I went hunting a cellar hole site with an old detecting buddy a while back. It’s a site that we’ve hit hard in the past, and it wasn’t our site of choice, it was our site of necessity. We wanted to detect, yet were short on time. Driving an hour or more just wasn’t going to happen, we needed a site that was close by for instant detecting gratification.
Are you aware of the metal detecting site treasureclassifieds.com? I’m sure a lot of you are familiar with it, as it’s been around for some time, but for those of you who aren’t, let me share a bit about what this site has to offer.
Treasure Classifieds is a place where you can buy, sell & trade used metal detector’s, detecting gear and equipment. They boast over 9,000 registered members, and there are no listing fees—yup, that’s right, no fees—the listings to buy and sell are FREE!
A while back I spent the day at Orchard Beach with Petrina Engelke, a German journalist based in New York who likes to write about inspiring people, especially women. We talked Metal Detecting of course, and I showed her what those folks she’s seen hunting the beaches do, and how we do it.
The article is in German, but hopefully you’ll be able to translate it easily enough.
I’m a big fan of John Winter’s blog, and today he’s got a great article on a new, yet surprisingly simple product that I think all of us would find helpful in the field. Follow the link below to check it out: http://www.johnwinter.net/jw/2015/09/coinpad-for-coinshooters/
Is your significant other also your detecting partner? Do you know what he or she is thinking?
Here are some examples; some drawn from experience, some from humor, of gender differences in the hobby and what your partner could or might be thinking or doing …