We start off today in Bernies Cafe where Pete and Brian have failed to get me out walking … I value what’s left of my knees thank you … then on to an “alleged Roman site” until it rained cats and dogs … then the sun came out as I was passing the recreation ground so I got in a full three minutes detecting before it rained cats and dogs again … bit of a wash out really … so I went home to wash my meagre finds … all bull and brush today actually … ???
Metal detecting in California in LA county Torrance and Lawndale 18k gold ring found over 1000 coins found 4 other rings silver silver coins 1934 quater silver chains treasure hunting at it’s best Kevin Niefer Leo Steve and Jim www.youtube.com
Geodiggermike and I went on a ghost town metal detecting relic hunt in the deep south shortly after the waters went down from Hurricaine Katrina a few years back. Here is the video.
www.metaldetectorx.com Metal Detecting in the Woods with Minelab ETRAC Metal Detector. metaldetectorX.com
Part 2 of our colonial ice house relic hunt. Another oldie but goodie. Never before seen on youtube footage!
Day one of my latest project, plan find the town, tick accomplished that, now figure out the town, well i now have a map, pity i did not have that before i went this time. but found a 1951 penny in the tennis court sitting area their. i now know their was 74 homes in the town, 1 hotel, a sports club, a church, a railway station. still guessing it must have had a shop/post office being such a large town. its been gone now for a few decades, reduced to weeds and dust. so this video is a good quick tour of half the town, stay tuned for day two video, it will focus on the hotel ruins and railway station if i find the station, its in thick high grassland.
Out metal detecting with my buddy Greg again…We hit a few wooded areas near a park.
Sea Hunter basic operation video from Garrett.
Only mad dogs and Englishmen go out in the “Winter Storms” but this descendent of the “Bulldog Breed” needed to gather information on sites in the centre of the village … and was I surprised … it was a very good hunt … in between being blown over on several occasions by the strong winds and chasing my detector across the field … please note:- light weight detectors try to fly away in a strong wind … LOL
This is our return hunt to the site of an 1883 Sugar Mill. We add to our finds from the predecimal ‘coin patch’, unearthing a lovely silver Sixpence and further predecimal Pennys and Halfpennys. With the total from the site now at 45 coins, rain (and long grass), finally stopped play. In addition to the coins we unearth an engineer’s steel ruler to go with the protractor/compass from the last hunt, and some more sterling silver tableware. The Mill Engineer obviously dined in style. Thanks for watching and please take the time to visit our blog www.nqexplorers.com