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Those are some nice flasks! There are apparently a couple of us who appreciate Oregon glass. Those ambers are particularly nice with great character. They are all at least very scarce to rare, and the tie in to Hotaling makes them a "10" in my book. Thanks for posting them. They sure are not being dug these days for several reasons. M.E.
Yeah, too bad that the Oregon legislature fell under the spell of a few lying archys. We still have some good permissions up there and won't let some obscure "law" stop us. The COP says that it's cool, so maybe we can get away with a few pits.
Tule? what's it stand for Tule Lake area?g.o.
I think he meany "toolie" as in tooled-top. Yeah, I agree the "Hotaling" part makes em' cool and real collectible.
Sorry about the "localization" of the word "Toolie". Tules abound around here, so I just shortened the word to give it a "valley" flavor, GO.There is a glossary of western bottle digging terminology that a few of us came up with 20 or so years back. Still got some copies, AP? Maybe it need some updating?
I have no idea why I thought "tule" was about the Tule Lake area. Might be oldtimers setting in. Thanks for clearing that up boys.g.o.
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