Jason in Enid
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  • Jason, here is a privy dig me and my daughter did last spring, south of Topeka 30 miles. The easiest way to find them is with copper dowsing rods, then verify with a spring steel probe. Dowsing is the only way to go! Probing gets tiring after an hour! I've also got a dowsing video on my youtube site, its about finding graves.
    Privy digging http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8v47qaOHTQE
    Hi Jason
    Did visit your page and put up a coment. Not seeing your e-mail there though. I'm at
    cliveclynick@rogers.com
    Regards,
    clive
    Hey Jason nice to talk to you. Yep, the privy will be softer and there should be some layering of the ground. Meaning the ash and dirt that they threw in to keep the smells down would create layering under ground. You should be able to feel the glass or brinks and other debris that people tossed in as well. Unless of course the pit is deeper than your probe. A spring steel probe is a must with a tip that will bring a soil sample up. Most of our pits are 6 to 8 feet deep. So sometimes it takes a little tap hole to get the probe down a bit further. Its all about the feel in my book. You will feel a noticeable difference in the ground where the privy was. So I hope that helps a bit. Let me know if ya need anything further and I will surely try to answer any more questions. See ya. Jim
    Hi Jason
    A lot of people ask me to sign books for them and then see a $1 discount at Kellyco and I'm stuck with a signed book. (Have about 8 on my shelf). After four days I thought you were one of them! Sorry--I'm sure you wil like the book.
    good luck clive
    Hi Jason
    Are you really going to leave me with a signed book?
    Regards,
    clive
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