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    Open Park?

    Please check your local park district web site for availability of open parks. The parks and trails I am hunting are open. Playground equipment and ball diamonds are not open. Social distancing is still in effect. Keep safe.
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    out efore the snow came

    Thought I would visit the local park and trails for some early goodies. This makes 13 unbroken mason jar glass plates I have found. Good luck in the coming warm up.
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    new digger found

    Found digger, needs repair, Kimber lost her Cat bling, Mason jar lid, have yet to find full jar with goodies inside. I hope everyone is enjoying our heat wave and getting out for this spring break.
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    Still here, just frozen too

    Still frozen ground or muddy in the sun. I hope the rest of the country is doing better. Will post when I have something to share. Good Luck.
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    Club Hunt with Wife Pam

    Wife Pam did great. She dug the Silver Dollar out without a single scratch. :clapping: Path Hunt was good, rain stopped about half hour before hunt start. We're still finding poker hunt cards from last year. I found a silver dime from last year. Between Pam, Star and Bill most of the not found...
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    park clad

    Just wanted to get out of the house so I went to my village square where the carnival sets up. :shrug: I was surprised to find so many coins from depth and only a few from the surface and nine nickels too for a total of $5.32.. No ring tabs and only three square tabs recovered and three pieces...
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    After Labor Day

    Ready to detect a Cute Park Employee drove up in a JD Gater to remind me to cover my holes. After that I got a Woodie, :rofl: Toy Story Type, see pic. Along with a $1.80 in clad a nice diamond ring surfaced. YAY, been a while since my last one found. :clapping: I hope others were able to get out.
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    First day of Spring, lets get going and hunt up some goodies. I want to see pics of your finds!!! :cam:
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    Happy New Year

    I hope we all have great finds detected this year. :detecting: I stopped by a local store last week and saw they were selling children's metal detectors for forty dollars. More unsupervised pot holes in our parks? :rant: I hope not. Earlier this year I advised a youth to take his spade back...
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    Our Hunt

    Didn't win at the key hunt, poker hunt, old coin hunt nor the silver hunt. :sadwalk: But I had fun... :smile:
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    Grass Diving

    I went back to Bradley Park to do some more grass diving this morning, The dirt is still rock hard but after nine cents and a dime, detecting about 100 more feet past from where I stopped last month, I rescued this .925 Pendant from 2-1/2 inch depth. :thumbup:
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    Saturday Ring

    Looks like a old ring about a quarter in size from Bradley Park. :crazy:
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    Bill Is Correct

    Entered in jewelry category a unmarked ring w/solitaire diamond, Bill said it was gold, IT IS. :beers:
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    National Metal Detecting Day had very nice weather, great park and people. Before the hunts detectors were beeping all around the flagged hunt area with many Wheat Cents, a few Mercury Dimes, a Barber Dime and a silver ring were found. That was in the area dated to 1920. Older areas dated to...
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    National Metal Detecting Day Central USA

    2018 National Metal Detecting Day for the central US will be held on May 19th, starting at 7am, at Eagle Point Park, Clinton Iowa. More info to come.
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    Space Junk

    China's first space station is expected to come crashing down to Earth within weeks, but scientist have not been able to predict where the 8.5-tonne module will hit. Will there be a bounty on any parts located (detected) and turned in?
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    still working

    Sorry club members but I am still working 7 days a week at 76 hours. This is my 25 day in a row. I am too old for this but ..... :shrug: the wife is loving it. Boss said today the work will stay this way for months. I hope there is a good spring hunt planned because I will need it. See you at...
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    fossiled tree?

    Around 50 years ago as a kid my dad put his boat to shore for a break from fishing. While climbing the rocks I came upon large slabs of rock that looked like meat. Since then I figured they were fossil trees limbs. I don't expect to ever get back there but if anyone else chooses to look...
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    Summer comes

    Get ready, Summer will officially be here at 11:24 pm tonight. Wear your bug repellant when out and about. Stay safe.
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    Seeded Hunt in Illinois

    5th Annual National Metal Detecting Day: May 20th at Lake Storey, Galesburg, IL Hunt the park, Then seeded hunts and Kids Hunt.. Early entry fee $30, $40 after May 12th, Kids Hunt 12 & under early fee $10, $15 after May 12th. Camping and Hotels nearby. Contact Illinois & Iowa Treasure...