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Lines in the sand

galwayboy

Active member
Almost all the beach detecting videos I watch and posts I read, emphasizes filling your holes after digging. However, I watch these same people gouging deep gashes in long horizontal gridding rows, yet never I have I seen them fill them or even mention how horrible they've left the beach.

That type of thing is exactly what gets up some Karen's craw and gets the sport banned. I've always try and leave a place better than I found it. I just wondered what others think, YMMV.
Thanks
 

fwcrawford

Well-known member
I usually fill all my holes too after digging….no matter where I am… beach, woods, fields, yards, or playgrounds.
When I grid the beach, I just keep track of my shoe prints… all I am leaving behind are footprints.
 

JimmyCT

Well-known member
I usually fill all my holes too after digging….no matter where I am… beach, woods, fields, yards, or playgrounds.
When I grid the beach, I just keep track of my shoe prints… all I am leaving behind are footprints.
I know you aren’t leaving quarters behind 🤭
 
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