Dowsing for Mastodons

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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby mike » Thu Jul 14, 2011 11:44 pm

No I never won the big prize, but I have two lines with £2.70 to collect, trouble is it cost me £25 to win those, still it would be nice to put all the winnings in the bank and just spend the interest each week, think of all them coins pulling your pants off when you try and walk about. :mrgreen: And down our local shop if you have any money larger than a ten pound note, they ask you to come back next day for the change :lol: MUCH sooner see hundreds of small wins rather than just the single big one, spread the fun/money around thats me. 8)
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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby mike » Tue Dec 13, 2011 6:48 pm

Should be getting some reports back soon about how good we were looking for those Mastodons, as the ground now has to be frozen again after the short summer, its freezing here in the UK already, so Canada will be having early snow around this time, not a place where I would be happy Im thinking :shock:
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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby mike » Tue Dec 27, 2011 1:52 am

SURE we should be hearing something soon, EVEN if its bad news and nothings there, without going into detail, got my wrist smacked already for that :oops: but I thought it very worth while to have a dowse like that, but being so far away you just have to wait to see how things went...I would welcome any future dowses of bones or what ever, its the only way to fine tune your dowsing and learn from each experience, if your close/warm, or just plain cold, only way is to have a crack and see where it leads, Im in suspenders waiting :lol:
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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby mike » Thu Jan 12, 2012 11:51 pm

The wait is killing me, of cause they could be knee deep in Mastodons bones right now, and unable to reach the computer... :mrgreen: I love something like this where you can map/Google dowse a site and look for stuff, we should hold more dowse ins, its not about scoring points but having fun, AND fine tuning your skills more. 8)
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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby mike » Sat Jun 09, 2012 10:05 pm

Been reported a family found many huge Mastodon bones behind their home in Iowa USA last year, now the local University is helping dig the site to try and find a complete animal...Still no news from our Canada dig site, so perhaps we never hit pay dirt/bones with our dowsing there. :mrgreen: BACK to the drawing board, the dogs wont eat tonite. :lol:
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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby Grahame Gardner » Mon Jun 11, 2012 8:15 am

mike wrote:.Still no news from our Canada dig site

Ah... I can provide a bit of an update there Mike - the dig is hampered by lack of funds at the moment as they need to rent a JCB excavator to do the digging and they haven't raised enough money yet.
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Re: Dowsing for Mastodons

Postby mike » Wed Jun 13, 2012 12:25 am

Thanks Grahame, thought we had all missed the mark or something,we should invite other digs to probe about/ to show our dowsing skill,, OR lack of it. :mrgreen: Love the idea of looking for stuff,gets the blood moving in this cold wet summer weather we are having. :lol:
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