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7centsworth

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Took me a while to even figure out how to log in. I had to change my password and everything. At least we can lost again but not sure how I’m going to like it. I’ll get used to it.
 

7centsworth

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Private message is beside your name. And to change the times being off you have to click on your name and then put in your time zone. Hope this helps.
 

balenim

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Took me a while to even figure out how to log in. I had to change my password and everything. At least we can lost again but not sure how I’m going to like it. I’ll get used to it.
I had to change my password as well but I really like the new look and being able to scroll down through the threads. Great change!
 

Mike from MI "Iron Brigade"

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I'm figuring it out, but sadly I don't see some names and bet we will lose some of them. :(
 

7centsworth

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Posting pictures is way easier. I just posted all my Xterra coils for sale. As I’m getting equinox 800.
 

Confetrit

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I'm figuring it out, but sadly I don't see some names and bet we will lose some of them. :(
Mike, I see from your avatar name, that you must enjoy History. The Iron Brigade was one of the norths toughest fighting brigades in the American War Between the States. But I'm sure you already knew this. If you enjoy reading History there was a Great book written on the Iron Brigade entitled "Those Damned Black Hats" . They were given this name by the Johnnies' that opposed them. Great read if interested. Have a good day. I hope we don't lose any members here. This is a great forum.
 

Mike from MI "Iron Brigade"

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Staff member
Mike, I see from your avatar name, that you must enjoy History. The Iron Brigade was one of the norths toughest fighting brigades in the American War Between the States. But I'm sure you already knew this. If you enjoy reading History there was a Great book written on the Iron Brigade entitled "Those Damned Black Hats" . They were given this name by the Johnnies' that opposed them. Great read if interested. Have a good day. I hope we don't lose any members here. This is a great forum.
Yes I know a fair amount about the Iron Brigade but have not read that book. Nearly 20 years ago several guys from MI, IN, and IL met up in a some farm fields in Northern Indiana. They decided to call themselves the Iron Brigade. Not only because of the great men who fought in the CW, but they also dug lots of iron from the fields. After that they decided that anyone who went digging with a member of the IB would then be a member. In only a few years there were way over 100 members from all over the US, Canada, and other places as well. There wasn't any club dues or formal meetings, just diggers meeting up to go digging. Most don't use the handle anymore, but I kept it because I have made friends for life on many of these hunts. I was one of the earliest members in the IB. :)
 

Confetrit

Well-known member
Yes I know a fair amount about the Iron Brigade but have not read that book. Nearly 20 years ago several guys from MI, IN, and IL met up in a some farm fields in Northern Indiana. They decided to call themselves the Iron Brigade. Not only because of the great men who fought in the CW, but they also dug lots of iron from the fields. After that they decided that anyone who went digging with a member of the IB would then be a member. In only a few years there were way over 100 members from all over the US, Canada, and other places as well. There wasn't any club dues or formal meetings, just diggers meeting up to go digging. Most don't use the handle anymore, but I kept it because I have made friends for life on many of these hunts. I was one of the earliest members in the IB. :)
that sounds like a lot of fun and a way to meet some great folks. I'll bet y'all hit those fields like an Iron Brigade. Great story.
 
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