Most recently I received an email that my “Admirer” (yes I’m fond of him too) was spouting off some nonsensical jargon, and I should have a look.
Have you ever found a piece of gold jewelry marked with numbers instead of karats, and wondered what those numbers represent? Most people in the US who buy their gold locally, or receive a piece of jewelry as a gift probably don’t give much thought to its quality because the US system for gold uses…
Dave and I got skunked at a cellar hole on Saturday, while Todd was the envy of the day with a beautiful 1907 half dollar. Dave was pretty bummed on the way home, and it only seems fair that he made a comeback the
Got a chance to get out with Todd Hiltz again today. He was researching the site of an old cellar hole in my neck of the woods, and this being the last day of his vacation, he wanted to check it out.
We got off to a late start, heading out after noon. Thankfully the property wasn’t very far away, but the hike into the woods was a haul.
It was 3 a.m. this past Saturday morning, and the coffee was brewing as in my sleepy-went-to bed-at-11:30 p.m. stupor I was making final preparations for the day, re-checking my gear for a third time.
A quick check of the weather; in the 80’s today & humid. I decided to nix the camo gear for some baggy cotton trail pants, and made sure to pack extra water.
I am not a habitual reader of the Portable Antiquity blog, because basically I think it is BS, so I wouldn’t have seen the lovely write up by Paul Barford about my photo on the recent cover of The Searcher Magazine if my pal Dick Stout didn’t bring it to my attention. You can read Barfords…
Second only to childhood dreams of being a Princess, is it not every woman’s dream to be on the front cover of a magazine? Well… I have made my modeling debut on the cover of the September issue of The Searcher Magazine, sporting a neutral mismatching camouflage outfit designed by the US Military, and accessorized with my Etrac by Minelab.