Gold ! !

Corben

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Jul 9, 2008
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So I had to stay home today. Yard work never ends.....But while my wife was digging in her rose bed she found this buried there. "Way to go Honey!" :thumbsup: Now show me exactly where you found it."
Bound and determine that more of it was there I later went out with my Bandido to find the rest.....but as always the ufo buried in my back yard caused my detector(s) to go haywire :tongue3: and I was lucky to find what I did. All that trash from a spot along the rose bed 6"x 2'. :icon_scratch:
 

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trikikiwi

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Oct 5, 2006
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Where can we buy one of these MrsCorben detectors? ;D

Mike

PS. Awesome nails :thumbsup
 

thrillathahunt

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Jul 24, 2006
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That reminds me of the time a couple of years ago when my neighbor was working in her garden and later realized her wedding ring was not on her finger :o

So, knowing that I metal detect, she comes over to my house all frazzled and asks if I could find her ring. :icon_sunny:

I grabbed my Cibola and we went and she showed me where she had been gardening. A few minutes later I had found her beautiful diamond ring! 8)

She thanked me profusely, even gave me a hug :tongue3:

The next day she came over again, this time to give me a $20 Target gift card :thumbsup: ( I told her she shouldn't have but accepted it gracefully. :icon_king:
 

gemee

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Jul 31, 2004
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You guys are overlooking the obvious; For two gold bracelets to be buried together l9ike that, they had to have been stolen and hidden, with the intended purpose to later come back and recover them. Hmmmm...I wonder who did this..
 

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