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First DIY Burial Euro
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I just dug up my first attempt at the burial method. Worked very well with very little effort.

The pics are when I first took it out, after I hosed it off, and then after a bit of peroxide.

Season will be here soon enough![Image: 079f9156c40b85827df6d2861fe2e69e.jpg][Image: 518005e8dc0ab685d06566488ccef464.jpg][Image: cc2b8d9c8feeb8b9f8cb6fe78784376a.jpg][Image: 6913393b2902597dd11b0f11cf6292f3.jpg]
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(06-29-2020, 07:14 AM)buckmark 13 Wrote: I just dug up my first attempt at the burial method. Worked very well with very little effort.

The pics are when I first took it out, after I hosed it off, and then after a bit of peroxide.

Season will be here soon enough![Image: 079f9156c40b85827df6d2861fe2e69e.jpg][Image: 518005e8dc0ab685d06566488ccef464.jpg][Image: cc2b8d9c8feeb8b9f8cb6fe78784376a.jpg][Image: 6913393b2902597dd11b0f11cf6292f3.jpg]

How long did that whole process take?
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great job.
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nice. that looks really good.
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(06-29-2020, 02:16 PM)Csniffen08 Wrote:
(06-29-2020, 07:14 AM)buckmark 13 Wrote: I just dug up my first attempt at the burial method. Worked very well with very little effort.

The pics are when I first took it out, after I hosed it off, and then after a bit of peroxide.

Season will be here soon enough![Image: 079f9156c40b85827df6d2861fe2e69e.jpg][Image: 518005e8dc0ab685d06566488ccef464.jpg][Image: cc2b8d9c8feeb8b9f8cb6fe78784376a.jpg][Image: 6913393b2902597dd11b0f11cf6292f3.jpg]

How long did that whole process take?
About 6 months, but it could have been ready in 3 or 4 I guess. I decided to err on leaving it buried for awhile to ensure I didn't have a mess on my hands.

In total, digging the hole was the most time consuming part of the entire process. I have probably 2 hours of actual time invested, including digging the hole. I won't pay for a euro mount again, that's for sure!
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(07-01-2020, 03:10 PM)buckmark 13 Wrote:
(06-29-2020, 02:16 PM)Csniffen08 Wrote:
(06-29-2020, 07:14 AM)buckmark 13 Wrote: I just dug up my first attempt at the burial method. Worked very well with very little effort.

The pics are when I first took it out, after I hosed it off, and then after a bit of peroxide.

Season will be here soon enough![Image: 079f9156c40b85827df6d2861fe2e69e.jpg][Image: 518005e8dc0ab685d06566488ccef464.jpg][Image: cc2b8d9c8feeb8b9f8cb6fe78784376a.jpg][Image: 6913393b2902597dd11b0f11cf6292f3.jpg]

How long did that whole process take?
About 6 months, but it could have been ready in 3 or 4 I guess. I decided to err on leaving it buried for awhile to ensure I didn't have a mess on my hands.

In total,  digging the hole was the most time consuming part of the entire process. I have probably 2 hours of actual time invested,  including digging the hole. I won't pay for a euro mount again, that's for sure!
Thats awesome! Came out really well.
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