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« on: November 28, 2009, 07:24:41 am »
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 Hello fellow t.hunters. Below I've posted a few pictures of a turtle that I've been studying and poking about.  I think it holds a mystery that needs fathoming out. I'd like suggestions on: the face profile, X sign beneath it and the slash cut into the rock face. Some may feel that all signs are natural....that's Ok by me but I feel that the slash and X have been man made. You will note that I've outlined the images I'd like you to look at in mud, that's all I had available to me at that moment. How I'm seeing things is like this: eye of face and slash - line up pointing to flat stone to the left? I'll be happy to hear what the rest of you  have to say and, any advice on how to proceed.

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« Reply #1 on: November 29, 2009, 06:35:55 pm »
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After staring an gazing I feel these are natural except for the slash, that appears to be an impact from something. The X appears as a natural clefting due to plant growth and stoe face weakness.  Now if you dig under this whole thing and find that chest of gold coins, I'll deny I ever said no to your suggestions.

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« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2009, 08:04:17 am »
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Edjcox:  Thank you for your opinion it is appreciated.  I've decided to do a little bit of digging under the flat stone, found to the left of the signs, will let you know if that pot of gold lays waiting.
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countryboy 1170.  Thank you, most informative and very helpful site

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