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Another good clad day plus a ring

Larbear2

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Went up the road to another high school from the one that I hunted the last three or four times. This particular high school has been good in the past for clad and it didn’t disappoint this time.

Hunted about three hours, finally gave up because it was time and I was getting tired. I was still finding targets when I quit, but I can always go back and hit it again.

Got one ring to go with the clad. Has no markings, but looks silver, not sure what the stone might be. Down about 2 inches, was squashed and packed with dirt. Gave me a zinc signal on the VDI, 66, so thought it might be a zincoln or zipper pull.

Got my coil over a 64 vid target. Figured it was probably a zincoln cent but dug it anyway. Turned out to be two clad dimes and a nickel, another reason to dig more zinc targets?

Another time, got my coil over a good sounding 94 target on the vid. Got me excited thinking it might be a half or a 2 or 3 quarter spill. But no, it turned out to be a watch battery. Why do those things have to sound so good?

1 SACAJAWEA dollar, 30 quarters, 31 dimes, 23 nickels, 42 pennies, 3 wheats ‘44, ’45, and ‘52.
 

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