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WannaDig3687

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Jun 5, 2017
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Garret ATMAX
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Other
Now about that passing out praises thing…..

Looky what I found in the garden!!!!

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And look how freakishly similar it is to the one I found in the field last night!


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traveller777

Silver Member
Aug 20, 2017
3,693
9,655
East Tennessee
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Minelab CTX 3030 & Explorer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting

traveller777

Silver Member
Aug 20, 2017
3,693
9,655
East Tennessee
Detector(s) used
Minelab CTX 3030 & Explorer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Now about that passing out praises thing…..

Looky what I found in the garden!!!!

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And look how freakishly similar it is to the one I found in the field last night!


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What part of Ohio do you live, WD? I picked Seneca Indiand for they covered a pretty good area, including central. But I think there were like 6 different tribes living there in Ohio. The most fearsome was the Buckeye Tribe, but they were pretty much wiped out by the Crimson Tide Tribe from Alabama.
 

pepperj

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Feb 3, 2009
24,333
73,917
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Deus, Minelab 3030, E-Trac,
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Relic Hunting
Pepper, I want to take a minute to acknowledge you before all the crew. Without a doubt you are the best and brightest person on this forum that goes by the name of pepperj. Well done. And I do not give praise lightly. No othe pepperj on here will get praise from me.
I see it coming, not sure what it is yet. Boiling up on the horizon.
Might have to get into the storm room.
What does this man want.
I always have heard there's nothing free except what we see.
 

pepperj

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Feb 3, 2009
24,333
73,917
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Deus, Minelab 3030, E-Trac,
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traveller777

Silver Member
Aug 20, 2017
3,693
9,655
East Tennessee
Detector(s) used
Minelab CTX 3030 & Explorer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
👍 👌 🤣😇
I am working on it. I was looking for the forum and got sidetracked. I think I got pretty darn lucky myself. :hello2:
I seen where a guy thought a person might get rich magnet fishing for gold in Florida waters. Maybe you should drag a magnet across the garden to get arrowheads.
 

RustyRelics

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Apr 5, 2019
5,816
31,610
North Eastern Kentucky
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My dads Whites MXT
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Today I had a medical scare that was 100% preventable, and it was my fault.

I was at the end of my 12 hour factory shift, and I was in "the zone". I drank water throughout my shift, so I didn't think anything of it. I thought I was okay. The last hour, I slacked off, and didn't drink anything. I found my groove, thought I had enough water already, and didn't think anything of it. 15 minutes until the end of my shift, I noticed that I had stopped sweating. I couldn't focus my eyes either. I couldn't read the labels that I was supposed to put on the pallets. I knew what was wrong, and ran over to the water cooler, but by then it was too late. Management was walking by, and they knew that I was the "new guy" so they asked how my shift went. I looked at them, but I couldn't focus on their faces. Tiffany, the head of HR, asked if I was okay. I shook my head "no", and said "I can't see anything right". They ran me to the hospital, where I got some IV's and a lecture from the doctor. I already knew the dangers, but I thought I was fine. I know that I am going to be the subject of next weeks safety meeting. I was released after a while, and I drove back to the factory (they took me in my own car, while another person followed to pick up my driver) to let everyone know I was okay. I felt bad for scaring everyone.


Don't be a dipstick like me. Drink water. Summer is coming, and everyone wants to go detecting, bottle digging, arrowhead hunting. DRINK! Drink loads of water!
 

pepperj

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Feb 3, 2009
24,333
73,917
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Deus, Minelab 3030, E-Trac,
Primary Interest:
Relic Hunting
Today I had a medical scare that was 100% preventable, and it was my fault.

