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THE EXPLORER IS ALIVE...

Derrelld

Active member
Man, I haven't fired up the detector in a while... My last good hunt was January 2017 when I found a 1822 large cent and a 1945 washing quarter.. I know that because I was looking at old pictures on my Facebook thinking man.... I used to find some cool Sh#$ :detecting: lol Well that got the fire burning again. Took the detector out last week and was able to find a few keepers. First target I dug was a 8 inch screamer. Using the 4.5x7 Detech coil I pulled a 1934 Washington quarter... Poked around a little more sniffed out a 1951 Roosevelt hiding in some iron, a crusty buffalo nickel and a few wheats that have seen better days :poke: I forgot how much I truly enjoyed this... I used to have all the time in the world.. Hunted everyday.. As you get older life gets more crazy.. I definitely plan on making a little more time for "dirt therapy" in the future.

Have a good one guys!

Derrelld

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dirt doctor

Well-known member
Nice haul Derrelld , you just got to love those Explorers ! I know what your saying about as you get older life gets crazier . I hope you get more time for your " Dirt therapy " , I could use a bit more myself .
 

MikeO

Moderator
Staff member
Nice digs. Crusty or not still a good save/find. (y)
 
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