I thought I would post some of my metal detecting finds. Nothing worth millions, to anyone else, but me The first is a cowbell (without it's ringer)- but I was so excited to find 'something' other than 'garbage' that day. lol. I will keep on and eventually find something that is totally cool to all. Til then, I always have fun with my husband going out and 'detecting'. That is treasure to us.
Fall is coming too... and that is when we go to the ghost towns nearby where we live. The weeds die off, and snakes are less bothersome, so we choose to go then (that or the spring) Beaches on warmer winter days. Those days are coming around again too. Here I am on Coin Beach-- I found a penny. Maybe this year I'll find a nickel!
What an awesome find! Thanks for sharing it with us. Inspiring! I hope to get out detecting some day soon..... I have an old church lot (church no longer there) that I want to go to. It's now a field and planted in soybeans, but along the edge was a few old trees I want to go over...
I thought you might enjoy seeing some of my finds. There is some jewelry and lots of clad coins found in the 80s and 90s. I haven't been metal detecting in years and I live very close to the coast??
This contains a lot of the coins and stuff. I probably have found 50 or so silver coins that I have in coin sleeves somewhere. lol
Here is my metal detector bought in the early 70s I believe. This Whites Eagle II was state of the art in its day. It is a discriminator and can recognize different coins, gold, etc. I am going to have to check it out and see if it still works. (It does!)
I guess I can now add my H Charles New Mexico cache I found using my new Ace 400 detector.
I had many good times with my metal detector on beaches, school yards, farms, and in the Rocky Mountains.
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