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Red_desert

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Try again, turtle treasure is down inside an underground room.

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The bird in illustration, is looking off toward an entrance with a stone covering it. Looks like bird in illustration also, is painted black.
 
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The bird in illustration, is looking off toward an entrance with a stone covering it. Looks like bird in illustration also, is painted black.

Wow... Thanks for the info. Very interesting.
 
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Any water nearby? Black duck may be saying go to water.

No there is no water around here.

That stone was at around 9 feet deep. Found near the stone that has a portion of it resembling a gold bar. It could have even been pointing at the gold bar stone now that I think about it. But I made a mistake and rushed to remove the material instead of taking note of the stones position in the dirt.
 
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Just sent you a PM. Do have a location now. Had to get a good photo of a crude smelted gold Dore bar, to compare the signals. I think your area of scattered markers is to the southeast of hit.
 

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Taking a better look, I'd say that must be a cliff wall there. Couldn't be anything if that's the case, unless they had a tunnel or a mine shaft.
 

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No, think those rounded shapes now, only are bushes rather than holes on a cliff face. I'm convinced a treasure is there. Hard to tell sometimes visually, looking at aerial maps (even when zoomed in like this).
 
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Exactly this technique requires a lot of skill
Most people have fun
 

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