HuntingRelics.com

Mailing address: 5275 W. Swamp Road
Rt. 313, Fountainville, Pa. 18923

Phone # 215-651-8329

Private Lands available for Hunting arrowheads, fossils,meteorites,dinosaurs,camping or you out back adventures

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    See Bill's Kodiac Fishing Trip ... 2007

    See Bill's Argentina Dove Hunt of Feb. 2008


    If you have any comments, please Email Us We deliver to the following counties in Pa:
    Adams County, Clinton County, Lackawanna County, Pike County Allegheny County, Columbia County, Lancaster County, Potter County Armstrong County, Crawford County, Lawrence County, Schuylkill County Beaver County, Cumberland County, Lebanon County, Snyder County Bedford County, Dauphin County, Lehigh County, Somerset County Berks County, Delaware County, Luzerne County, Sullivan County Blair County, Elk County, Lycoming County, Susquehanna County Bradford County, Erie County, McKean County, Tioga County Bucks County, Fayette County, Mercer County, Union County Butler County, Forest County, Mifflin County, Venango County Cambria County, Franklin County, Monroe County, Warren County Cameron County, Fulton County, Montgomery County, Washington County Carbon County, Greene County, Montour County, Wayne County Centre County, Huntingdon County, Northampton County, Westmoreland County Chester County, Indiana County, Northumberland County, Wyoming County Clarion County, Jefferson County, Perry County, York County Clearfield County, Juniata County, Philadelphia County


    Arrowhead Hunting on our farms

    Hunting at our Crows Va. Location

    Hunting Dinosaures, mule deer, and pheasants in Malta Mt.

    Hunt for arrowheads in Milan Pa.

    Hunt for fossils in Milan Pa.

    Hunt For Meteorites at our New Mexico Ranch

    Hunting at our Antwerp N.Y. Farm

    Used Books We Sell And Barter With

    Hunt For Petrified Wood at Our Malta Mt. Ranch Known as the Wilson Ranch

    Arts and Craft Supplies We Carry

    Hunting Geese at our Dublin Pa Tree Farm
    Books..New & Used Availability
    Hedges
    Hollies
    Japanese Maples
    Junipers
    Lilacs
    Ornamentals
    Wanted Rock Collections ...Indian Artifacts....Fossils
    Shade Trees
    See Our Corriente Cattle Ranch

    Some of our finds from our properties:


    Transplants
    Wanted Old Gieser Toys
    Wetland Plants

    Treasure Hunting Site Rockhoundstation1.com

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    We invite our customers to explore for Indian artifacts, hunt, fish, camp, etc., maybe you can get lucky too. We have 5 properties, totalling 1100 acres, near the town of Milan, Pa, on the western side of Susquehanna River in rural Bradford County. From Highland Hill Farm it is about a two-hour drive if you'll please obey the speed limits.We also have thousands of acres of private lands across America ready for you to explore.