I was at the end of my 12 hour factory shift, and I was in "the zone". I drank water throughout my shift, so I didn't think anything of it. I thought I was okay. The last hour, I slacked off, and didn't drink anything. I found my groove, thought I had enough water already, and didn't think anything of it. 15 minutes until the end of my shift, I noticed that I had stopped sweating. I couldn't focus my eyes either. I couldn't read the labels that I was supposed to put on the pallets. I knew what was wrong, and ran over to the water cooler, but by then it was too late. Management was walking by, and they knew that I was the "new guy" so they asked how my shift went. I looked at them, but I couldn't focus on their faces. Tiffany, the head of HR, asked if I was okay. I shook my head "no", and said "I can't see anything right". They ran me to the hospital, where I got some IV's and a lecture from the doctor. I already knew the dangers, but I thought I was fine. I know that I am going to be the subject of next weeks safety meeting. I was released after a while, and I drove back to the factory (they took me in my own car, while another person followed to pick up my driver) to let everyone know I was okay. I felt bad for scaring everyone.


Don't be a dipstick like me. Drink water. Summer is coming, and everyone wants to go detecting, bottle digging, arrowhead hunting. DRINK! Drink loads of water!
I stopped yesterday when the head started pounding, and the stomach was turning.
86F is too fast.
Humid today, breeze, but hotter with the humidex.
Glad your ok Rusty.
I remember when I was in TX they had salt tablets at all the coolers.
 

traveller777

Silver Member
Aug 20, 2017
3,693
9,655
East Tennessee
Detector(s) used
Minelab CTX 3030 & Explorer
Primary Interest:
All Treasure Hunting
Today I had a medical scare that was 100% preventable, and it was my fault.

I was at the end of my 12 hour factory shift, and I was in "the zone". I drank water throughout my shift, so I didn't think anything of it. I thought I was okay. The last hour, I slacked off, and didn't drink anything. I found my groove, thought I had enough water already, and didn't think anything of it. 15 minutes until the end of my shift, I noticed that I had stopped sweating. I couldn't focus my eyes either. I couldn't read the labels that I was supposed to put on the pallets. I knew what was wrong, and ran over to the water cooler, but by then it was too late. Management was walking by, and they knew that I was the "new guy" so they asked how my shift went. I looked at them, but I couldn't focus on their faces. Tiffany, the head of HR, asked if I was okay. I shook my head "no", and said "I can't see anything right". They ran me to the hospital, where I got some IV's and a lecture from the doctor. I already knew the dangers, but I thought I was fine. I know that I am going to be the subject of next weeks safety meeting. I was released after a while, and I drove back to the factory (they took me in my own car, while another person followed to pick up my driver) to let everyone know I was okay. I felt bad for scaring everyone.


Don't be a dipstick like me. Drink water. Summer is coming, and everyone wants to go detecting, bottle digging, arrowhead hunting. DRINK! Drink loads of water!
I will drink to that.
 

WannaDig3687

Gold Member
Jun 5, 2017
20,064
86,436
O-H-I-O
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Garret ATMAX
Primary Interest:
Other
Today I had a medical scare that was 100% preventable, and it was my fault.

I was at the end of my 12 hour factory shift, and I was in "the zone". I drank water throughout my shift, so I didn't think anything of it. I thought I was okay. The last hour, I slacked off, and didn't drink anything. I found my groove, thought I had enough water already, and didn't think anything of it. 15 minutes until the end of my shift, I noticed that I had stopped sweating. I couldn't focus my eyes either. I couldn't read the labels that I was supposed to put on the pallets. I knew what was wrong, and ran over to the water cooler, but by then it was too late. Management was walking by, and they knew that I was the "new guy" so they asked how my shift went. I looked at them, but I couldn't focus on their faces. Tiffany, the head of HR, asked if I was okay. I shook my head "no", and said "I can't see anything right". They ran me to the hospital, where I got some IV's and a lecture from the doctor. I already knew the dangers, but I thought I was fine. I know that I am going to be the subject of next weeks safety meeting. I was released after a while, and I drove back to the factory (they took me in my own car, while another person followed to pick up my driver) to let everyone know I was okay. I felt bad for scaring everyone.


Don't be a dipstick like me. Drink water. Summer is coming, and everyone wants to go detecting, bottle digging, arrowhead hunting. DRINK! Drink loads of water!
Dang! Rusty! That’s scary! I am glad you are okay.
 

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