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My treasures found in a house built in 1896.

ROBBYBOBBY64

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Sounds like a dump. Burn what you can. Some melted ones are cool sometimes. Wire is a pain. Cutters would be the way to attack that stuff. Sounds like fun, a challenge so to speak.
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Skadman4

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Thicker gloves and brushes are also a must, that ash coats things and you think it's more diet, but then crunch, it was glass.

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ROBBYBOBBY64

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Some guys dig with a stick. I have seen antlers, screwdriver, stout stainless steel spoon. They all work. Dig carefully until you get in the trash zone then just slow and steady. I like to trench it. I dig a long hole ramped down. I feel safer than in a hole. Especially when I am alone. Just my own weird way.
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Skadman4

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I have a whole toolbox of diggers. From old spoons and butter knives to air puffers and hammers

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Skadman4

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The Best Jumbo Peanut Butter Jars are the ones shaped like a Elephant & the green ones. LEON.
I've never seen either in person and I have a soft spot for green anything. It's my favorite

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Skadman4

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So a few of the smalls that had a quick rinse. I never get tired of finding these guys. And another Atlas fir the Jar club, and a awesome marble to add in the pile!


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