    Fishing Feeds



    Truth or Consequences, New Mexico is the town nearest to where we now have the 67 square mile North Fork Ranch and the 95 square mile Flying X ranch, and it was in fact named after the television show. Honest. No, this time, it's really true. (Yes, square miles! No crowding.) You see, in 1950, when the United State's population was just about exactly half of today's 296 million, New Mexico didn't even have 1 million people. In 1950, New Mexico didn't even quite have 900,000 people. Hot Springs in the southwest part of the state was plodding along slowly and fairly comfortably, much the same as hundreds of other small resort cities "off the beaten paths" of our nation. Tourist trade, practically speaking, was the city's only industry beyond some livestock ranching. Hot Springs, New Mexico's majority of visitors here sought the town's health spa waters facilities finding the little community offered more for their money than almost anywhere else. Hot Springs, New Mexico was often very sunny and always very quiet. The cost of living was, and still is, extremely reasonable. In 1950, visitors and residents alike did, and still do, relax in the healing, naturally hot mineral baths, bask in the almost ever present sunshine, fill their lungs with the fresh, pure air that envelopes the city and surrounding areas, fish a little, and play dominoes and shuffleboard. The only problem, indeed a major "issue," was the last popular pastime which hasn't yet been mentioned; sitting on the sidewalk benches to watch the few travelers as they passed on the highway, usually without stopping. Recreation then was undeveloped and the town was lost among the hundreds of other " Hot Springs" scattered all over the United States; its name indicating nothing more significant than the likelihood that some pools of hot water were located in the area. One momentous day in 1950, NBC television and radio producer Ralph Edwards, on the 10th anniversary of the Truth or Consequences radio program, called his staff together and said, "I wish that some town in the United States liked and respected our show so much that it would be willing to change it's name to ours. Imagine a town named 'Truth or Consequences.' Promotes us, promotes them." Upon hearing the proposition, the New Mexico State Tourist Bureau relayed the news to the manager of all the Chambers of commerce within the state and the manager of the Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce spread the news like wildfire. Here was an opportunity to advertise the city and it's resources free of charge touted the manager of Hot springs Chamber of Commerce. Better still, no longer was the town to be confused with that "other one" in Arkansas and the hundreds or so others throughout the nation (California alone has more than 30 towns called "Hot Springs") (Seriously). So, in a special city election held August, 1950, 1,294 of the town's residents voted for the change to "Truth or Consequences." On the other hand, 295 area residents opposed the change and a protest was filed, so the city returned to the polls and again voted (Again, Seriously) by a margin greater than four to one, to go ahead with the name change. And it was done. Almost 14 years later, in January 1964, the question went to the people again and they voted to keep the name as Truth or Consequences. A fourth election was held on August 18, 1967, and once more a majority voted to keep the little town's unique name.. Ralph Edwards and his entire NBC show's crew came in 1950, aired the first live, coast-to-coast broadcast of Truth or Consequences from the little town in New Mexico so named. Truth or Consequences residents were very pleased to say Ralph Edwards continued coming back every year of the show's life thereafter - with his Hollywood staff and friends - to celebrate the anniversary of the name change, and to help spread the news about the little town that adopted him and he in turn had adopted. In 1974, Ralph Edwards' Truth or Consequences went off then ABC's airwaves. There have been later reincarnations of the show which ran for a year or two, the latest was the Spanish version of 2003 titled "Techo Hueco." Truth or Consequences, New Mexico is an oasis of hot water pools, along with two of the New Mexico's best lakes and many other recreational opportunities throughout Sierra County. Ralph Edwards lived to be 92 years old. He died in November. How's that for longevity? Bob Barker's career also went on (and on) after his time on Truth or Consequences. His time on The Price is Right only ended in 2003 after that show was on the airwaves for 41 years. Then, let's not forget there was the similar show Let's Make A Deal with Monty Hall. Did you know that I can honestly say that my father was Monty Hall ?
    The greatest find since the discovery of the Neanderthal Neandertal) Man and the Cro-Magnon Man in France was barely a few feet over the Italian side of the border with Austria resting at an altitude of 10,500 feet. A total of four books, two books popular enough to become paperbacks, have since been written about "Oetzi," or "Otzi," as the ice-mummy has been named. Uncovering the Life and Times of a Prehistoric Man Found in an Alpine Glacier, by Brenda Fowler, was published in 2000. The Man in the Ice was published in 1995, by Konrad Spindler, the local archaeologist brought in when it became obvious a modern-day murder victim hadn't been found. His book was updated in 2001. Two children's books have also been published to help develop their interest in historical science as something they'll find "current," and not "boring." The intense study of the "ice-mummy" yielding all the detailed information for these books was performed at Innsbruck University, and the body is now on display at the museum in Bolzano, Italy.

    America's prehistoric residents and later Native American Indians used straight branches from Arrowwood Viburnums, as the name implies, to make their arrows' shafts. Did you ever wonder at what point in their growth the outside of thin tree boughs and twigs develop bark and become wood? When do little seedling's stems, their "mini-trunks," grow up enough to develop bark and become wood? How thick does a green wispy thin twig have to become before it's a branch of wood? The answer is, generally, at about a half-inch diameter. In fact, that is just about the diameter of the Alpine Iceman's arrows.

    Do you see it? The point here is that when you get out and use your shoe leather, you are, in fact, helping discover the past and help all of us understand our common and uncommon links. All that would have remained of Otzi in a few seasons he would be afew arrowheads lost in piles of rocks high up in the Alps.

    After all the hours spent on this, and the !%^&@$*%#! Are/but/a/vitae, I need a break. ...


    1. Arrowhead Hunting on our Milan Pa Farms We have 1200 acres in Milan Pa. Where we allow walking and digging for arrowheads for a fee. This was once the site of an Indian Village so there is material to be found.
    http://www.seedlingsrus.com/Arrowheads.html


    2. Our Truth or Consequences Ranch in New MexicoOur Fling X Ranch is a must for hunters of arrowheads, fossils, dino bones, and meteorites. Read about our 5000 plus or minus acres of private ranch land that is open for your relic hunting.
    http://www.seedlingsrus.com/SierraCountyRanch.html


    3. Our Recent Hunts
    Read about our recent trips and adventures....also info on some of our other locations....
    http://www.seedlingsrus.com/recreationalop2.html


    4. American Arborvitae - Durable and easy to plant
    Read about one of the best plants for your landscape...
    http://www.zone5trees.com/AmericanArborvitae.html


