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    The path to treasure?

    Left my metal detector in the jeep. Too cold and the ground is like concrete. But i found this interesting tunnel,(train tracks above it) that leads to an abandoned stone house/farm. Should be some good finds back there.
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    Adventure1

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    Looks like a good place for snakes... Hit it early before they come out.. They are never fun to run into..

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    Call me Frosty

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    Thank's for the tip. But all we really have to worry about on the east coast, are garter & hog snake's to deal with.

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    Tony

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    Make sure that jeepers creepers dude isn't shacking in there first, someone may find your detector in wax on the cave ceiling one day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by picker1733 View Post
    Thank's for the tip. But all we really have to worry about on the east coast, are garter & hog snake's to deal with.
    Wow your lucky.. Where i'm from those rocks would be crawling with those slithery little buggers and probaly the ones with the rattles on the end of their tails... Good luck with the site though..

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    How cool and what an adventure! be safe and HH

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    That looks FUN!

    Agree with what everyone else said, too, about snakes & safety. Make sure you bring your cell phone with you & tell someone where you are going in case you run into trouble.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieF View Post
    That looks FUN!

    Agree with what everyone else said, too, about snakes & safety. Make sure you bring your cell phone with you & tell someone where you are going in case you run into trouble.
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    The biggest problem I've always had with snakes is the best batter to fry them in, when not smoking them over an open fire. I have used Zatarain's batter mix with beer, but just plain flour will do when nothing else is available. Add a little chili powder for an edge and then chow down. And no, it does not taste like chicken!
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    Some good BBQ sauce never hurt a open flamed Rattler either
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    be sure to take some pictures inside!

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    Id definitely be scared to go in there by my self... Hope u find lots of adventure!! Have fun but be careful!! 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by picker1733 View Post
    Thank's for the tip. But all we really have to worry about on the east coast, are garter & hog snake's to deal with.
    Not quite...might wanna consider these as well.
    http://www.fish.state.pa.us/anglerbo...attlesnake.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocBeav View Post
    Not quite...might wanna consider these as well.
    http://www.fish.state.pa.us/anglerbo...attlesnake.pdf
    And those that didn't know usually confuse the Timber's for one of those harmless snakes. I almost made that mistake playing with a one footer in Ypsilanti Mi. once...notice in the pic...they LOVE rocks.

    Good looking out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 302guy View Post
    And those that didn't know usually confuse the Timber's for one of those harmless snakes. I almost made that mistake playing with a one footer in Ypsilanti Mi. once...notice in the pic...they LOVE rocks.

    Good looking out!
    I grew up in PA and spent alot of time outdoors. Gotta know what to look out for.....remember to beware of the baby snakes, they can't regulate their venom and will give you everything they have in one shot!

 

 
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