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Friday, March 23, 2007

Friday Follow-Ups


Here is a copy of the official letter given to Mr. Bright acknowledging his world record. Note that it shows length and girth as well.





Here is a pic of Dad in our cornfields a couple of years ago. The corn gets 10-12 feet tall and can hide about a billion deer.





It looks like the only way Paul or Trent is ever going to get a big deer is to attend an auction and buy one!




I am still working on deciphering the Strange Rock Carvings I know there is a hidden treasure waiting to be found!








I also need to get my Pontoon boat, The Othmar, into the water.

7 Comments:

At 12:46 PM, Blogger Dazd said...

Interesting stone carvings indeed!

 
At 2:37 PM, Blogger KeesKennis said...

Come and collect your award if you dare.

 
At 3:20 PM, Blogger Cookie..... said...

These symbols have me most intrigued.....

I like to consider my self a frustrated "Indiana Jones", and I'm a member of the NYS Arch. Assoc....

 
At 8:34 PM, Blogger Editor said...

cookie, when you come visit, we will figure this out and find that cannon barrel full of gold too.

 
At 8:49 PM, Blogger deerslayer said...

Have you tried to find out which tribe the symbols are from? I'll bit they are from the blackfoot and if you find this out you can then get a member of that tribe to decypher them for you and discover your treasure. Nice patch of corn too, it must take alot of guarano to grow like that.Just an idea but you might concider asking your dad to keep a crop growing so you'll have a place to hide when the yetti gang comes for you????? or maybe me $$$$$ reward hunting.

 
At 10:19 PM, Blogger Editor said...

Deerslayer, the Indians there were probably Chicksasaw. You would enjoy seeing the Indian Mounds on the property

 
At 10:45 AM, Blogger Cookie..... said...

I checked out the Chocktaw, Mississippi and Chickesaw languge symbols but couldn't find anything in common with what you posted,

One of the symbols...for whatever it's worth is Celtic in nature....I'm still researching....let ya know...

 

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