It’s been a cold winter, and I don’t think I need to rehash my feelings about cold weather, but for a while, I was pretty miserable waiting for the thaw. I know a lot of you feel the same way, and then there are those of you that have that the weather ain’t gonna keep me from hunting attitude, and the only response I can offer you is “No, the frostbite didn’t disfigure you at all, you look fantastic—that Barber dime you found was definitely worth it”. Read More »
A winner was drawn at random from all entries received for the Tuff Chix gloves giveaway. The winner is Laura Giuliano–Congratulations Laura! An email has been sent to the email address you provided, please contact me @ firstname.lastname@example.org, so we can arrange to get that to you.
Thank you to all who entered, and as always–Happy Hunting!
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 do an interview for him. He’s got a flair for keeping it real, and a way with words that is very down to earth. I know first hand how difficult it is to write about metal detecting, and at the same time keep it interesting, so I predict he’ll be pretty successful at it. Read More »
This years 24th Annual Best of the Northeast (BONE) Hunt, held the last week of April in New Hampshire reminded me of one of those TV reality shows where they throw a bunch of strangers in a house together, start filming, and see what happens…
Ah, well, there was no drama, sorry to disappoint you, and we didn’t get any of it on video, but you’ll just have to take my word on it that throwing 4 women who love metal detecting in a house together for 5 days only adds up to fun, fun, fun! Read More »
Detecting Diary–Weekend 2, April 2017:
I started preparing the night before for our clubs “Fun Hunt” which was secured by one of our club members.
One of the club’s goals this year is to have at least 5 fun hunts. After forming a hunt committee, there are already a few hunts scheduled, and we are only a few weeks into the detecting season. So I’d like to say a big thank you to the hunt committee, your efforts are appreciated–Thank you! Read More »
Detecting Diary–Weekend 1, April 2017:
After being cooped up all winter, in a miserable state of lackofdetectinitis, I woke up one morning about a month ago and something seemed odd. I looked out the window and thought–there is definitely something different about today. My Mini Schnauzer “Abby” noticed it too. Instead of her normal stance of staring hard at the door, waiting for it to magically open for her, she was pacing in front of it. I quickly threw on a jacket and performed my task as the magic door opener, and she literally sprinted out into the yard. Read More »
The semi-annual update of the Hunts & Events section has been posted!
This update includes Metal Detecting hunts, Coin Shows, Relic Shows, Treasure Shows & more… New event information will be added as it is received.
Follow the link below to see what’s going on: Read More »