Gotta love them old back roads
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  1. #1
    Aug 2007
    Pittsburgh, PA, USA.
    White's Vision, White's 6000DI Pro
    58 times

    Gotta love them old back roads

    Playin with Google Earth I came across an old "virgin" park. I was actually looking at the outlay of a house that was donated to a fire dept for burning and saw it just sitting in the middle of nowhere.

    The nice thing about google earth is the feature that lets you do a search for information on whatever the location is. I checked a few county parks and turned out that this one was aparently never redone.
    Plans had been made back in the 60's to make some neat additions to it, but from what I saw yesterday...this never happened.

    My first 10 minutes detecting turned up a 65 roosie, so I figured, okay, throw in a few years plus or minus, I should find silver. Then a couple minutes later, hit a 54 roosie...then a modern pocket spill of pennies, then a few oddball hits of pieces of copper and lead.

    There's an abandoned ballfield across the road...and I use the term road loosely...almost lost my exhaust pipe driving up the darn thing, and the infield is growing grass. The side I was on still had a functional ballfield.

    But the best was a back road I never drove and when I left, I followed the route to a main road and low and behold...6 old house foundations strewn along the road. A couple look as though they are pretty old with just remnants of sandstone foundations, a couple with concreteblock...and the others...didnt get that good of look cause my time was running out to be at work. (Ya, try to pull away from detecting to go work in a dirty mill!)

    But...with urban sprawl doing its darndest to wipe out any vestiges of the old farms in the area...there are still those old branches of the river towns here that have hidden suprises to them.
    Gonna do a little more looking at these old mill towns, tucked in the nooks of the valleys leading to the river.

    I think...therefore I am.

  2. #2
    Charter Member
    Apr 2007
    Whites, Tesoro, Fisher and Minelab
    10 times

    Re: Gotta love them old back roads

    You mean to say you haven't been out there with your magic wand yet? It sounds as if you have come across some great places to detect. Good luck and keep us posted as to your fids. HH

    Happy Hunting


  3. #3
    Jul 2004
    South Florida Cesspool
    Tesoro Sand Shark, Whites M6
    9944 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    Re: Gotta love them old back roads

    "Gotta love them old back roads". No such thing down here. No.........Seriously.

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  4. #4

    Jul 2007
    miami fl
    coinstrike, tigershark, ace250, OLD radioshack
    1 times

    Re: Gotta love them old back roads

    Quote Originally Posted by diggummup
    "Gotta love them old back roads". No such thing down here. No.........Seriously.

    you aint kidding... the general consensus in south florida is "oh, it's old? quickly! demolish it and build a condo!"

    i swear.. i wish i was bill gates so i could go around miami buying and imploding condos to turn them into parks.

  5. #5

    Apr 2005
    Location: Undisclosed
    I use, Whites MXT and Garrett AT Pro.
    896 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Banner Finds (1)

    Re: Gotta love them old back roads

    Where will all the people sleep

    Keep @ it and HH!!
    TAG: MUD(S.W.A.T)
    GEAR: Whites MXT and Garrett AT Pro.
    LOCATION: Undisclosed
    EXPERIENCE: About 9 Years
    "Where you find Silver, you should find Gold."



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