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  1. #11
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Another view....

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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    one more.....

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  3. #13
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Total haul from day 3. Lots of digging for a small amount of glass but worth it. Can't wait for the next adventure......Jack

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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    great dig!

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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Nice dig, thanks for sharing.

  6. #16
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Awesome post! Thx for sharing and congrats!!!

  7. #17
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Nice job ! Nice Pics ! Nice Bottles ! Nice Post ! [:D]

  8. #18
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    ORIGINAL: cannibalfromhannibal

    A closeup of the pot lid.....



  9. #19
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Nice small haul. My wife thinks the potlid is terrific. I still think it is fantastic to think that something from the small town of St. Albans, Vermont could find its way to the small town of Hannibal, Missouri in probably the 1850's. No over the road truckers, railroads and steam boats and horse and wagon. Hope you can find more privies.

    Scott

  10. #20
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    RE: Too nice to not dig!

    Thanks Scott, got about half a dozen pre civil war sites lined up as soon as we dry out, somewhat.....and Surfaceone, is that code or am I supposed to trade my shovel for a golf bag? tried a search of your link/message but got a free golf bag ad? Jack



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