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  1. Please review new Store

    Nada, could not find it.
  2. Identify this specimen please

    It is simply cooled magma(igneous rock) with quartz that formed during the cooling process...
  3. Suggest me a vaction destination?

    Costa del Sol in southern Spain. Even if you don't find anything, the beach is great AND topless.
  4. Lost in a Texas cave in 1893.

    Hmmm. Possible and maybe, but who knows. Native American things found in many caves, but further west. 150 miles or so.Cultures were primitive and story is a tad suspect. Blind fish? Yes, normally catfish. Cave would have been limestone. I have been in dozens of Texas caves within a 100 miles of...
  5. abbott texas cave filled with Treasure

    Handbook of Texas online, Abbott, Texas(near the bottom) Google---treasure cave in Abbott, Texas. Many articles. Never any proof of anything being found...
  6. Would you pay $49K for a Calvary Saber SAID to be found at the Greasy Grass?

    C'mon guy. 49000 without unquestioned documentation? You know better...
  7. Name the stone - Jewerely

    You are about the best on this site and if you say garnets, that's probably what they are...
  8. 14 LeCoultre Womens watch with Original Box

    jaeger-LeCoultre watches are very expensive and the face alwats says Jaeger Lecoultre with their little trademark above it and Swiss made at the bottom. Le Coultre is ????. Not an expensive watch. Take it to a jeweler to confirm. Sorry...
  9. Two yellow dots (nuggets)

    So that's what they look like. Often wondered about it...
  10. Remains found as-those-missing-treasure-hunter for Forest Fenns Treasure

    Northern New Mexico in january? Red River yes, treasure hunting, no. Poor man. Be interesting to see what the investigation turns up. If I was to go looking where an 85 year old hid treasure, I'd just check every bar across the west...
  11. is it going to Snow ?

    Where you are, it just might. Maybe it will wait for Sept. though. You just got a great car so get ready. Hail, snow and twisters are on the way...
  12. MUST BE ADMINS NIGHT

    OMG, don't encourage him. It will go to his:censored: head.
  13. St. Elmo, CO

    One foreign country? Yep, I'll sure buy that these days. You name em, we got em. ..Great pics of a wonderful old place. Thanks for posting...
  14. G'day from AUS

    Welcome to TNet. Now go and find Lasseter's Reef.:hello:
  15. Hill end trip - NSW australia

    Don't matter where it was posted. It's still a kicka** video...
  16. No longer Without Wheels

    First of all, you did great. Two of my neighbors bought Saturns when they first were introduced and they are still driving them. Over 300,000 miles on each one. Never a minutes trouble, just keep the oil changed and have it undercoated against that crap you guys have to deal with on the highways...
  17. Hill end trip

    I hardly ever watch videos on TNet, but I loved yours. Wonderfully done. In short order I realized that these fellas were not in Texas. Beautiful country, really nice gold find and wonderful animals too. Yep, gas is expensive there($2 a gallon here), but you wealthy gold miners can afford it...
  18. Broke my detector today

    Everybody take notice. digger27 is totally right about JB Weld. That will fix anything and it will stay fixed forever. Your machine will be good as new in in a few hours...
  19. Colorado Otter's

    I love otters. Used to spend hours watching the sea otters in California These look to be well fed and they are beautiful. Wish we had them here, besides at Seaworld...
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