weaver hillbille

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weaver hillbille last won the day on September 8 2016

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About weaver hillbille

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    12mi. NNW of Rich Hill & Poway,CA
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    cattle,soil mineral profiles,horticulture, wild russian hogs, bbq, "granitoidlian bouldercitacaeaous shinylicious baublite",Bellekeno,

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  1. It look like you are coping well with the task at hand. Nice fitment.
  2. "The right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed", is separate from a well regulated militia- not part of. NOte the comma,,,,,
  3. I know you don't mandate CFL's, but... http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-02-15-challenge-100000-to-first-person-scientific-study-proving-thimerosal-mercury-is-safe-to-inject-into-children.html .........caution is wise.
  4. Building a straw man, he is.
  5. ANd Autism, but that doesn't fit the Centers for Doctor Corruption's narrative that there is no connection.
  6. Pebble Deposit in Alaska - symbol NAK... With new admin things are looking up http://www.northerndynastyminerals.com/ndm/StockQuotes.asp Fox report ................................................................................................................................................................... NAK: 1 & 5 yr charts < NYSE
  7. I'm guessing rockstacks are out of favor because they are easily vandalized/dispersed. Everything else, post wise, has to be pulled out or pushed over. What about steel Tposts as a valid corner marker? It's he11 pulling those out of the ground- would have to be sawzall'd off @ ground level.
  8. There are no woods in the SUperstitions. Nice try
  9. I think he was just in Prescott
  10. It sure would be neat to have the .50 cal Hawken that molded bullets for.
  11. The view from 4900' to the W, SW: WEaver 6574' on the right and Rockyboy 6165' on the left.
  12. Well it's not a machine tap. I htink it's pseudomorph of specular hematite over a quartz crystal with a broken end.
  13. Ya just need a flock of sheep to keep her busy, now. Good dogs, Border Collies are, but calling them stubborn is an understatement.
  14. I thought it was some sort of drill, as well ,or holddown, but it doesn't attract a rare earth mag. Are drill steels made of high manganese/chromium/non ferrous materials? THere must be some Fe in a drill steel... I'm working on a stand for it and after that I will get some pics. What attracted me to it was the skeletonized "bull" quartz on the end with all clean points. I've found enough roughed up "bull" to make this rare in my book. I'm going to take it to an upcoming Treasure Seekers meeting in Escondido and have them scratch their heads over it.
  15. I think they do it by detailed work with an assortment of high speed burrs( think DREMEL tool but better). Just a guess. I don't do it but have heard others roughly describe what's involved in the cleaning of fire agate, which has some similarities, I think. . It helps if you can ID what has to be cut away , and what is to be saved, and the ability to precisely remove what isn't the silicious goodies.