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The Midas Touch

We decided to take a chance and hit the pond which DW had called a tooth gold mine. At 10:30 we arrived, and at 10:30:02, after looking down, I spotted my first tooth. This place was loaded; and the teeth were all golden color. A Midas DW touch?? DW scored a killer angy before lunch, and Dude was digging next to him. I berated him for his inability to keep up with DW, but this would later haunt me. This made us all hungry, so we headed to the Bell.

After scarfing our food, back to the tooth gold mine. Dude and DW began exchanging killer teeth. For about an hour, each one them would out do the other. It was an old fashioned rivalry for the sweetest angy! I did not find the big angy today, but founds gobs of teeth, a nice dolphin tooth, and a large rostral. Also, check out the mint posterior angys. I had to leave a little early to avoid fosstility, and also to remove my chandler bridge muddied foot from my mouth. My verbal slinging had come back at me, as Dude laid out his finds for me upon my exit.

Can't wait to collect again.

Location Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA

ID342
Memberda fossz
Date Added1/17/2004

  

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