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  1. #1
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    Apr 2016
    Robbinsdale, MN
    White's M6; Tesoro Compadre; Minelab E-trac; Bounty Hunter QD2
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    Metal Detecting

    Moving to the Twin Cities area

    In about a month I'll be moving to the Coon Rapids area for a new job. How's the soil up there? Gotta be better than what I've been hunting here in Idaho! I'm pretty excited for this life-changing event, although it's gonna be a culture shock. (Big city and all.)Looking forward to new opportunities and the chance to beep some unknown ground!

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    Aug 2016
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    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Dan, the soil should be easy to dig in, check out https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/F...ka_MN_1918.pdf. Looks like quite a few parks there to check out. Let us know how you do detecting.



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