post #3196 of Old 02-05-2013, 10:59 PM
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The farmer did sexual things to the cow then had a hybrid kid Probly was just sleeping lol
Who knows? How that stupid cow got onto the second level of that house is beyond me. People must've had narrow shoulders way back when, because even we had trouble fitting through that stairwell. How a full-size cow got up the stairs is completely beyond my comprehension. SO WEIRD!!

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post #3197 of Old 02-05-2013, 11:20 PM
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Who knows? How that stupid cow got onto the second level of that house is beyond me. People must've had narrow shoulders way back when, because even we had trouble fitting through that stairwell. How a full-size cow got up the stairs is completely beyond my comprehension. SO WEIRD!!

-Evan
Maybe it walked in and found the farmer dead and are off him till he was big and then he starved lol just a thought. today I seen a mexican mowing his yard with a weed eater that may be wierder then the cow
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Reminds me of the old book the Boxcar Children

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Who knows? How that stupid cow got onto the second level of that house is beyond me. People must've had narrow shoulders way back when, because even we had trouble fitting through that stairwell. How a full-size cow got up the stairs is completely beyond my comprehension. SO WEIRD!!

-Evan
When ever you find a old house like that take a metal detecter around the foundation back then they buried all there valuables like gold by the foundation incase of a Fire.
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When ever you find a old house like that take a metal detecter around the foundation back then they buried all there valuables like gold by the foundation incase of a Fire.
Next time I'm in South Dakota I'll make sure to rent one and do that. Thanks for the advice!

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Found a Deer on a roof. Just chillin like nothing was wrong with being on a roof. There was only a small catwalk to get up there so I imagine it couldnt find its way back off. Sorry for the crappy pic.
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post #3203 of Old 02-11-2013, 09:48 AM
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Metal detectors are fun. Going around old farmsteads are a great way to find cool things. Entry level ones are not that expensive, are a blast, and can pay for themselves.

I detected an old boy scout camp that was an army training camp during WWII and was a logging camp in the 1860's. Lots of old roads and trails to play on.

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Metal detectors are fun. Going around old farmsteads are a great way to find cool things. Entry level ones are not that expensive, are a blast, and can pay for themselves.

I detected an old boy scout camp that was an army training camp during WWII and was a logging camp in the 1860's. Lots of old roads and trails to play on.
Once I get my 9er working again I'll dump some money into one I think... Sounds like fun, and we have more ghost towns and abandoned mines around here, should be easy to pay it off sooner rather than later haha

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Once I get my 9er working again I'll dump some money into one I think... Sounds like fun, and we have more ghost towns and abandoned mines around here, should be easy to pay it off sooner rather than later haha
The boy scout camp was awesome. The best I found was a 1944 Walking Liberty half dollar. Some guys were pulling civil war pennies out of the ground.

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The boy scout camp was awesome. The best I found was a 1944 Walking Liberty half dollar. Some guys were pulling civil war pennies out of the ground.
Holy cow... Most I'll be pulling out of the ground up here will probably be old mining equipment and the odd spur. Who knows! Maybe I'll get lucky!

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I found a broke driveshaft. not mine to :P

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Found a Deer on a roof. Just chillin like nothing was wrong with being on a roof. There was only a small catwalk to get up there so I imagine it couldnt find its way back off. Sorry for the crappy pic.
That's funny
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post #3209 of Old 02-11-2013, 01:06 PM
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Holy cow... Most I'll be pulling out of the ground up here will probably be old mining equipment and the odd spur. Who knows! Maybe I'll get lucky!
Might get some coins that the.miners dropped
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Found some government guys WAY up in the mountains today. It was weird, because they were in a couple of nice trucks; an F150 Supercab and a Chevy Silverado Crew Cab (or whatever the names are for the 4-door types of each truck). Each truck was equipped with a NICE ARB front bumper and Warn Winch. The F150 had a headache rack, too, and the Chevy had some miscellaneous duffel and garbage bags in the back. 10 guys all told, just hangin' out around the trucks, watching me come up the trail in the snow. Only reason I found it unusual was because the trucks were totally unmarked, but they had government plates, the exempt ones. All the guys weren't doing anything, just standing around watching me. I tried looking into the trees to see if I couldn't find what they were working on (machinery, etc.) and didn't see a thing! Just a bunch of unknown men in woodsy outfits wearing baseball caps watching me crawl up the trail. Freaked me out a little, to be honest! Asked around in my moms office-- she's a lawyer for the state of Montana-- and some guys said that the state government had contracted with ARB and they thought Warn to outfit some rugged trucks for use in the absolute backcountry of Montana's mountains. We're talking like 50 miles from any paved road remote. Like 33" BFG Mud Terrains remote. None of the guys knew about any of the organizations/contractors that would use these trucks though. Just whispers and rumors around the state's watercoolers... Strange things up here haha

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