John Winter, a cool guy, and Assistant Editor at The Searcher Magazine featured Detecting Diva in his recent blog post. Thanks for the kind words John.
John Winter features Detecting Diva in his blog
- Social Media, Tank Tops & Unicor... — I’ve been approached by many people complimenting me on my blog, and what I hear most often is “more hunt stories please, more hunt stories“. I’m always surprised and flattered by this, because if you log onto social media these days, you’d likely be convinced that all people care about is seeing photos of finds [...]
- Introducing Cap’n Jeff — I’d like to introduce Jeffrey Bennett, or Cap’n Jeff as he’s known. He’s fairly new to the world of metal detecting, but hooked already (that always seems to happen). He’s also started a new blog/forum that I think is worth your while to check out. I like Cap’n Jeff’s writing style, so I agreed to [...]
- Thimble Nirvana — My buddy Jo Jo and I took a drive out to an old cellar hole site last weekend. I had hunted the site a few years back, and even though I knew it had probably been hit by all the cellar hole junkies a few times since, I still wanted to check it out again. We spent [...]
- Blackthorne Resort’s Lost Treas... — Detectorists from all over the east coast descended on the Catskills, June 16th to 18th to attend Blackthorne Resorts Lost Treasure Weekend, in East Durham, NY. This hunt has been an annual event in the metal detecting community for years—how many years, I’m not sure, but I’ve been hearing about it and wanting to attend [...]
- A Warm Welcome in Halcottsville — This past weekend was the Nor’easters Metal Detecting Club “Halcottsville Relic Quest” hunt, sponsored by the Historical Society of the town of Middletown, NY, and the Halcottsville Fire Dept., and held in the beautiful Catskill Mountains of Halcottsville, NY. The event was held to raise money for the Middletown Historical Society, and to help restore [...]