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Old 03-21-2021, 01:13 PM
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Great find, nice job.

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Old 03-22-2021, 10:41 AM
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Thank you kaufenanger & metaladdict, much appreciated
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Old 03-22-2021, 10:53 PM
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Default Exploring Old Brothel Ruins in San Francisquito Canyon Santa Clarita, CA

Exploring Old Brothel Ruins in San Francisquito Canyon Santa Clarita, CA
In this latest adventure I'll be exploring the old brothel ruins in the canyons of Santa Clarita, CA.
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Old 03-22-2021, 11:26 PM
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I think you should change your name to the quest for anything.

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Old 03-23-2021, 03:17 AM
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Not sure what that's supposed to mean... but anyways have a nice day
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Old 03-23-2021, 05:51 AM
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I think you should change your name to the quest for anything.
Don't worry... I get it

The video was pretty cool. What a pool. Shame it was so trashy and not able to hunt.
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Thank you TNT, it would of been easier to hunt if I had a sniper coil
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Old 03-28-2021, 10:22 PM
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Default Metal Detecting an Old Mining Camp with a Rare Find!

Metal Detecting an Old Mining Camp with a Rare Find!
In this latest episode of Quest 4 Gold, I'll be metal detecting an old mining camp in search of relics and coins.

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Default Metal Detecting Abandoned House Ruins- Relics & Coins Found!

Metal Detecting Abandoned House Ruins- Relics & Coins Found!
Metal detecting an abandoned house from the 1950's.
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Old 04-11-2021, 10:28 AM
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Hope you stayed out of the poisen oak and ticks
The metal lid with round rubber is just a lid for a master cylinder of a car.(modern).

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Old 04-14-2021, 10:20 PM
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Default Coins & Gold Found Metal Detecting - Relics Rattlesnakes & Rants!

In this episode I'll be exploring the Corriganville movie ranch in hopes of
unearthing treasures from the past and preserving the history of this great park.
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Default Metal Detecting - Dangers in Park Playgrounds! Metal Detector Finds Coin Spills in One Hole!

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Metal Detecting - Dangers in Park Playgrounds! Metal Detector Finds Coin Spills in One Hole!
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Default John Wayne's Bullet Casing Unearthed? Fort Apache Location -Movie History Found Metal Detecting!

In this episode, I'll be exploring the old movie ranch at Corriganville park in Simi Valley, California.
I'll be showing you where some of the scenes were shot from the movie Fort Apache. The movie was directed by John Ford in 1948 and was filmed at Corriganville & Monument Valley, Arizona.
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KT was strictly a totlot hunter when He was mding. In one school totlot KT found a spot, below a short ladder, that was always loaded with coins...and KT figured out why. The ladder was short enough that most kids did not use it but simply jumped to the chips below..maybe 3 1/2 feet, causing their pockets to give up whatever lunch money was contained therein. Whenever KT hunted that playground, He always recovered between a dollar and two dollars in change from a two foot area in the chips!

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Old 05-15-2021, 09:28 PM
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KT was strictly a totlot hunter when He was mding. In one school totlot KT found a spot, below a short ladder, that was always loaded with coins...and KT figured out why. The ladder was short enough that most kids did not use it but simply jumped to the chips below..maybe 3 1/2 feet, causing their pockets to give up whatever lunch money was contained therein. Whenever KT hunted that playground, He always recovered between a dollar and two dollars in change from a two foot area in the chips!
You scheming, uh, fine, intelligent person! Now I have a question for you, how many angry lunch ladies do you think you caused?

My guess is the whole staff...

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Old 05-16-2021, 09:39 AM
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You scheming, uh, fine, intelligent person! Now I have a question for you, how many angry lunch ladies do you think you caused?

My guess is the whole staff...

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If those kids had known what happened to their lunch money, then they would have picked it up, but they had no clue! It was just gone! Oh the angry lunch ladies and the upset mommas! Herbie, I gave you enough to buy lunch and a snack, now what did you do with it? But momma, it was not there when I went to buy lunch! One time KT found 8 quarters stacked together in the grass at the edge of a totlot where a kid sat down on a railroad tie and leaned back! Now you know HIS momma was upset!

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Old 05-17-2021, 12:36 PM
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Originally Posted by KingTotsalot View post
If those kids had known what happened to their lunch money, then they would have picked it up, but they had no clue! It was just gone! Oh the angry lunch ladies and the upset mommas! Herbie, I gave you enough to buy lunch and a snack, now what did you do with it? But momma, it was not there when I went to buy lunch! One time KT found 8 quarters stacked together in the grass at the edge of a totlot where a kid sat down on a railroad tie and leaned back! Now you know HIS momma was upset!
Three little monkeys were jumping up and down. One fell of and touched the ground. Then momma called the doctor and the doctor said:

You lost those quarters, now the KING shall pick them up!



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Old 05-17-2021, 06:26 PM
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Three little monkeys were jumping up and down. One fell of and touched the ground. Then momma called the doctor and the doctor said:

You lost those quarters, now the KING shall pick them up!



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