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« on: August 19, 2010, 03:52:36 pm »
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 I hiked into a lake up in our coastal ranges this morning what beautiful weather.
The lake was dammed in the very late 1800's, when the 1906 quake hit part of the dam broke and
a huge piece of one of the hillsides broke free and filled half the lake up. It used to be a reservoir
to provide water for a small community in the south bay hills, now it's county park property about
mile and a half hike. I didn't find much, some fishing lures, shotgun shells, a few coins and some trash but I'm going to go back
I believe theres something old to be had.  Idea
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just go out, dig it all and have fun!!
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i like the shot gun brass ..good finds!!!

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