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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 03-26-2018, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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That wasn't your shovel in the youtube?


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Nope; that was one I pulled off the web...sorry if I misled you..

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Good to Know, Now I can coment on how lame it started. A pair of sissors laying there and he is whacking at the wraper with a uility knife.


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. . .When I hunt, my favorite is old farmsteads and cellar holes.
friendly reminder- be careful around old homesites. i've liked to have stepped
in a well hole a time or two that had old rotten boards covering it and a lot
of leaves on top or just brush and leaves. that, and lots of copperheads in
this region.
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friendly reminder- be careful around old homesites. i've liked to have stepped
in a well hole a time or two that had old rotten boards covering it and a lot
of leaves on top or just brush and leaves. that, and lots of copperheads in
this region.
good luck
Yes, wells can be a problem..snakes not so much. The poisonous varieties are very rare here, enough so that most folks don't even consider them when in the woods and fields..
Not saying they are not here.. but they are extremely rare.

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We don't have those types of wells in this area.
By they were settling here they were pounding wells and useing pumps and wind mills if you had money.

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