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  • phylodog

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    So, awhile back, I posted about finding a cool glass bottle from the 1930s while burying a groundhog my dogs killed. The bottle was cool and all, but this morning, while burying yet another unfortunate groundhog, I find this View attachment 220578
    I’d love to take a metal detector around our 112 year old house to see what might be there. Unfortunately we’ve unearthed about 100 horse shoes since we’ve moved here so I think it would probably get frustrating pretty quickly. I’ll try some day anyway.
     

    littletommy

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    I’d love to take a metal detector around our 112 year old house to see what might be there. Unfortunately we’ve unearthed about 100 horse shoes since we’ve moved here so I think it would probably get frustrating pretty quickly. I’ll try some day anyway.
    I’m seriously in the market for a metal detector now. Every time I dig in the area between my house and my daughters, I find something. This grip panel was about 10-12 inches deep.
     

    blain

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    I’m seriously in the market for a metal detector now. Every time I dig in the area between my house and my daughters, I find something. This grip panel was about 10-12 inches deep.
    Go for it. Take some time getting to know your detector. It's a lot of fun.
    A non-metallic garden trowel (like Fiskars) and metal pinpointing wand (like Garrett), are very helpful once you're on a target.
     
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