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9 hours ago, SteveThe Snakes said:

I love old artifacts. 

Still has some in it, still sprays.  Got it from my dad before he died 28 years ago 

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10 hours ago, SteveThe Snakes said:

I love old artifacts. 

Hmm aren’t you becoming one? I am😳

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3 minutes ago, SteveThe Snakes said:

Old Codger status. 

Yep that’s for sure. I was with Donk yesterday and he’s feelin it for sure at 71

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5 minutes ago, SteveThe Snakes said:

Old Codger status. 

Yep, sucks getting old.

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5 minutes ago, Jimmy boy said:

Yep that’s for sure. I was with Donk yesterday and he’s feelin it for sure at 71

Wow, still young at heart!  Awesome!

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My youngest daughter last weekend.

 

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Another day of suffering at Sweetpea Ranch

 

Bulldog Canyon getting the best of The Bulldog

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Post Backflip Recovery:

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Turning around for another go at it:

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Someone going the womans way:

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The Anvil at the top:

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15 hours ago, SteveThe Snakes said:

I love old artifacts. 

Its illegal to pick up or disturb old artifacts.  Tossing a beer can on the ground is illegal...  but picking it up in 10 years is too !  lol.gif.33ce85ee794f85a7eabc27e664d23d6a.gif

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Tremendous dual sport ride today. Found a potential new lair with some sweet trails, comes with a Cabana! Skipped the sausage market this time, lots of AARP members out front, probably paying by check.

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2 hours ago, Jeff aka Bolt said:

Its illegal to pick up or disturb old artifacts.  Tossing a beer can on the ground is illegal...  but picking it up in 10 years is too !  lol.gif.33ce85ee794f85a7eabc27e664d23d6a.gif

Everything is illegal.  I use the "Fun Meter" method...

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2 hours ago, Jeff aka Bolt said:

Its illegal to pick up or disturb old artifacts.  Tossing a beer can on the ground is illegal...  but picking it up in 10 years is too !  lol.gif.33ce85ee794f85a7eabc27e664d23d6a.gif

Garbage on the ground? Texans frown on it also.

 

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2 hours ago, Jeff aka Bolt said:

Its illegal to pick up or disturb old artifacts.  Tossing a beer can on the ground is illegal...  but picking it up in 10 years is too !  lol.gif.33ce85ee794f85a7eabc27e664d23d6a.gif

Think its 50 years for standard garbage to be come artifact. Do we needs to start fact checking you like BB? 😂

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20 minutes ago, T.T. Rider said:

Think its 50 years for standard garbage to be come artifact. Do we needs to start fact checking you like BB? 😂

I first typed 50...  but I remember having this conversation with the head ranger at the Ridgecrest BLM office...  he said if its rusty leave it be.  :bonk:

Their red tape was getting silly so we canceled our volunteer clean up event and just went riding.

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3 minutes ago, Jeff aka Bolt said:

I first typed 50...  but I remember having this conversation with the head ranger at the Ridgecrest BLM office...  he said if its rusty leave it be.  :bonk:

Their red tape was getting silly so we canceled our volunteer clean up event and just went riding.

In 2012, my then 4 year old Son and I were exploring the area at Chimney Rock - site of the February 1867 battle between natives and settlers. The written account mentioned a 'window' in the rock that overlooked Lucerne Dry lake and we found it. The 'window' is a triangular opening between three large rocks. In the loose sand on the hillside, we found an unfired .58 caliber conical and a 1865 Penny.

I contacted the San Bernardino County Museum and offered the find to them, if they would credit my son as the finder and display it. They told me - albeit very nicely - that the artifacts were not significant enough to be of any interest...

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2 minutes ago, Jeff aka Bolt said:

I first typed 50...  but I remember having this conversation with the head ranger at the Ridgecrest BLM office...  he said if its rusty leave it be.  :bonk:

Their red tape was getting silly so we canceled our volunteer clean up event and just went riding.

Its not just artifacts. Its illegal to remove anything from public lands (except resources you have a permit for such as firewood/minerals etc.). Does not matter if its a pinecone, a feather or a rock. By law, your supposed to leave it.

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4 minutes ago, El Extremo said:

In 2012, my then 4 year old Son and I were exploring the area at Chimney Rock - site of the February 1867 battle between natives and settlers. The written account mentioned a 'window' in the rock that overlooked Lucerne Dry lake and we found it. The 'window' is a triangular opening between three large rocks. In the loose sand on the hillside, we found an unfired .58 caliber conical and a 1865 Penny.

I contacted the San Bernardino County Museum and offered the find to them, if they would credit my son as the finder and display it. They told me - albeit very nicely - that the artifacts were not significant enough to be of any interest...

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Hang on to that penny! 1865 is an important year in our countries history  (being the year the civil war ended).

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