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    Apr 2017
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    want to take a trip down south this winter

    I'd like to take a week to go metal detecting down south/southeast. I'd like to do some civil war/colonial hunts.

    I'd love to meet some t-netters and maybe let me go swingin with them somewhere. I'm thinking sometime in late January or early February.

    If any of you would be kind enough to let me latch on for a day or two, let me know what city/state you're in and maybe we can schedule a day to dig.

    Thank you
    Last edited by Capone; Dec 04, 2018 at 07:24 AM.
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    Jan 2018
    Central Massachusetts
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    We go to Virginia every spring just to get out of the drab, gray, snow bank ridden, cold, snowy, miserable, did I mention cold? Northeast. You’ll probably find some kind soul on here that will take you out for a hunt. Folks on Tnet are a friendly bunch. Good luck!!
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    Can you dig it.

    Dec 2016
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    i and some friend would like to join if theres a sign up haha

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    Jan 2018
    North Atlanta
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    There are some good places in Georgia. But take it from me, stay away from the parks in the ghettos ( east, west and south Atlanta). It is sad because there are some great civil war battle sites in those areas. Don't waste your time along Peachtree creek or Chattahoochee river flood plains. Both flood every five or so years. The CW relics are now probably deeper than 3 feet in that very sandy soil. If I were you I would stick to VA, SC and NC. Lots of civil war and colonial relics. Just watch some of Calabash Diggers videos.
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    Wood Butcher

    Apr 2013
    Indian River Co.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pulltabfelix View Post
    ....................If I were you I would stick to VA, SC and NC. ......
    But the Op asked about MDing in the southeast.
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    Dec 2015
    Ann Arbor
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    Where do we sign up
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