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Short but exciting hunt.


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Went camping last week, it was nice not having any reception of other bothersome crap. Rode the ATV 40 miles and just otherwise did nothing.
Home yesterday and had the urge to go out this morning so hit an older city park near the school the wife retired from. Very first coin hit was a ‘45 wheat. Now this park has been hit by everyone all the time, good sign or bad sign no one will ever know. I believe its been cherry picked ten times over.
Dug two quarters, five dimes, two Mems, three zincs, and two more wheats (‘36 and ‘46). Felt good to actually hit coins for a change too. Had to get back home so I was making the zigzag towards the car which was beyond the tot-lot, ok….. wander thru there. Hit a solid signal in the chips so just used my hands to shovel chips. BIG AND SHINY!! Well, a 1993 Kennedy looks huge when your not expecting anything more than a quarter!!!!


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Congrats to you. Tot lots are interesting. I found my first merc in a tot lot and for days i wondered how it got there. Lol