In the 50 years or so that I've wandered the woods, I've run across what I thought to be just about everything. I've discovered old homesteads and all of the treasures they give up. I've found loads of Native American and Confederate artifacts. I've found every type of vehicle and farm equipment from new to antique. I've found almost every imaginable article of men's and women's clothing , and witnessed more than my share of "discreet meetings". I have found most forms "illegal" recreation being made or grown. I've even found a body in the hills of Arkansas . Most of my discoveries have been well off the beaten path as I tend to do serious walkabouts. Today, I found the dangedest thing yet. About 2 miles deep in a property that I've owned for ~ 6 years, I found a fully intact coconut!!! There's never been a homestead there and it was clear cut and reforested over 30 years ago. One road in and out and like I said, it was 2 miles from that road. This kind of thing is another of the hundreds of reasons that I love doing what I do to make a living .