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  1. #526
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    And you are so confused! Get help my friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    And you are so confused! Get help my friend.
    Of what confusion do you refer?
    You seem to be lost direction in the current dialog.
    Did the Schrodinger reference confuse you, or upset your feline affinity?
    Last edited by ECS; Jul 30, 2020 at 10:20 PM.

  3. #528
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    Quote Originally Posted by William the Conqueror View Post
    My supposedly treasure site is just a pain in the rear end . It is just covered by a bunch of rocks! It's a perfect location! I have been moving these rocks and have been digging! But I just had to stop because my mother needs my help! It's a great time to dig right now, but I am so occupied!
    And so confused my friend. Get help and we both feel better.

  4. #529
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    ECS. Read the above great interesting comments. # 526 was referencing to # 525, the last comment on page 35. Go to bed so you be able to understand my great interesting comments on Friday.

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    Honestly, Samuel, with all this confusion talk, have you gotten into Tippy's catnip stash?

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    I have asked alot of friends but they don't want to dig! I haven't convinced them 100 percent that a treasure is there?
    I just had to dig at this site rather secretly. You just have to be rather quiet. There were two black men stopped close by.They started smoking a joint, coughing up a storm, I raised up, as I had built a little wall to shield myself. It scarred them to death. Left in a flash ! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by franklin View Post
    I could tell you tales of my adventures. Some are like you describe.
    I once hid behind one single bush in the whole area near Lexington, N.C. while two gentlemen went by men on their four wheeler.
    I once purchased a transit for line running to act as surveyors. The lady police that checked us out thought we were surveying. Many many tells of adventure in the field of treasure hunting.
    Once walked upon a sleep walking bear. Almost attacked by a raging bull one frosty morning.
    Attempted to be killed by three other treasure hunters that were kin. Never again.
    Its hard to top those encounters with the pot smokers tale, W the C!

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    Smoke more pot and you be the best of the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    Smoke more pot and you be the best of the best.
    As YOU do...?

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    That was a funny story, I think they might have crapped in there drawers! LOL I didn't partake of there wacky tobacco!

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    Quote Originally Posted by William the Conqueror View Post
    That was a funny story, I think they might have crapped in there drawers! LOL I didn't partake of there wacky tobacco!
    Heh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel - KGC View Post
    As YOU do...?
    I do not smoke Pot, I have enough problems without it.

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    Does anyone have a copy of a treasure map? I've seen that
    on the Brentwood thread, is that a authentic map? I don't have one. I just know there is a treasure, if it doesn't, why leave any symbols? It was put on the beech tree, for some reason? Even the Yankees that were masons, maybe could decipher the symbols? Wonder who did the carving! That would be nice to know? Where are the other trees that have a symbol carved on the them!

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    You have to keep looking at all trees. Good luck.

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    Only trees I've reallly seen have been on birch trees, which has symbols. Symbols have to mean something?

 

 
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