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Old 05-25-2012, 03:06 PM   #51
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:10 PM   #52
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Do you do this for a living, or money? seems like tons of work and money for fun. I had no clue people actually went to that much trouble to get artifacts
Its kinda hard to say what I do for a living..... I guide and outfit some. Monster gar and alligators. Made the best selling bowfishing video in history (LET EM ROLL) and then a sequel STILL ROLLIN. Run a airboat with a 750hp 572 to do environmental work. Do a few deer hunts and hog hunts. Dabble in the oil industry, Hunt indian artifacts......etc.

I guess you could just say I LIVE for a living. I will share a little. I worked a very high profile job for years. Managed hundreds of direct employees (735) at my last site. Worked 100plus hour weeks on AVERAGE! Got sick and doc told I was a dead man. I actually did die several times. They called all my family in and told me by. Thats when it hit me that i had worked all these years with all these dreams and now I was not going to get to do any of it.

I gave it all to GOD that day and immediately started improving even though the Dr said i never would. That was 13 years ago this week. I made a list of major things I wanted to do. Seven things some of which are very private. A major excavation was one of them, The other six are done, this is the last and Im blessd that GOD allows me to get up every day and live my dreams.

Its important to realize that every day you have is one you arent promised. Live life! Thats all I can say without getting too sappy.

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Old 05-25-2012, 03:12 PM   #54
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This is awesome. I'm watching this. Too cool
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:17 PM   #55
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Its kinda hard to say what I do for a living..... I guide and outfit some. Monster gar and alligators. Made the best selling bowfishing video in history (LET EM ROLL) and then a sequel STILL ROLLIN. Run a airboat with a 750hp 572 to do environmental work. Do a few deer hunts and hog hunts. Dabble in the oil industry, Hunt indian artifacts......etc.

I guess you could just say I LIVE for a living. I will share a little. I worked a very high profile job for years. Managed hundreds of direct employees (735) at my last site. Worked 100plus hour weeks on AVERAGE! Got sick and doc told I was a dead man. I actually did die several times. They called all my family in and told me by. Thats when it hit me that i had worked all these years with all these dreams and now I was not going to get to do any of it.

I gave it all to GOD that day and immediately started improving even though the Dr said i never would. That was 13 years ago this week. I made a list of major things I wanted to do. Seven things some of which are very private. A major excavation was one of them, The other six are done, this is the last and Im blessd that GOD allows me to get up every day and live my dreams.

Its important to realize that every day you have is one you arent promised. Live life! Thats all I can say without getting too sappy.

Steve

Very inspiring post GarGuy....thanks for that. I bet you got plenty of years to live as well.....Just Live. Ahhh, I like the ring to that. Might get myself a t-shirt made with that slogan.

Looks like y'all had an outstanding morning and can't wait to see what else y'all find. If you need any help on 'Just Living', give me a holler!

Good luck to y'all. Can't wait to see that big scotty pop up on that screen.
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:20 PM   #56
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:23 PM   #58
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Live livin' and diggin' ...I dig it!
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:27 PM   #59
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That is a great testimony Steve. Thanks for sharing.
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Good luck with the excavation. Always an interesting ordeal. My uncle in Louisiana unearthed at the time the largest known Tunica burial grounds in Louisiana. Once he unearthed everything the land owners said he never had permission to dig and years of work was taken from him. Tons of artifacts were seized and hauled away. Funny thing was.... They never had any problem with him being on the property until they realized he wasn't some old nut they thought was crazy when he told them he had foind what others had been searching for over a long period of time.
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:52 PM   #61
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Very inspiring post GarGuy....thanks for that. I bet you got plenty of years to live as well.....Just Live. Ahhh, I like the ring to that. Might get myself a t-shirt made with that slogan.

Looks like y'all had an outstanding morning and can't wait to see what else y'all find. If you need any help on 'Just Living', give me a holler!

