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Got Out In The Heat Today With My APEX

John-Edmonton

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It's been hot up here in the Northwest. I just had to get out and get my fix. Managed to dig a ring and large cent.

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Also dug some gold last week to cool off.
 

Monte

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It's been hot up here in the Northwest. I just had to get out and get my fix. Managed to dig a ring and large cent.
Congrats on your success and braving the weather. It's kind of different for some of us to associate 'hot weather' when you are up there in Canada. I've been busy with the renovation projects here at the house I got in Mid-West Central Texas where our temperatures have been less brutal. I hope to squeak in some detecting time this weekend with my Apex w/'Ripper' coil, and maybe my 2nd Apex w/'Raider' coil in the more open and less trashy areas. I haver ample shady areas, usually a nice breeze, and the highs range from about 85° to 92° through the 22nd. I trust conditions will improve for you so and you can get back out having fun.

Monte
 

Ronstar

Well-known member
LC still on my bucket list, but so is gold……
 
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