Originally Posted by fingerlickin'
You better at least get one free bag out of that after you contact the company and show them those pics. That's filthy.
The only thing bad i've found so far with wicked good is too many huge pieces of logs.
I use RO too, but that is ridiculous. Just some small rocks so far. Find some WG.
I have some WG but usually save it for my long cooks. Like you I have to bust up the "logs". Only object I've found in WG has been some nylon cord.
Originally Posted by forrest2906
looks like a possible native american artifact, I would take it to the museum and have it carbon dated, may be worth it's weight in gold. :)
It does look like an axe head! Maybe MartyLeach can make me a fancy custom handle for it & I can use it as a lump buster!
Originally Posted by HOPTOAD
Found this in my last bag of RO lump.
Looks very similar but yours looks a bit more lethal!
Originally Posted by kennyd0118
It looks like a tooth from the machine they use to scoop it up. They are usually replaceable since they wear.
I love Wicked Good WW. I'm in NH so it's fairly cheap. I pay $16-$17 for a 22# bag. My only complaint is a lot of times the pieces are TOO BIG!
I usually have to break them into smaller chunks. I do sometimes find a piece of concrete in there but that is about it.
You're probably right about it being a tooth.
Originally Posted by Gore
I am so farkin' jealous. I found a chunk of UFO-shaped concrete in Cowboy lump that was nearly a foot in diameter and weighed well over 5 pounds (the bag was significantly heavier than the 10 pounds advertised). What you have there is REALLY cool though. That is better than anything I've ever gotten!
Wow, 5+ lbs! That's got to be a top contender for largest & heaviest object!
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