    5. Items I find, bought, or traded for...
    See items and things that Bill has to sell or barter with..
    http://huntingrelics.com/BillsTreasures.html


    6. More Items I find, bought, or traded for...
    See items stored at our Ferry Road Farm in Fountainville Pa.
    http://huntingrelics.com/DansTreasures.html


    7. More Items I find, bought, or traded for...
    See items stored at our Ferry Road Farm in Fountainville Pa.
    http://huntingrelics.com/BillsTreasuresElec.html


    8. More Items we got from hauling and cleanout jobs.... Furniture and other items at our Farm in Fountainville Pa.
    http://huntingrelics.com/BillsTreasuresHHFBarn.html
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0CxXJ3iDlHM
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ttrzQNPSt4o


    9. Hunt Coyotes at our Milan farms in Bradford Pa.
    http://huntingrelics.com/HuntingCoyotes.html


    10. Hunt Groundhogs at our Milan farms in Bradford Pa.
    http://huntingrelics.com/HuntingGroundHogs.html


    11. Saw Blades that we Sell in Fountainville Pa.
    http://huntingrelics.com/BillsSawBlade.html


    12. Deer Control Tags...Dmap Tags.
    http://huntingrelics.com/HuntingWithOurDmapTags.html


    13. See Spiders on our plants.
    http://huntingrelics.com/Spiders.html


    14. Go Rattlesnake Hunting on our Ranches.
    http://huntingrelics.com/HuntingSnakes.html


    15. To Buy Nursery and Landscaping Supplies From Us....
    http://huntingrelics.com/NurserySupplies.html


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    Field Stone Prices

    Creek Stone Prices

    Special Stone Prices

    Select a Boulder in Stock

    See Our 10 Bucks A Rock Page

    Buy or Hunt Fossil Rocks in Milan Pa.

    Unusual Rocks From Milan Pa

    Select a Pallet of Creekstones from our Pa Farms

    See Our Rock..Boulder...and Stone Challenge

    Standing Irregular...$275 per pallet

    Call us or stop in to see our natural rock for landscape design, architects, landscaping nurseries, and construction contractors. We sell these by the individual rock, car load, trunk load, half pallet or full pallet. Prices range due to shipping costs. Call us at 215 651 8329 for a price. We can drop off these pallets or you can pick them up.

    Call us or stop in to see our natural rock for landscape design, architects, landscaping nurseries, and construction contractors. We sell these by the individual rock, car load, trunk load, half pallet or full pallet. Prices range due to shipping costs. Call us at 215 651 8329 for a price. We can drop off these pallets or you can pick them up.

    Guillotine Veneer...$250 per pallet


    Did you know that: Pennsylvania Bluestone is a unique sand stone found only in Northeastern Pennsylvania and South Central New York region, but mostly in Susquehanna County and Bradford Counties. Pennsylvania Bluestone derives its name from its you guessed it...its blue color. It is marketed in two types: dimensional (architectural grade) used for treads, sill, cladding, coping, counter tops, and flagstone, which is used for walkways and patios. As sediments fossilized into rock, minerals carried by groundwater through rock deposits created other colors, including: blue, green, earth tone, and lilac or a combination of these shades. Our Pennsylvania Bluestone is a strong, stable stone that resists cracking and won’t discolor easily. Yes, Pennsylvania Bluestone is highly prized as a building material and for adding architectural details because it can be easily separated into slabs of desired size. It can be sawed or split to make desired sizes. You can order from us special cut lengths and widths.

    Thermal Pattern Flag...1.5inch is $8.15 per sq ft, 1 inch is $7.15 per sq ft

    Thin West Mountain Wall...$225 pallet, $185 half pallet


    White Sand Stone...$265  pallet, $195 half pallet

    Thin Colonial...$190 pallet, $115 half pallet

    Thin Field Stone...$195 pallet, $115 half pallet

    Thin Creek Stone...$235 pallet, $190 half pallet

    Belguim Cobble...$4.00 ea

    Chert...From Florida...$420 per ton

    Tumbled Pattern

    Regular Fieldstone

    Sunrise Valley Wallstone

    Thin Tumble Wallstone

    Heavy Colonial

    Irregular Garden

    Regular Creek Stone

    Medium Boulders

    Regular Creekstone

    Heavy Tumble Wall Stone

    Heavy Fieldstone

    Heavy Steppers

    Heavy Standing

    Pattern Flagstone


    Our Pennsylvania thermal faced flagging is the highest quality flagging available. Each piece is saw-cut on all six sides, then thermaled on one surface to give it a natural look. The thicknesses are uniform. This allows for easier installation. When you visit our yard we will be glad to show you the sizes we have available. Thermal Fullcolor Tread

    Thermal Blue Tread

    Thermal Lilac Tread

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