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Detecting day

7 Feb

This morning I hunted a couple of private yards with a friend. I was supposed to go out to western Kansas to hunt an old military campground with other guys but I couldn’t go out of town so when I got the invite to hunt in the morning I jumped at the chance.

As it turned out, the morning did not produce any silver but it was fun anyway. I ended up with a ton of clad and 9 wheats ranging in date from 1917 to 1944.
am-hunt
wheats

Then I began to get updates from the guys out west. Man! They were finding all kinds of cool stuff! So in the afternoon, I had a couple of hours free and I headed to my favorite park. Once again, my deep silver park didn’t disappoint. I managed to pull two war nickels and of course some trash.

war1

clean

So the day was pretty good. Got to hunt some private property which is rare for me, got to meet a new prospective metal detectorist and at the end, I managed to produce silver.

Thank you for stopping by!

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2 Responses to “Detecting day”

  1. stevessunkentreasures February 7, 2015 at 9:12 pm #

    Sounds and looks like a great day. As always we missed you out west but I understand all to well!

  2. Ozarks February 8, 2015 at 1:42 pm #

    Looks like a great day of diggin! Congrats on the silver! I love finding wheaties, too!

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