Recent content by TheRake71

  1. Another lost cabin

    Wow, that is like going back in time, what a wonderful find and incredible photo. Bet you could dig some good finds around that site. Thanks for sharing!
  2. Found this on the Beach in Florida

    the thing is that both materials are fused together. there is no way to separate them, it is a solid piece. i thought if it were shell and rock, that it would be loose, or be able to come apart. it is the craziest "rock" I have ever seen, and it's been driving me nuts for weeks!
  3. Found this on the Beach in Florida

    the gray does have some shiny specs in it, but the beige seems more shell like than rock, but it can't be shell, it's very odd.
  4. Found this on the Beach in Florida

    I found this on the beach in Florida, it is solid, like rock and shell, but makes no sense to me. It's not loose anywhere, and there's no separating any part of it, but it's clearly 2 different types of material. I was wondering if anyone has seen anything like it, or possibly knows what it...
  5. This is different lol...

    I'd like to see it cleaned up, great find!
  6. 🥇 BANNER Jackpot! Untouched Colonial Homestead and a Colonial Copper Cache!!!

    That is simply incredible, what a fantastic opportunity, and great finds, hope to see more!
  7. Golden return to detecting ( 200 year old gold )

    That is just fantastic!
  8. Finally went for a walk!

    Looks like a fun walk for sure, where did you go if you don't mind me asking?
  9. Waiting 170 years

    Great finds! Where were you hunting?
  10. 🥇 BANNER Civil war Sword found

    what an incredible find!
  11. 8 Reale!

    Oh Wow! Great find!
  12. Last few days at the colonial home

    That's a great site! Well done
  13. Drizzly morning in Baltimore

    Fantastic finds!
  14. When 'seated' isn't

    That's another great find, congrats!
  15. Best Tip I've heard in 49 years of metal detecting.

    Jay I'm curious as to where you keep your 250 settings when you hunt. I have one, and to your point, not nearly enough hours to be an "expert," however, always looking for tips to improve.