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  1. #1

    Jan 2008
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    Searching quicksand

    I live near the Red River in North Texas....very near the cattle drive crossings of the 1800's. All the neighbors along the river have family stories passed to them about the dangers of quicksand along the Red. Recently a friend told me of a spot on the river, at his Ranch, where his father and grandfather witnessed a team of horses and huge cargo wagon ...full cargo wagon...become fully enveloped in a quicksand area. The driver even went down trying to save the team and load. I was wondering if it is still there and how deep. With the drought and low water levels this could be a great recovery.

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    Porter Township, Western Schuylkill County, Pa.
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    Re: Searching quicksand

    I Never thought about drought vs Quicksand,
    But if your Sure it dried up, I Guess it couldn't hurt to try
    Getting a signal.

    I'm only Guessing it could have Sunk to "Jabip"
    as we say But ya never Know.
    Of course the deeper you dig,
    the More odds of reaching wet Quicksand

  3. #3

    Jan 2008
    10

    Re: Searching quicksand

    Along the same lines.....a few years ago a paddle wheel steam ship wreck was found in the same area. You can now see the wreckage very well in the sand bars. The University of Texas has "declared" it their property so.....there it sits.

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    Jan 2007
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    Re: Searching quicksand



    In the South Canadian river in Ok there have been found all sorts of things, including longhorn cow skulls, bison bones, old copper doctors medicene bottle case, Indian relic's, etc.......
    I have sank in up to my knees before, pretty scary, they say to sit down & roll out, but I walked out fast.

    Fossis..............
    fossil hunter Indian Artifact collector MDer Antique collector

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    Re: Searching quicksand

    tie a rope around you and to a tree or some thing and give it a try
    Good Luck

  6. #6
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    Jan 2007
    U.S.A.
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    Re: Searching quicksand

    And don't go alone!

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    Missouri
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    Re: Searching quicksand

    I agree don't go alone, have found myself in strange situations in the past.
    Have detector, Will Travel RJW

 

 

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