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    Stumbles In Corn ..........(Thanks Treblehunter!)

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    I think I have a name for this area

    This was one part of my latest acquired permission. I'm leisurely trying the many different. "worlds" I now have available.

    I think I'll call this one, "The Five & Dime".

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    I wonder why.....

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    Another old, deep, brass lock. I'm not familiar with the name.

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    I kinda like Fishy's choice too. Interesting design.

    Anyhoo....

    Thanks for peeking!
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    us
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    Nice lock & button, a very good amount of clad also. Congrats!
    I guess nothing caught Blingie eye, as in shinny shinny. He can sulk in his treasure cave.

    I guess there was a lot of money changing hands or falling out of pockets going on there.

    I hope the lock & button have interesting stories to tell.

    That was a nice walk! Well done!

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    Randy

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    Nice!!! Congrats!!!
    What would life be without challenges, and detecting of course.....

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    Stumbles In Corn ..........(Thanks Treblehunter!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Msbeepbeep View Post
    Nice lock & button, a very good amount of clad also. Congrats!
    I guess nothing caught Blingie eye, as in shinny shinny. He can sulk in his treasure cave.

    I guess there was a lot of money changing hands or falling out of pockets going on there.

    I hope the lock & button have interesting stories to tell.

    That was a nice walk! Well done!
    Yeah...I don't think I've ever found that many dimes in one walk. And...it only took me 5 hours!

    If I figure right, that's approximately a find every 4 mins or so.

    And yeah, a very target rich area! Funny thing though, almost all of that pile of pennies? 1970 to 1980. Interesting.

    Thanks!
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    Looks like a shopping spree congrats
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    Rust never rests

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    Whadi,you must have a train car full of coins by now,so get that new car you always wanted.

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    Tuberale

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    I think you found a double handful at least, Whadifind!
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    Bob

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    Wow, I’ll betcha that kept you busy. That’s alooooooooooooot of holes!! Great job!!!!
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    That was a nice walk & hunt, that's a nice haul on the clad & really nice button & awesome lock, congrats on the saves
    Any day of hunting, whether good or bad is better than not hunting at all

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    Stumbles In Corn ..........(Thanks Treblehunter!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector View Post
    That was a nice walk & hunt, that's a nice haul on the clad & really nice button & awesome lock, congrats on the saves
    I'm wondering. Does anyone recognize the design on that button? Seems familiar.
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    Rook

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    Great hunt.Congratulations
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    I've seen the button design on here but can't remember exactly when, possibly years ago.

    All the pennies could have been a kids penny collection of those dates, maybe.
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    Nice digs. Its funny, I name sites based on my finds (but occasionally on the location) too, but I only named sites that are really good producers.

    Sites ive named:
    The Ghetto
    Best hunt
    Public site GC
    Barber shop
    Indian Village
    Ghost town

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    Another nice job, congrats!
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