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Old 04-20-2022, 07:00 PM
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HA HA, no tunneling going on the Castle ground, but when the property was purchased, KT had a waterwell drilled. The drillers log read: 0-100 feet - sand and fine sand, 100-300 feet - black clay, 300 to 345 feet - grey limestone, 345 to 360 feet - hard rock (that is where KT made him stop drilling as no water was coming out of that hard rock, but from the limestone! So with that, the first 300 feet were too young to contain any collectable, much less, fluorescent minerals! HA HA

I do like the electric light system strung in that tunnel tho! That looks like an operation to smuggle drugs into the USA!
Wonder if i could get the Kin to go after the moles invading my front yard

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Old 04-21-2022, 04:28 PM
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Hey that DECIDER GADGET works for me!!

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Old 04-21-2022, 08:25 PM
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Originally Posted by KingTotsalot View post
HA HA, no tunneling going on the Castle ground, but when the property was purchased, KT had a waterwell drilled. The drillers log read: 0-100 feet - sand and fine sand, 100-300 feet - black clay, 300 to 345 feet - grey limestone, 345 to 360 feet - hard rock (that is where KT made him stop drilling as no water was coming out of that hard rock, but from the limestone! So with that, the first 300 feet were too young to contain any collectable, much less, fluorescent minerals! HA HA

I do like the electric light system strung in that tunnel tho! That looks like an operation to smuggle drugs into the USA!
......maybe if you would have thought of having a mineral "farm" before you bought a property you might had researched to find a property where you could have dug lots of mineral specimens to sell

(actually in the original animation I found online searching for tunnel clips it was a kid that I edited your face over, so I wondered if that was a real tunnel or just an outdoor above ground fake toy tunnel )

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Wonder if i could get the King to go after the moles invading my front yard


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Hey that DECIDER GADGET works for me!!
......and I wonder if any forum members might actually make one !

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Old 04-23-2022, 11:44 AM
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Okay, someone who was away from the forum about 3 years asked "Is MudPuppy still active here?" at: https://metaldetectingforum.com/show...74#post3371774

Someone explained, then I was given the following request:

"Maybe GKL can whip-up a bat signal with Mud's face in it "

.....so by special request, here it is !
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EDIT TO ADD: Here is a link to a thread from 2019 titled: Any sign of Mudpuppy lately?

https://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=275258

and a link to a thread from 2021 titled: Where’s Mud-puppy?

https://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=290834

.....with as long as it's been since Mud has posted, any thread he would start now might be added to the "Featured Threads" list
CQ, CQ, CQ Mud Puppy?

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Talking Looks like Dave has to work hard both to make his lawn grow AND to keep it cut !

Looks like Dave might be using TOO MUCH fertilizer on his lawn

and he keeps trying to stay a step ahead of the rain

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Old 04-25-2022, 05:37 PM
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Talking Hey, some of those rocks might be heavy !

Looks like geologist KT (KingTotsalot) is building some muscles lifting all those mineral specimens !

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Looks like Dave might be using TOO MUCH fertilizer on his lawn

and he keeps trying to stay a step ahead of the rain
I may of have over done the fertilizer this spring , and mother nature sure has over done the rain. Sure April Showers bring May flowers , but this year it is over doing it.

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Old 04-25-2022, 08:47 PM
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Looks like geologist KT (KingTotsalot) is building some muscles lifting all those mineral specimens !
HA HA! You should be a professional cartoonist, GKL!

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Looks like Dave might be using TOO MUCH fertilizer on his lawn

and he keeps trying to stay a step ahead of the rain
Is this what is meant when you sit back and watch the grass grow!

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I may of have over done the fertilizer this spring , and mother nature sure has over done the rain. Sure April Showers bring May flowers , but this year it is over doing it.


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HA HA! You should be a professional cartoonist, GKL!
Thanks KT, but I think you are giving me too much credit, instead of drawing the cartoons myself, I pretty much just creatively edit people's faces into the cartoons or video clips that were already made

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Is this what is meant when you sit back and watch the grass grow!

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Old 04-26-2022, 01:42 PM
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Is this what is meant when you sit back and watch the grass grow!
pretty sure i can see it growing ,spent a couple of hours using the weed eater and mower on a average size lot due to the dampness . Been planting lots of flower bulbs and transplanting plants we already have. Haven't got the garden plants out yet as we are still getting frost some mornings. Have a lot of seedlings in my sunroom waiting to go out. April has been a much more rainy month than normal here in Missouri.

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Old 04-26-2022, 05:36 PM
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Tom_in_CA did say something about now looking for what he indicated was better finds than common silver

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A class we now likely wish there was when we were kids


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A class we now likely wish there was when we were kids


Would of been a better elective in high school than wood shop , lucky i still have all my fingers

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Old 05-19-2022, 10:37 AM
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Want to more quickly find new areas to metal detect ?

It's easy .....just take some flying lessons and search by air !

(turn up your sound to listen also)

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