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    Possible Pre-Columbian Artifact Found - Vero Beach

    Went over to vero beach Sunday to do a little metal detecting. Found some modern coins, a silver toe ring .925, 2 buck tails - with good hooks on each- someone left their tackle in the dry sand a day or two before (will use when the time comes), two brass keys on a key chain - encrusted, a few pop tabs (older style), and this at the waters edge. Truly amazing.
    See picture with chocolate chip granola bar for size comparison.
    I hope its real. Can't believe it.
    I didn't find any cobs in the area that I searched.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tarpon192 View Post
    Went over to vero beach Sunday to do a little metal detecting. Found some modern coins, a silver toe ring .925, 2 buck tails - with good hooks on each- someone left their tackle in the dry sand a day or two before (will use when the time comes), two brass keys on a key chain - encrusted, a few pop tabs (older style), and this at the waters edge. Truly amazing.
    See picture with chocolate chip granola bar for size comparison.
    I hope its real. Can't believe it.
    I didn't find any cobs in the area that I searched.
    Damn it. Picture didn't attach.
    I'll try again. Stay tuned.

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    Here it is.
    AMAZING.
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    This is torture waiting for the image!!!!

    Edit: There it is just as I hit submit.

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    Well, what is it looking like to you?
    Cause I haven't any idea but was expecting something along the lines of the pre-Columbian copper face mask found in Melbourne last(?) week.

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    Nah the chewy granola bars are more recent than the crunchy ones although the preservatives do make them last a long time Nice rock by the way...

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    perhaps a tape measure is easier to use as a scale.

    I found a pirate pistol

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    I love the taste of water, frozen into squares, and surrounded by rum

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    Looks like an animal cracker. Maybe I'm just hungry?
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    Tarpon
    Don't worry, they will all be jealous when you find out it is a golden llama under the coral!
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    Thatís a fiery hot Cheeto pistol!

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    Itís fulgurite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by enrada View Post
    Tarpon
    Don't worry, they will all be jealous when you find out it is a golden llama under the coral!
    yes, yes, golden llama - lol

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    Wow, I find rocks like that all the tme here in Fort Pierce. I usually pick em up and throw them into deeper water.

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    OMG!!!! Knights Templar...

    see it?!?!?!

    the IN HOC SIGNO VINCES SNAKE....

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    the missing link to the Ook Island treasure!

    It is actually buried in Ft Pierce!!!!!
    Last edited by xaos; Feb 10, 2019 at 07:21 PM.
    I love the taste of water, frozen into squares, and surrounded by rum

 

 
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