Oh, the things you’ll stumble upon on an adventure… Photos

60 year old condoms found in a basement.

“My friend works in recycling and found this diary from 1941.”

This 34 kg pearl was found by a fisherman and is worth over $100,000,000.

“My friend found a message in a bottle while fishing.”


“This 8 year old girl found a 1500 year old sword in Lake Vidösten. It is from the Iron Age and is the first of its kind to be found in Scandinavia.”

“I found something!”

A 7 leaf clover.

“Found a 94 year old 1 dollar bill on the ground.”

“Found this old calculator in my great grandmother’s attic.”

“Found a rock within a rock on the beach.”

“A little patch of clover in a bottle.”

A blue crayfish found in the mountains of West Virginia.

A transparent leaf.

“Found this in the woods while trail riding.”

“I broke a rock and found two types of fossils.”

A fossil outside of a pet store!

“I found this under the floorboards of an 1800’s era house.”

This Viking Sword was discovered by Reindeer Hunters in Norway at about 5,400 feet high. It is over 1,000 years old!

“My nephew found a sea sell with baby squids inside.”

“Found this abandoned guinea pig in the woods while playing disc golf. He has a new home now.”

“While walking on the beach in Hawaii my wife and I found this glass ball that has become part of the ecosystem.”

This quartz that was discovered in Arkansas is worth $4,000,000.00

“Message in a bottle found on Floreana Island in the Galapagos. It reads: Hugh Craggs, Yacht St George RTYC Any finder please enclose message bearing date, name of finder, of ship, destination, and send a postcard to Hugh Craggs 50 Ruskin Ave Manor Park London E. 12 The part on the left says: Buried at the foot of post office bay, post office barrel, Floreana Island, Galapagos, Aug 1st 1924.”

“Thankfully my dad noticed them before he started mowing!”

“Opened up the BBQ for the first time in a while.”

A very satisfying pebble on the beach.

“My brother found a dinosaur in his garden.”

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