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In the woods
Posted by: cedarswamp
Date: January 12, 2019 06:30PM
Forced in the woods only place to dig 28 degrees, a part of an 1885 church camp,,,,,CEDAR

Re: In the woods
Posted by: cedarswamp
Date: January 12, 2019 09:18PM
Taken with mxt all pro 8x6 sef coil 1903 indian and 1919s wheat,,,,,CEDAR

nice findsN/T
Posted by: Elton
Date: January 12, 2019 09:32PM

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Re: In the woods
Posted by: jim tn
Date: January 13, 2019 06:37AM
Nice finds and hunting. :thumb up: HH jim tn

Re: In the woods
Posted by: dfmike
Date: January 13, 2019 03:38PM
Nice finds. Any markings on the fork ? It seems to have an intricate handle.

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Re: In the woods
Posted by: pulltab
Date: January 17, 2019 10:12PM
finds like that you might want to stay in the woods :detecting:

Re: In the woods
Posted by: still looking 52
Date: January 19, 2019 06:10PM
I'm starting to think the woods is our final frontier. What I find pretty cool about the woods is old coins aren't that deep compared to the park and field coins. My brother Ron have talked about why that seems to be and what we've come up with is that leaves falling from the trees don't pile up on the ground like the mowed areas where the grass trimmings fall.
When we find silver in the woods it's generally around three inches deep, in the parks and fields usually beyond 6" deep.

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