I wanna start probing this property for bottles. Is 4ft the norm or 5 or 6? Any suggestions on a seller at good prices? Thank you
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Call HD supply or Pelican construction supply. They should have some probes in stock. I would go with a 5'
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The probe needs to be spring steel. There are plenty of probe suppliers, but some will send you a malleable steel one, which is not optimal.
I use a 6' long 3/8" T&T tools probe. Ground here in Texas is hard a bricks so you need a good solid probe...their probes have replaceable tips so I've been running the same probe for the past 6 years but probably gone through 10 tips in that time.
PLEASE DISREGARD THE LINK ENDING IN "952bananaface" - It doesn't work for some reason
Please use this link: https://ebay.to/2K49x5J
HERE IS THE CORRECT LINK DIRECTLY TO THE BOTTLES. MANY, MANY MORE BOTTLES COMING OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL MONTHS SO CHECK BACK OCCASIONALLY
Thanks for letting me know! That's weird, I don't know why it doesn't work anymore.
Here is a new link directly to the bottles: https://ebay.to/2K49x5J
Your link for Ebay does not seem to be working.
Now that we know the Sturdy Bilt (Flour City Box) company was established ..
1. In Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1912
2. In Waterloo, Iowa in 1932-33
3. In Jonesboro, Arkansas in 1951
Not old for sure. Pretty though...
I don't imagine most national books would have much about Colorado in them , your best bet would be to try and find a Colorado specific book if anything existed
sometimes even local history books...