Yep, I thought So. One Site A friend and I Got permission to Metal detect,Their attitude immediately changed as soon as I mentioned “dig” and I was going to tell them the history of this area and what I do in a more in depth way. I told them I was an artifact collector and then told them I’d found artifacts in the past here from a past permission. I didn’t get to much farther after the word dig came out. I didn’t even get to finish my sentence before he kicked me out. Oh well. It happened, I’m past it at this point. Im disappointed that I lost this place, particularly since every single bottle I’ve pulled out of here in the past was blown in a mold. The only other place I can get bottles in dc (without asking more) pumps out mostly machine made bottles. All the blown in a mold bottles I’ve found there have always been broken.
We had to Promise not to share Info with the Historical Society in that County.
he Planned to sell the site. Nothing can Worry a Landowner More then
a Hysterical Historian with their Posse of Warriors telling you, you Can't
do what you want with your Land !
I would suggest never to bring up digging or History unless the Landowner does first.
Imagine a landowner Who has Plans for his Property Picturing this
Your a " Hobbyist "