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Invoking 48 hour rule...Dowser search

 
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John Merrifield


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posted Saturday, January 04, 2014 7:53:10 PM 0
I wonder what became of the search for a dowser and what is the latest on the water?
It may have been addressed in a more recent podcast, I don' know. My interest was recently peeked while listening to an older podcast with Paul, Jesse, and Ryan discussing their own dowsing experiences.


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25 posted Saturday, January 04, 2014 10:12:15 PM 0
I'd like to know too!


These posts are from the thread https://permies.com/t/25174/pp/dowser-missoula
We'd like to know how the dowser search went and what the water situation is at TL?
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