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For You Southern Ontario Treasure HuntersA freebee for you, well, almost, as I anticipate you will honor me with the second most important one found. You get to keep the best one, and all the rest. Thatís not too much to ask, is it ? A mere token of accomplishment.True story - - an old timer living alone, somewhere between the 1940ís and 1950í used to hide his money stash, of which was known to be in the form of coins, in the cracks of the hardhead rocks across the creek from his cabin. He had died and though some of the locals tried to learn exactly where, no one ever found his treasure trove. True !! However, with todayís metal/gold detectors, and a few hours, quite likely you could find it. This came from a good source back then, who knew the old boy, and conveyed the story.Area - - north of Highway 7, up Highway 41.Rather than cause a mad rush, Iíll feed this out one at a time. Must have a detector, can devote at least the day for it (a most beautiful drive anyway), can convince me youíll not sit on it but rather formulate positive planning to visit the site, and would be honest enough to share the good news with me. No guarantees, but I do know the story was good. Else I would never have held it in until now.Any takers ? <-good_>There is lots of snow there now, But that sounds very exciting. I would like to spend a few days trying in the early spring.
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