointed. I would hunt with you anytime though. Good luck with future finds. Take care!

  15. #75

    Jan 2005
    18

    Re: Picture journal of a modern cache

    what digging tool are you using?

 

 
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