Good luck to y'all. Can't wait to see that big scotty pop up on that screen.
Several of those Scotties popped up in my test digs there. One about 5.5 inches long made of jasper. Also an exhausted Andice and three or four Andice barbs. Just a matter of time... Thats why we are going to dig every inch of it instead of jumping in the middle. Dang, I want to jump in the good stuff first!
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Very cool and great testimony. I have never dug or looked really even though living on a history rich area and farm....Wouldnt know where to begin, but I like the idea of finding history buried!
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Old 05-25-2012, 03:56 PM   #63
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Oh yeah Johnny..... Maybe I do have plenty more years. maybe I dont. I can tell you i have lived more in the last ten years than most folks will ever live in a lifetime. If I am blessed with tomorrow, Im ready for it with a plan. If I dont have tomorrow, Im ready to go! Dieing is easy. I have done it before. Its the getting there that sucks. Death has no sting.
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Good luck with the excavation. Always an interesting ordeal. My uncle in Louisiana unearthed at the time the largest known Tunica burial grounds in Louisiana. Once he unearthed everything the land owners said he never had permission to dig and years of work was taken from him. Tons of artifacts were seized and hauled away. Funny thing was.... They never had any problem with him being on the property until they realized he wasn't some old nut they thought was crazy when he told them he had foind what others had been searching for over a long period of time.
Thats why I bought this site.
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Its kinda hard to say what I do for a living..... I guide and outfit some. Monster gar and alligators. Made the best selling bowfishing video in history (LET EM ROLL) and then a sequel STILL ROLLIN. Run a airboat with a 750hp 572 to do environmental work. Do a few deer hunts and hog hunts. Dabble in the oil industry, Hunt indian artifacts......etc.

I guess you could just say I LIVE for a living. I will share a little. I worked a very high profile job for years. Managed hundreds of direct employees (735) at my last site. Worked 100plus hour weeks on AVERAGE! Got sick and doc told I was a dead man. I actually did die several times. They called all my family in and told me by. Thats when it hit me that i had worked all these years with all these dreams and now I was not going to get to do any of it.

I gave it all to GOD that day and immediately started improving even though the Dr said i never would. That was 13 years ago this week. I made a list of major things I wanted to do. Seven things some of which are very private. A major excavation was one of them, The other six are done, this is the last and Im blessd that GOD allows me to get up every day and live my dreams.

Its important to realize that every day you have is one you arent promised. Live life! Thats all I can say without getting too sappy.

Steve

This may be one of the most inspiring things I have ever read on the GS. Thank you sir
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:13 PM   #66
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Its kinda hard to say what I do for a living..... I guide and outfit some. Monster gar and alligators. Made the best selling bowfishing video in history (LET EM ROLL) and then a sequel STILL ROLLIN. Run a airboat with a 750hp 572 to do environmental work. Do a few deer hunts and hog hunts. Dabble in the oil industry, Hunt indian artifacts......etc.

I guess you could just say I LIVE for a living. I will share a little. I worked a very high profile job for years. Managed hundreds of direct employees (735) at my last site. Worked 100plus hour weeks on AVERAGE! Got sick and doc told I was a dead man. I actually did die several times. They called all my family in and told me by. Thats when it hit me that i had worked all these years with all these dreams and now I was not going to get to do any of it.

I gave it all to GOD that day and immediately started improving even though the Dr said i never would. That was 13 years ago this week. I made a list of major things I wanted to do. Seven things some of which are very private. A major excavation was one of them, The other six are done, this is the last and Im blessd that GOD allows me to get up every day and live my dreams.

Its important to realize that every day you have is one you arent promised. Live life! Thats all I can say without getting too sappy.

Steve

wow....awesome, God is doing some cool stuff with you, glad I got to hear about it.
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http://voices.yahoo.com/the-legend-t...re-531413.html

This is why you are VERY smart for buying the site.
Leonard is my mom's brother. Always had a tad shady-ness to him
Congrats on the nice find.
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:30 PM   #68
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Was this a known site or something you went out and searched for. I would love to do the same thing. I loved archaeology since I was a kid and took it as my electives in college. Talk about boring. I like your approach much better!!!
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Was this a known site or something you went out and searched for. I would love to do the same thing. I loved archaeology since I was a kid and took it as my electives in college. Talk about boring. I like your approach much better!!!
I have known this site for years. It certainly isnt the BEST site i hunt but it is close to home and really good soil to sift. I have at least a hundred sites that i look. When i drive down the road i look out the window and see indian sites everywhere i go!
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:53 PM   #70
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Awesome! Congratulations!
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Old 05-25-2012, 05:13 PM   #71
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Hope you are blessed on your dig as I am sure you will be, and thanks for your awesome testamony.
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Old 05-25-2012, 05:47 PM   #72
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About how deep does it appear to have been active??????
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About how deep does it appear to have been active??????
Great question! When I bought it, I thought it was about 2ft deep. It turned out to be 7 ft deep on the side of the hill next to the creek. Of course, the oldest stuff is deep.
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Awesome stuff, what I'd give to know the stories behind those things.

