meteorite recovery from your home's downspouts?
ok i am a little green and dont know much about meteorite hunting. that said i would like to ask a question. i have seen this method addressed in a few threads but i still would like to know more about how to do it.
i was reading about...
the loomis boxes are dry here. brinks is hit and miss. always wanted to try a few garda boxes. have seen where there have been some pretty good scores out of them in the past. well i finally got the vault teller to order me 2 boxes at the only bank around here that is supplied by gardia. i had...
have not hunted halves in almost 3 months, and i woke up this morning and wanted a silver fix. went to the bank and got two dime boxes. dimes have never set the woods on fire around here but like i said i just felt like hunting. box one was a skunk and box 2 gave up one 1954 rossie. guess one is...
today's 2 brinks boxes
box 1 had one 1964
box 2 had three 40% and one walker.
both boxes had about two dozen clad halves marked with a big lettter "J" in black ink across the face. wonder if that is anybody here?
took a break due to surgery and skunks. have not hunted since june. got two loomis boxes today and both were skunks. oh well. got 2 more loomis boxes and 2 brinks boxes ordered for next week. hope they are better.
today's 2 loomis boxes
were both skunks. did see something new today that i have not seen before. one of the loomis boxes contained rolls like i get in brinks boxes and each one had a small cut down the side of the roll and had been taped back over. what's up with that? i have heard of others...
i was out of town last week and the boxes stacked up at the bank. i got them today and went through them. here is the take
loomis box 1----skunk
loomis box 2----skunk
brinks box 1-----one 40%
brinks box 2-----two 40%.
still slim pickens here