I recently gained permission at an old school that started around the early 1900's. I was really excited to get to go even though the heat was in the high 90's low 100's. I got to the spot and took some pics and tried to envision what it looked like over a century ago.
When going to a new town and I really don't have to time to research specific sites, I will sometimes drive to the older parts of the town and look for specific things that I know can have the potential to hold old targets. Brick sidewalks or where they were is a good spot to check.
Not expanding your detecting area is like a Chemist with no diseases to cure.. For the last several months I have not hunted that much do to the fact of covering everything in my area. After a while, you get in a rut and you will get rusty.. well at least my shovel did..
A few weeks ago I mentioned about going to a W.W.A.T.S. (World Wide Association of Treasure Seekers). I had the story of the hunt submitted to the Minelab Treasure Talk Blog..It has been published... If you enjoyed this blog please log into the Minelab site and leave a comment.. :) Click the link below...
Rally hunting with the CTX 3030... honesty paid off
It is getting increasingly hard to get away and hunt. I hunted for about 30 minutes on Friday night and found a piece of jewelry. I hunted again on Saturday. It only lasted about 2 hrs and half of that was discussing history with the landowner...