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Old 01-19-2019, 12:27 PM
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Originally Posted by low tide View post
looks like you rubbed it too hard. you rubbed a big ol cavity in the center of the tooth..
Hope you are feeling better K! I may be on the injured list myself. Pulled something in the back of my leg when a swell came in like a missile and knocked me FLAT yesterday.

Originally Posted by Vermonster View post
Nice! That's almost like finding a $50 that you didn't know you had......
Thanks V, That's exactly what I thought when I found it (again).

Originally Posted by Slimpickuns View post
Nice catch George! I found my 1st toothus last year at HB, 3.2 grams of 18k
Thanks Slim, Little suckers are heavy aren't they? Yours got a little more melted than others I've seen.

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Old 01-19-2019, 04:19 PM
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Almost missed this. Congrats and welcome to the club !

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