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"First it's a social event,the bottles are just an extra" SUNDAY DIGGIN

THE BADGER

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riverdiver right on the money dude.surf yes that one was blue i've never seen that one either its cool when you get some out of the ordinary bottles.we always find bottles in this dump you really never know whats going to come out and we always have a great time.i love the fact that rick always documents the digs he loves doing the pictures and it helps you remember things you would normally just forget. badger
 

blobbottlebob

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Rick. Great post as usual. I like your philospohy of digging. You're there to have a good time, hang out with buddies and of course - hopefully bring home some glass. I agree wholeheartedly. I have noticed, however, that when everyone is finding bottles, everybody has more fun.[:)]
 

RICKJJ59W

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Rick. Great post as usual. I like your philospohy of digging. You're there to have a good time, hang out with buddies and of course - hopefully bring home some glass. I agree wholeheartedly. I have noticed, however, that when everyone is finding bottles, everybody has more fun.[:)]
Yeah thats true but there are times when I go and not much is found. I still have a good time. If I had no camera then maybe I would be bummin [:D]



 

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epackage

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May 3, 2009
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dude is that dirt on your shirt? , hahaha , I like turtles too.

They're nice and tender at this size, a little lemon butter and dill in a hot pan and you're good...Oh and some nice crusty NJ bread[;)]
 

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