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Offline gmmrshadowTopic starter
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Join Date: Feb, 2010
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« on: August 23, 2010, 03:47:46 am »
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Hello fellow THs,I am back,I have been having computer problems and for some reason could not log on to this site.
I went down to Jax Beach a couple times this summer to do some work,and took the dfx.It worked great and I found a handfull of change,so I went over to Fernadina Beach to try my luck and found several dollars worth of quarters around the volleyball court.  Cheesy
I have also been to Claystone Park at lake Tobesoffkee in Macon,Ga. several times and pulled about 7or 8 dollars worth of change out of the sand Grin.
I made a homemade sandscoop out of a coffee can.I simply cut a round hole in the bottom of one can,and then cut a round hole in a second can.Then I cut the whole bottom out of the second can and screwed the two bottoms together with a piece of hardware cloth sandwiched between them.Then I put a handel on it.It works pretty good,cost=0 dollars. Clapp
 I have been having trouble seperating pulltabs from nickels.Does anyone have any good ideas?
Well,I have to go,talk more when I can.


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