Treasure Cache Hunting. $20 Double Gold Eagles.
I have reason to believe I've located a treasure cache consisting of confederate gold ( 20 dollar double gold eagles ) said to have been buried back in 1864 by the good ole boys from the south!
All my fieldwork indicates that it's there and perhaps at a depth of 15 to 20 ft. I'm at the 12ft. level now and have been bombarded by all these tropical rain squalls that keeps me from making any real progress.
Luckily, I have a water pump to combat that water filled hole but the anticipation of getting back is killing my spirits so to speak cause it's in a flood zone and water surrounding hole has to dissipate or evaporate before anymore real progress can be made.
A cousin and myself have been at this project off and on for 2 to 3 years. It's so disheartening believing and knowing something's there related to gold but seems to take forever to get to a certain depth.
We are living the part of modern day pirates on this TH project. And the good news is that a geologist believes also that a treasure having been buried for just over a 150 years now would very possibly be at my estimated depth.
I guess my perseverance and hard work will get me over the top and collect the prize of a lifetime. JACKPOT!! ANYMORE WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT WOULD BE VERY MORAL SUPPORTIVE!! WHICH IS WHAT I NEED!!
Stan's response: Wow, I really feel for you guys. I know what it is like to get disheartened in these situations. I have been in the same fix several times over the years.
There is a well-known saying for your situation. It has actually proven to be true for me almost every time I have gotten discouraged. Here it is...
"The Night is Darkest, Just Before Dawn"
Hang in there good buddy!