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  1. #16
    red
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    No place but TEXAS

    Feb 2005
    Lexington, Texas
    Fisher CZ70, Garrett 500
    216

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Cool Dave
    It sounds like a Great place to be hunting . I'd defiantly check that cave out with a good light and my detector.
    And a darn big stick for whatever else is in there that has the fancy for goats.

    That sure dose sound like the place I knew in Austin near Post Oak Mall...

    You sure you don't need any help there? I'm not scared of any big old kitty cats

    Don't get eaten and keep us going on what you find then.

    HH and good luck

    Red
    DEO VINDICE<br />Keep your powder dry boys it isn't over yet

  2. #17
    red
    red is offline
    No place but TEXAS

    Feb 2005
    Lexington, Texas
    Fisher CZ70, Garrett 500
    216

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Ok ya ll I think I know what the signs on Dave's rock are.
    what he drew as a person is prob. a snake. That means travel on to next sign.
    The Triangle means the treasure is between 3 rocks or trees that form a triangle but not necessarily in the middle.
    what is under the triangle could be a cross and the long shaft on it will point the way.
    Now if what I called a snake could be a Spanish gourd and that means water so I told him to look for an old spring close by...

    Well what do yall think.. Will it give him a hunting chance.

    Red
    DEO VINDICE<br />Keep your powder dry boys it isn't over yet

  3. #18

    Dec 2004
    The Lone Star State
    355
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    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Thought this was interesting, not related to original site
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  4. #19
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Dave, I live in Kerrville now. Ya gotta be near me or Fredricksburg. Just moved here from Brady about 4 months ago. Spent a lot of time all over that Llano uplift (still do) and down into Gillespie county also.
    Maybe we can meet and cuss and discuss some issues! Comanchero

    Red, Where you at Boy? You sound close too! C.

  5. #20
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    P.S. Dave, don't it just make ya sick to see how they are tearing all our beautiful hill country apart in the name of GREED and bringing in all those "foriegners" Tears my heart apart everytime I see an old ranch taken over and made into a housing subdivision etc. Comanchero

  6. #21

    Mar 2005
    Fort Drum NY
    50

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    I would say DIG!!!!!!!!!!!

    ~Angela
    Proud US Army Wife to Robert England

  7. #22
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Angela, several of the guys are looking for a woman that likes to DIG!!! Ya oughta contact one of 'em and go dig some real good stuff!!!! I already got a diggin' woman, or I'd ask ya to come dig for me!!! Comanchero

  8. #23

    Apr 2005
    6

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Nice pic..Hope you find the rest. Anyone close to San Antonio? Ever heard of King Fisher's gold near La Pryor?

  9. #24
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Certainly heard of King Fisher's stash Gut Shot. Just too vague and too much private property in that area near La Pryor to get serious about. Comanchero

  10. #25

    Apr 2005
    6

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Went out with a ol'buddy in the eary 90's looking for it. I was more interested in arrowheads at the time.Anyhow, he had some really weird gold detecting machine where you shoved some probes in the ground maybe turned something on, then walked around with these dowsing like rods until they crossed. He said they would cross if there was a field of gold within 5 miles rather than just being over the gold. Wish I knew what that device was called now. Anyhow he had a deer lease outside of La Pryor somewhere on some creek I'll look at the map again, he claimed the device did indeed cross (and I did see it cross). Wether or not it was really picking something up i'll never know. We followed the "signal" for some way until we hit somebody elses property.Then we stopped. Now many years later, I cannot help but wonder.Can you tell me the King Fisher Story as I really do not know it. Any details would be nice.
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  11. #26
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Gut, I'd have to dig out all my old records (boxes and boxes of the old stories, maps and all ) that are all in storage right now. It's been years and I don't have perfect recall on everything, but what comes to me right off hand is that King Fisher was a big Cattleman in Texas and sold lots of Beef, getting real rich. Seems like either he or his men or both were held up for a large amount of gold coin they had recieved for a bunch of cattle and some were killed or something like that. That's what I recall anyhow and the story may be different, 'cause I got so many running around in my head. Also, I think that King Fisher was an overbearing, belligerant man who had quite a few enemies. I'd better quit before I get too deep in over my head and have to eat all my words on this one!

  12. #27

    Apr 2005
    6

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Grin! I know what you mean on that! I did a little research on the internet on him but did not find anything on Tales of Gold so to speak.Something is bound to turn up sooner or later. Thanks for the reply.

  13. #28
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    Gut Shot, I believe that G. Frank Dobie wrote about King Fisher in at least one of his books. Check out his writings and also check your local library for his books. Great writer! Comanchero

  14. #29
    The Comanchero

    Apr 2005
    Kerrville, Texas
    170

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    GS, Sorry, I think it is J. Frank Dobie. Comanchero

  15. #30

    Apr 2005
    6

    Re: Symbols in Texas

    I just ordered one of his books on Tales of Texas.Hopefully when it gets here, it will be in the book. (Fingers-Crossed) Thanks!
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