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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Quote Originally Posted by gord
    Quote Originally Posted by Shortstack
    Cleveland B:
    Keep in mind that measurements of 66 feet is also a player. I think 16.5 feet has also been found useful, but not real sure. That's one half of 33 (obviously) and one fourth of 66.
    If you're running a KGC trail, talk to Texas Jay and Rebel KGC about your ideas. They are 2 folks who are highly knowledgeable about the subject.
    66' = 1 chain (100 links)
    16.5' = 1 rod
    - old standards for land survey.
    Very good points, gord. That info dovetails nicely with the KGC numbers of 33 and 66. All of these numbers were not only used for distance measurements, but were also used for varying compass headings and, I think in some cases, item counts.
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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    CB

    Nice new avatar...do you view as a bird at the turtles ear?
    Plow points....some were mounted where the info would be on the back (moleboard or breaking plow points) otherwise it would have wore off with the first days plowing. The plow point you posted may have been on an early planter.
    Hope this helps.

    Oddrock

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    may be some information here that may help conserning Rabits

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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Quote Originally Posted by gord
    Quote Originally Posted by Shortstack
    Cleveland B:
    Keep in mind that measurements of 66 feet is also a player. I think 16.5 feet has also been found useful, but not real sure. That's one half of 33 (obviously) and one fourth of 66.
    If you're running a KGC trail, talk to Texas Jay and Rebel KGC about your ideas. They are 2 folks who are highly knowledgeable about the subject.
    66' = 1 chain (100 links)
    16.5' = 1 rod
    - old standards for land survey.
    1 Rod=166 inches
    1 chain=66 feet
    40 rods = 1 furlong
    8 furlongs =1 mile

    common KGC stuff.
    these are the measurements that were used at this time in history.
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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    The only drill hole that I have seen that had a plug was a round soft- ball size rock covering a 3" X 3" drill, yours may indicate measure X cordell, = distance for the distance and V for direction

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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Hellow Dsty

    I have enjoyed your posts, thought you would enjoy this set of holes. (sorry about the shadow over the rock, I lightened it the best I could)

    Oddrock
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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Good drill holes Oddrock, it looks like its giving info on what to look for ( triangle ) and direction indicated by the smaller two holes probably large to small. Enjoy your post also

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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    dsty,


    "Good drill holes Oddrock, it looks like its giving info on what to look for ( triangle ) and direction indicated by the smaller two holes probably large to small. Enjoy your post also"

    I concurr Dusty, my own research shows that when two drill holes are present...the larger/deeper hole
    is the back of the "arrow"[feathers] and the shallow/smaller is the "point of the arrow"

    Good to see you Dusty and I always learn so much undiscoved data that you so generously provide~!
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    Thank you Rangler there's been so many positive inputs on this ( TN ) and its always a pleasure to help when and if I can, I have seen a single (on an angle) 3mm wide hole and 23mm deep that indicated both depth and direction it was verified by a Tc 400 feet away, I think that they used many marks to confuse, there was 17 in a 200 ft square, both carved and profile upside V ( seems to indicate something covered ) on 4 that I have seen, They Will be just part of a sentence another perhaps 100 feet away. Most will tell you a story such as here-this- place- something- covered-distance indicator- direction indicator depth indicator and what to look for triangle- square, your job is to get them in their proper order to read them, the more that you find the better, most will have something to offer, allways look for the WINDROSE. ( prevents a lot of digging ) Information that will be avaiable, size of bars, how many, how deep, and how to find them, they had to have the info to find them and so can you, they used the pinpoint method by crossing 2 lines or a blind corner

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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Dsty & Rangler

    Thank you both for your Positive inputs. There are 5 drill holes on the rock. I would venture a guess that if you can find all four corners of the square, going from the largest hole to the next smallest as you both suggest, then the spot to seek might be the "off centered" one.
    The "Spanish" were not the last trackers at this spot.

    Oddrock

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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Quote Originally Posted by oddrock
    Dsty & Rangler

    Thank you both for your Positive inputs. There are 5 drill holes on the rock. I would venture a guess that if you can find all four corners of the square, going from the largest hole to the next smallest as you both suggest, then the spot to seek might be the "off centered" one.
    The "Spanish" were not the last trackers at this spot.

    Oddrock
    I concur.
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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    I don't know if I have shared this or not and its just a thought, it looks to me like when you find a drill hole thats on a angle regardless of size the proper way to work it is use the thought that a tent stake gives the most pulling power on a angle and a drill hole should be worked the same way to secure the object.

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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Ernie,
    very interesting that the angle would hold more pulling or 'holding power'
    as the logic is supreme to any camper who wants to secure the tent~!
    metaphors and logic working together - Awesome~!
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    Re: Old Hand Dug Holes Found And What Took Me There

    Back to the top for Nana, theres several ways to work your symbol and you may need to check them all

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    Here is a triangle of drill holes and a "v" notch.







    here is a different view.


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