IVE ONLY POSTED HERE ONE OTHER TIME SO FORGIVE ME IF IM INTRUDING. IVE HUNTED FOR POINTS SINCE I WAS 14YO WITH MY DAD AND I HAVE A PASSION FOR THEM. MY COLLECTION IS PROBABLY SMALL COMPARED TO YA'LLS, BUT SINCE IVE BEEN DIGGING AT RICHARDS IVE IMPROVED THE QUANTITY AND QUALITY OF MY COLLECTION. IVE BEEN DIGGIN AT RICHARDS NOW FOR ABOUT THE PAST YEAR AND ITS A AWSOME PLACE WITH NUMEROUS SITES TO DIG AT. IVE ALSO FOUND THAT RICHARD, MARY, BILL, & SHERYL ARE WONDERFUL PEOPLE TO GET TO KNOW AND WELCOME YOU LIKE GOOD OLE FRIENDS. I WAS LUCKY ENOUGH TO FIND THE TAN COLORED BLADE & ROOT BEER CASTROVILLE THAT ARE PICTURED TOGETHER IN THE CHRISNERS RANCH SECTION OF LOCAL PAY DIGS. WELL THERES ALOT MORE THAT CAN BE SAID ABOUT RICHARD, HIS GANG & HIS AWSOME RANCH BUT IM SURE EVERYONE WHO GETS THE CHANCE TO SPEND A LITTLE DIG TIME OUT THERE WILL HAVE THE SAME TO SAY! HOPE TO MEET SOME OF YOU GUYS IN THE TRENCHES!
Kev, Are you kidding about intruding by posting ? Have you seen some of the posts under other catagories ? Feel free !
We went out to Chrisners yesterday just to cruise the place and see how Digfest is shapeing up.
Got a complimentary one load of screen dirt.
Badger got a sm blade. . .
We did not even get the whole table finished, dirt was too damp from recent rains [ note dirty gloves ]
No problem with flowing creeks, they are all bedrock bottomed.
Big hill at Lee's place [ fulton holler ] had a guide dog all the way.
Skyshot of Fulton resident
Flint, the dog showed us around the cut below high camp. Hard to make out in the little pic but the groundwater was really GUSHING out of a small crack in the limestone [ soon to be a shelter cave in about 5K yrs ?
Still in the high camp cut, very impressive [ nice to hear the tinkle of a waterfall after the drought!