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Mike, that is an outstanding button. I just love the Mass state seal.
How are you guys digging around here? Still got snow on the ground and where there's no snow the ground is frozen solid. I know some guys have been hitting the deep woods because the ground doesn't freeze up as much. I tested this theory in the woods near my house and found that it would take some serious heavy equipment to get to a target.
Oh well, we're into February and the days are getting longer and the sun is getting stronger. Won't be long before we're complaining about the ticks....
Anyhow, you got yourself one fantastic looking button.
Thanks Brian we have been lucky the site is in the woods and has been very diggable
We went back yesterday were the snow melted its starting to freeze hard.
But i did get this from a 6X6 block of ice dirt.