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    Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Looking for Metal Detecting associates/partners, male or female who are honest and hardworking who would like to find more than just wheat cents or a gold wedding band.Familarity of Southeastern Michigan, library research and research in general is a plus.Seems I have about %70 of the story and area firmly on solid ground just need some extra help for the rest.My job and taking care of two parents and alot of land in southwest Detroit is eating away at my personal time.Well didn,t think I wouldn,t get any help, specially the location is not located on state or federal land .Any other state I would of gotten people who are tired looking for wheat cents and gold wedding bands.Now I know why folks make fun of people from Michigan, can,t blame them for that.Thats why I personally like prospecting myself, the last time I was with somebody else , took advantage of my time at work and cleaned out the spot with his friends that I didn,t know about.But won,t have to worry about that now.With gas price like it is I,ll be staying close to home, which is a good thing since I have homes dating back to 1853 in my neighborhood.

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    May 2008
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    about where are you im in chesterfield i also have a site to offer

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    The Motor City
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Hello SW, I'd be interested in helping out. We're pretty close by, we could meet over a coffee and talk.

    Nick, I'd be interested in helping with your site also.

    Jon
    "Let Thy Hand, Oh God, guide me through the ways Thou seest are needed for those that seek to know Thy way through any effort of mine."

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    Feb 2008
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    wow, wish i had the time

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    Apr 2007
    West Michigan
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michig

    Wish I could help too, but unfortunately I'm way over by Grand Rapids & I'm retired so my fixed income is buying me less and less with gas just about killing us. Good luck; hope the cache is millions for you to help take care of the parents.

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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Hey Nick and Teleprospector, any experience in cache research?How long have you been in the hobby and what are your equipments.I,m putting aside regular beach/park hunts or what I call nickel , dime and gold wedding band dig ups for real quit your job and be financially secure prospecting.What about you guys.

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    The Motor City
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Hi SW Detroit,
    Yes, I do lots of research. Take a look at my post titled "picture of dowsing find part 1 and 2" in the why I believe dowsing works section of the forum.
    If all I had to use was a metal detector, I would not have located these coins due to their location.
    This was one of my successful recoveries last year which spanned about one year of research, on and off. So you see that it takes some time to finally make a recovery of a cache, sometimes it happens quicker and sometimes it takes longer.
    My equipment consists of dowsing tools and a 2 box metal detector.
    Being financially independent from treasure hunting is not impossible, it takes perseverance and a good working team of people that can combine their skills towards a common goal. I'd love to part of your team. Let me know what I can do to get the ball rolling. Chances are if you are looking in s/e MI I may know of what cache sites you are interested in. Plz feel free to email me if you'd like.
    Hope to hear from you soon,
    Jon

    "Let Thy Hand, Oh God, guide me through the ways Thou seest are needed for those that seek to know Thy way through any effort of mine."

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    Oct 2007
    clarkston michigan
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    hey Jon, i know dowsing works ive witnessed it on several occassions with very successfull outcomes, it doenst work for everyone though, i believe dowsing is a gift that not all have as it requires access to certain brainwaves and frequencies and since everyones head is wired a bit different some dont have the skills.
    If you have a few spare minutes to check out a map or two in my area it would be greatly appreciated, specifically the span of area from just south of lake orion michigan to auburn hills. Of couse if i ever recovered something I dont forget others labors and i am an honest, pretty generous no bullshit kinda guy! I'm an automation engineer by day so this hobby isnt really about finding fortunes for me, i do really enjoy the research and field hunting

    DanTheMan

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    Jul 2007
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Hi Dan,
    It's nice to see that you are honest.
    The xlt is a nice detector, lite weight is nice and I've always liked the printing on the control box showing the ferrous to non ferrous span.
    I owned a classic 1 long ago and had made many nice finds with it.
    I'm going to send you a personal email regarding your request so that I don't veer off topic.
    Jon
    "Let Thy Hand, Oh God, guide me through the ways Thou seest are needed for those that seek to know Thy way through any effort of mine."

