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  1. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    Mako still has all that puppy energy, but you're right about the quick wits. My roommate usually just drives the dirt bike around the neighborhood a few times and the GSD chases him 😂
  2. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    Hard to tell but just chilling on the Castillo de San Marcos in St. Augustine.
  3. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    Yup! Mako is the GSD about 2yo, Ranger is a Husky/Akita and he's about 8. Ranger is my fishing/detecting/adventure buddy, off leash trained. Not suited for those long summer days down here though
  4. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    If you ever need a mangrove trekking partner I'm not far up the road and love the swamp :)
  5. Metal Detecting so misunderstood after all these years

    I love the dedication
  6. Using fishing depth finding sonars units for metal detecting

    Is that a live feed camera?
  7. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    Got a permission recently across the river from the Edison and Ford winter estate, looks like I'll be in the front yard of the 1958 house. Super excited for this one
  8. san carlos bay islands 1897,All the World Over

    Cool find! Wonder what ever happened to the suits of armor
  9. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    Just sent you a follow! Also had to check and he is Capt. Doug Drew with the Seamen's Adventures, are you familiar? I might have to take a drive down before I start bartending for season up in Fort Myers beach! Except I pay in Busch Latte and Trulieve 😂
  10. THE Random Chat Thread - AKA "The RCT" - No shirt or shoes required - Open 24 / 7

    Do you captain your own vessel? I have a friend who just started a charter in your area, Salty Seamen's I think it is. absolutely love what youre doing. I was just down there a few weeks ago on a dive with Amoray to the SS City of Washington, tons of charcoal still down there.
  11. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    Solution day! I emailed the local university and they were unsure, so I brought the unknown item to the Historical Society of Southwest Florida. They sent the information to state archaeologist Ryan Wheeler. Below is his response: "... good to hear from you! Thanks for sharing those stones...
  12. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    What a wealthy response, thank you. I'm hoping that I'll be able to find something relevant to the deburring while inquiring about the old house nearby.
  13. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    I totally agree with you. I'm working on finding out what the property across the street was in order to determine whether they could've been using them. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think we have any minerals down here that would be worthwhile tumbling? If it was used as a.metal...
  14. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    Great answer! What would be a good way to test this?
  15. 🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Wooden disk

    That looks like a pulley to me. But some dang good wood!
  16. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    I haven't had much experience hitting rocks with stuff growing up in Florida. The cement/Pavement felt like it gave more elasticity than the mystery material upon rebound. I've been looking at Florida minerals and can't seem to match it. Not milky quartz, not talcum, not flint or calcite...
  17. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    Love the thought but the simple zoom in pictures on these look like they have some sort of base or shape at bottom. Mine are fully cylindrical with rounded edges, except the single ball piece. I will get better pictures of that one tomorrow. Much appreciate the accumulative thoughts on this.
  18. ✅ SOLVED Southwest Florida Calusa country, unsure of what these are.

    Update: 1. I have tried breaking it with a hammer and the hammer just bounces off. 3 good swings and not even a chip with the hatchet either. 2. I had one piece carried around with me and noticed it was getting marked up in off my coins. Took a quarter and ran it along the piece and the silver...
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