Kind of funny to think about a bunch of Native Americans just walking around dropping arrowheads all over the place.
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Old 05-25-2012, 05:58 PM   #75
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Great question! When I bought it, I thought it was about 2ft deep. It turned out to be 7 ft deep on the side of the hill next to the creek. Of course, the oldest stuff is deep.
Wow that camp is going to be a gajillion years old.
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Awesome stuff, what I'd give to know the stories behind those things.

Kind of funny to think about a bunch of Native Americans just walking around dropping arrowheads all over the place.
LOL! Thats not exactly how it worked. This site has stacked civilization from present to 12,000 years ago.Lets just say there were an average of 20 Indians there and each broke/lost 25 points a year(im sure it was more) plus the stashes that were lost when he died. How many brodheads wopuld you loose a year if you bowhunted to survive?

Ok..Lets stick with 25. Thats 500 per year times 12,000 years equals 6,000,000 points!
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I can't wait for the good stuff!!! Very inspiring story as well. 7ft...wow.
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I can't wait for the good stuff!!! Very inspiring story as well. 7ft...wow.
Yeah, some paleo stuff down there. Gotta start down the hill and dig up to it though in order to let the hole drain. Otherwise my hole would be a pond when it rains. I made that mistake before.
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Awesome man! I'd be thrilled with what you've already found. Can't wait to see what treasure you may find in the middle.
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Old 05-25-2012, 06:25 PM   #80
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Yeah, some paleo stuff down there. Gotta start down the hill and dig up to it though in order to let the hole drain. Otherwise my hole would be a pond when it rains. I made that mistake before.
Yessir. Can't wait to see whats deep.
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Man the anticipation is killing me. This is exciting. I spent nearly a day just watching videos on youtube about excavating old indian sites.
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So how do you know where you want to look? You said you drive down the road and see spots everywhere. What stands out to you? This is a great thread and I'll be following. Also, thanks for the testimonial.
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Old 05-25-2012, 07:59 PM   #83
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Thanks Steve, This oughta be a sticky
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:31 PM   #84
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Spent many hours in Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas and Mills counties looking. Can't image the possibilities of a virgin camp in sand.
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:49 PM   #85
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So how do you know where you want to look? You said you drive down the road and see spots everywhere. What stands out to you? This is a great thread and I'll be following. Also, thanks for the testimonial.
Permanent water source is #1 I'm guessing the creek he is referring to is spring fed. Looks as though he is digging on a hill next to the creek. That's how we find camps here in cen-tex.
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Permanent water source is #1 I'm guessing the creek he is referring to is spring fed. Looks as though he is digging on a hill next to the creek. That's how we find camps here in cen-tex.
Right on the nose. There is a good spring fed creek that runs into a major creek about a quarter mile from there. The key to finding sites is to find a spot of ground close enough to a permanent water supply that you could carry water in a clay jar or skin bag, yet high enough that it doesnt flood. On plowed ground, a site will be gray looking in sand and lighter looking in black land.
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Yessir. Can't wait to see whats deep.
Well i know there is Plainview, Scottsbluff, and Andice, Lots of Wells points with heavy grinding too.
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This is a great read. Your testimony is awesome.
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This is a great read. Your testimony is awesome.
Thanks, I have been plesantly surprised at how well it has been recieved. Not sure why I posted it. I generally shy away from sensitive stuff on open forums.
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Awesome, I'll be following this one!
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All this is so cool!
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Awesome thread for sure. Can't wait to see what you find.
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Gar Guy great testimony. I really needed to hear that.Your wisdom is greatly appreciated. Thanks for sharing it.
Awesome dig and I predict that this will be the thread of the year.
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Great thread and Great Testimony. You go Gar Guy. I will be following. My Dad and I hunted arrowheads (surface) all my life. He is gone now but when I see your post it reminds me of the many great hours we had together looking for heads. Thanks.
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Very cool!!! Tuned in!!!

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