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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    OK Jon, well that other guy under you named Dan wanted to help but!!! right now I,m waiting for something coming from Buffalo, yes there are a few that I,ve seen in SE Michigan plus one that isn,t in any Treasure catalog or book but told only directly to me by a Lady about what her Grandfather did and buried during the 20,s, thats West of Jackson.Ya Dowsing!!! I,ve had the equipment and experience with Thomases and Fitzgeralds, matterfact still have that one from Fitz,s!Theres also,probably alot of mini Caches here in SW Detroit, bunch of Mexicans live here now where ,French,Germans and later Poles,Ukranians and Hungarians use to live in my neighborhood.Theres alot of open spaces , old homes from the 1860,s to 1900 have been set on fire and burned downed, specially around the Fort Wayne area.Have located the site of the famous Fort Wayne General store.I,ve never had a high opinion with dowsers.Theres probably alot of coins near Fort Wayne but the soil condition have made the coins sink WAY over a feet, more like 3 feet.If you have the time next Saturday, 21st you can come down here and see what your dowser can find, but in the meantime I have to wait for that paper work from Buffalo, than I might go to Lansing and pick me up a survey map of Tecumseh and the river, the oldest one they got.Don,t know exactly where you live?Talk to you later Jon

    Sincerely Richard.
    Rykala@msn.com
    313-378-6780

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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Hi Richard,
    Thank you for your contact information.
    I'll send you a personal email.
    Well depending on the scope of a project it's always nice to have all the help you can get, now wether all the people can get together at one time is another story. There are lots and lots of metal detecting sites in the city of Detroit.
    I'm sorry you feel that way about dowsers, but the fitzgerald/thomas equipment that you use is actually electronically enhanced dowsing equipment Why do I feel this way? Well, you are awaiting a movement from the rod/rods in your hands, correct?
    If you would like to talk more about dowsing equipment let's do that by email or over in the dowsing section here in the forum.
    I've always felt that people with different skills on a team make for the best kind of treasure hunting team by doing our best at what we do, succeeding all together.
    There is a website called rootsweb.com that has a map of Tecumseh/clinton twp from around 1893.
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb....clinton93.html
    Hope this helps saving a trip to Lansing.
    Jon

    "Let Thy Hand, Oh God, guide me through the ways Thou seest are needed for those that seek to know Thy way through any effort of mine."

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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    1893 ,1874 I have those, it goes way back to about ,before the Mexican American War, thats when THEY were found, at least two!Trying to get as close as possible to the site, the town and its police/local government are probably not to enthusiastic about metal detecting in there home town, my sister who lives there told me there are alot of signs on many of there parks { they are basically modern parks but than again }.So far I have the side its on and the height { pretty steep embankment }.Before going in with our equipment I need to eyeball the area first, don,t want to spend the entire day walking along for many yards and later finding out its a mile or two away.Right now I,m following the cookie crumb trail until I come either to a dead end or jack pot,advise given to me from someone at Garretts and another who has written some very fine books on Caches in our 50 states.Talk to you later.

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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Here's another site to check out, it may or may not help you, but I found it helpful to me in the past, the year is 1819 on this map.
    http://www.michiganstatecenter.com/M...ws_In_Michigan
    choose your county and poke at the twp you want to see. Some of the info is faint but you can zoom in pretty close.
    Jon
    "Let Thy Hand, Oh God, guide me through the ways Thou seest are needed for those that seek to know Thy way through any effort of mine."

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    Jun 2008
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Hello
    I am new to this hobby and I just bought an ace 250 a month ago. Have been doing some research at the library . Would like to be a part of a group to research areas. I have been looking at us 12 and Irish hills stage coach route.

    jdhusch

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    Jul 2008
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    Re: Looking for possible Partners in locating and recovering Cache in SE Michigan.

    Don't know if I can help with the research, but we have the state library here in Lansing that is amazing for looking up historical info. Can take a run over there if u need something.

    Shell

 

 
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