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    us
    Mar 2012
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    Welcome to the site! Please post an introduction thread.

    Treasurenet.com is a friendly community dedicated to all kinds of treasure hunting!

    Our goal is to be the place to go to when you have treasure hunting questions, sharing finds and discuss treasure hunting in general.

    To keep the place friendly, we ask that every new member post up an introduction thread letting us know a little bit about themselves.

    Please help us keep this site friendly and informative! Thanks in advance.

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    us
    Mar 2012
    New Hampshire
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    Hello I'm another newbie and from New Hampshire,looking forward to using this site it looks informative.

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    us
    Mar 2012
    San Jose, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dpark47 View Post
    Hello I'm another newbie and from New Hampshire,looking forward to using this site it looks informative.
    Welcome to Tnet! Glad you joined us!

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    us
    Mar 2012
    Illinois
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    Hello All! I am new to this site as you have noticed. I am wanting to get back into a few old passions I used to have, and that is finding new places and possibly exploring. I have a few things that keeps coming into my mind that I had almost forgotten about. One is a cave in Missouri thats not listed. Others are the possibility of old myths from the family finding out if they are true. Ya never know. It's the thrill of seeking out the answers. With all this being said I may be turning to you guys for some guidance and learning how to follow through on my quest.
    Thank You

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    us
    Feb 2012
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    Welcome dpark and Chief!! Enjoy the site and make yourself at home!!
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  6. #6
    us
    Mar 2012
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    Greetings to all from sw idaho/se oregon. I will be posting my finds to share with others and researching new locations to hunt. Anyone in the vale or. area drop me a line and see what i can learn. I have hunted morrels, boletes, matsutake and other wild mushrooms for years. hence the name, love being out and about in nature. Am an avid gold panner and currently feeling like hunting for meteorites, as well as other petty rocks. hope to hear from someone soon.
    K.

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    us
    Mar 2012
    San Jose, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by kshroom View Post
    Greetings to all from sw idaho/se oregon. I will be posting my finds to share with others and researching new locations to hunt. Anyone in the vale or. area drop me a line and see what i can learn. I have hunted morrels, boletes, matsutake and other wild mushrooms for years. hence the name, love being out and about in nature. Am an avid gold panner and currently feeling like hunting for meteorites, as well as other petty rocks. hope to hear from someone soon.
    K.
    Welcome aboard kshroom! Good to have you with us!

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    us
    Mar 2012
    Front Royal
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    Hello all! I grew up here in the Shenandoah Valley. Started detecting Cedar Creek in '85. -The good old days. I was a kid so I sold most of what I found back then... Dummy. All but quit to play golf about 10 yrs ago... But I'm getting the fever again! Seems like now, if you find a few bullets you're having a good day. Ugh! -Anyways, it's better than sittin on this computer looking at what everyone else is finding! -I just want to wish everyone luck and if your from around my area, hit me up!
    swb, DWA and NoBootyYet like this.

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    Mar 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by TK in VA View Post
    Hello all! I grew up here in the Shenandoah Valley. Started detecting Cedar Creek in '85. -The good old days. I was a kid so I sold most of what I found back then... Dummy. All but quit to play golf about 10 yrs ago... But I'm getting the fever again! Seems like now, if you find a few bullets you're having a good day. Ugh! -Anyways, it's better than sittin on this computer looking at what everyone else is finding! -I just want to wish everyone luck and if your from around my area, hit me up!
    Welcome to Tnet!

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    Hello Tnet people! I'm new to this site but not new to detecting. I live near by the beautiful beach of Santa Cruz Ca. There are several beaches here and in the summer they are quite packed. I'm from the Fresno area in the San Juaquine Valley. It's beautiful here and I am learning alot on how to detect the beaches. I have a MXT and a AT Pro. So learning water detecting is where I'm at. Any pointers is appreciated. I'll post some finds for the hungary hearted detectors like me...lol
    HH and be safe
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    us
    Apr 2012
    NH
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    Hello I'm from NH and I am new to detecting. I have a lot of questions where I live we have a lot of old colonial foundations ,roads, indian trails and i thought it would be neat to check them out. I see them when I'm out deer hunting . So I'm going to give it a try..
    NoBootyYet and metaltuc like this.

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    Mar 2012
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megagold View Post
    Hello Tnet people! I'm new to this site but not new to detecting. I live near by the beautiful beach of Santa Cruz Ca. There are several beaches here and in the summer they are quite packed. I'm from the Fresno area in the San Juaquine Valley. It's beautiful here and I am learning alot on how to detect the beaches. I have a MXT and a AT Pro. So learning water detecting is where I'm at. Any pointers is appreciated. I'll post some finds for the hungary hearted detectors like me...lol
    HH and be safe
    Quote Originally Posted by downrigger47 View Post
    Hello I'm from NH and I am new to detecting. I have a lot of questions where I live we have a lot of old colonial foundations ,roads, indian trails and i thought it would be neat to check them out. I see them when I'm out deer hunting . So I'm going to give it a try..

    Welcome to Tnet! Make yourselves comfortable and enjoy the forums!

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    Apr 2012
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    Hello I'm from Alabama and been detecting 20 years and still love it, I am a heat and a/c contractor im 44 years old but still a kid at heart, Hope to post some good finds to come, Tim B

  14. #14
    us
    Mar 2012
    San Jose, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by A/CMan View Post
    Hello I'm from Alabama and been detecting 20 years and still love it, I am a heat and a/c contractor im 44 years old but still a kid at heart, Hope to post some good finds to come, Tim B
    Welcome aboard A/CMan!

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    Apr 2012
    Ohio
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    I'm a new forum member from Ohio and finaly registered here to add to discussions. What a wealth of information here!

 

 
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