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    Why You Should Never Detect Under A Tree

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    How true. That just happened to my wife last week, and she wasn't even detecting under a tree. She was merely walking in our backyard in an open spot with no tree cover, and a bird "dotted" her shirt while it was in flight. Splat !
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    Those birds can be like WW2 dive bombers
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    I always detect under the old tree. ALWAYS! Great stuff to be found under those old trees...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trezurehunter View Post
    How true. That just happened to my wife last week, and she wasn't even detecting under a tree. She was merely walking in our backyard in an open spot with no tree cover, and a bird "dotted" her shirt while it was in flight. Splat !
    That's a risk when under a tree.....LOL

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    Those birds can be like WW2 dive bombers
    And they don't often miss.....

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    This bike was parked in the middle of an open parking lot for a short time.
    not a good thing.....hopefully no stains

    Quote Originally Posted by xr7ator View Post
    I always detect under the old tree. ALWAYS! Great stuff to be found under those old trees...
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