I was just reading a thread about a guy who used his detector to find a cell phone he lost on the side of the road. I thought that's nothing I've used mine to find metal studs in the wall. I began wondering what else have people used their metal detectors for, besides finding treasure...
My first find was a 1922 Peace Dollar (http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/todays-finds/3586-1st-day-detecting.html#post20865) I thought this is awsome! Amazing how far and few they really are.
GL and HH
I can't believe it, it's been 4 1/2 years since this thread started and you still don't get it. And I quote "Sounds like you've managed to keep all plastics and rubber away from the internal working surfaces of the still... "
@pat-tekker-cat Your right that thread was 2 years old
Re: IT'S BEEN A WHILE SINCE I'VE HAD A SCORE!
I finally got to test this out (you know you have to make sure it works). OMG if you like expresso, this is the best I've ever had. Now I just have to figure out why I need to keep it!
IT'S BEEN A WHILE SINCE I'VE HAD A SCORE!
So on Tuesday I was traveling through a town and stopped in a thrift store. I saw a espresso machine and thought that looks expensive. They were asking $29.95 and I thought I'll look at it later and see if it's worth anything. I took a pic with my cell...
Definately a Pygmy. We've got a ton of them around here. Moved up to Broooksville area and 2 things we've never seen in Florida. We've got Scorpians and Pygmy rattle snakes. When I say tons, I've killed 4 or 5 (we have dogs) and seen dozens in the middle of the road. Been here 5 years. The bad...
Where are you at in Florida? If your near Orlando you can go to Sky Craft and get anything you want. But most importantly they have large o-rings that will work. It's on Fairbanks near I-4.
OOPS I see from your profile map your in the middle of the Gulf of Mexico. :laughing7:
That a really nice bottle. Here's one I found up for auction. The estimate is 275-325 (I believe that's pounds)
Looks like you've got a winner!!
Good Luck and HH
I used to travel all over the US. I would always take my detector, which means I was always looking for someplace to go detecting. That's part of the fun and excitement. Finding a spot then swinging the coil and finding something.
Here's my advice go to google maps and look for green...