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    15-20 Acres of Private, Undeveloped Coastal Hammock South Florida

    Hello All,

    Would anyone be interested in joining me in detecting this area? Nothing was built on the land until 1910 and half of the property is still untouched, coastal dune/thicket. Records and digs done on other sections of this land (1940s, a tequesta shell midden was discovered along with conch shells cut with metal blades indicating possible Spanish contact, carbon dating to 1600's) Ive already gotten clearance, its just a lot of ground to cover by myself. May be something, may be nothing! Let me know if you'd be interested!

    Happy hunting!
    -Jonny

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    Tear it up down there!

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    Would love to but sadly on the exact opposite corner of the country.

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    Wish I could be there!

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    Sounds like a Blast ,Good luck, have fun I wish I was in Florida that would be amazing very nice of you to ask.....Tommy

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    Good luck!


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    I play the accordion and dig for treasure... what else can I say.

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    Sounds like a fun place to hunt! It's a bit of a drive from Ohio though...
    p.s. If yer from NE Ohio you should join this group... http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/gr...detectors.html

    2020 Totals
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    • Coppers: 1837 Hard Times token, 3 Matron Head LC's, (half of a) Victoria Penny, 1868, 1908 IHP
    • Silvers: 1942 Washington
    • Flat buttons: 16
    • Military buttons: 1
    • Indian artifacts, points, etc: 2

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    Sir

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    I would like to help, but, I live in Connecticut and afraid of big hungry snakes. Good hunting and good luck.

 

 

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