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    Angry How To Make It Snow 2 Feet In One Simple Step

    1.) Order a new metal detector.

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    Sep 2011
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    2. Have plans to go out with a buddy to hunt new cellar holes...
    SPECTRA V3i, BH 505, Pro-Pointer. Lesche Digger Oldest Copper: 1694 William & Mary Halfpenny. Oldest Silver 1663 1-Reale Cob.


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    Always A Great Day In PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rebel View Post
    2. Have plans to go out with a buddy to hunt new cellar holes...

    The Connecticut guy knows what I'm talking about lol!!
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    Earlier this am...burrr....

    Quote Originally Posted by SlateBeltDigger View Post
    The Connecticut guy knows what I'm talking about lol!!
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    SPECTRA V3i, BH 505, Pro-Pointer. Lesche Digger Oldest Copper: 1694 William & Mary Halfpenny. Oldest Silver 1663 1-Reale Cob.


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    Quote Originally Posted by The Rebel View Post
    Earlier this am...burrr....
    I guess I'm in denial, I woke up intending to go do my first round of shoveling then the skies opened up again. Right now (1:10pm) I'd call it close to white out conditions out there. I'll wait to shovel until later tonight. Easily one of my least favorite things to do. I'll cut grass all summer and not complain once, but the few times per year I need to shovel snow I get all *****y about it.
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    You caused this !

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlateBeltDigger View Post
    1.) Order a new metal detector.
    So Your the Culprit
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlateBeltDigger View Post
    I guess I'm in denial, I woke up intending to go do my first round of shoveling then the skies opened up again. Right now (1:10pm) I'd call it close to white out conditions out there. I'll wait to shovel until later tonight. Easily one of my least favorite things to do. I'll cut grass all summer and not complain once, but the few times per year I need to shovel snow I get all *****y about it.
    No I Love Shoveling snow, as Long as the Sun is Shining and I Have Sun Glasses on. and snow storms are rare of course.
    I Just ordered New Sun Glasses Friday When I Heard this was Coming and Saw the Sun will be out Wednesday.
    and it should break 33f
    as long as the Mail gets Through, The glasses should be here tomorrow Morning
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    They are forecasting a polar vortex for super bowl Sunday. High temps shown as below zero so hopefully they are off by a few degrees.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlateBeltDigger View Post
    1.) Order a new metal detector.
    Isn’t that just monumentally annoying? Here in southern Wisconsin you don’t even have to order a machine, all you have to do is THINK about detecting and...WHAM-O! Instant bull&#$@ going on outside.
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    Dec 2019
    Iowa
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    Yup my Nox 800 comes tomorrow. Guess what biggest blizzard of the year here happens on THAT day...
    Check out my YouTube Channel!-Coinboy Detecting and collecting! https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCFLxG6yeF6ejxaAUp6vpaow
    Winner of February 2020 Vaughan Garret's Favorite Finds for my 1754 2 Reales!
    “Today’s the day!”- Mel Fisher
    “It’s so much fun!”- Kurt from the Hoover Boys

    100 silvers in 3 years of detecting

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    Maryland
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    It's melting fast here. Sort of. You can see some bare hilltops now.

 

 

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