Update from a pub somewhere in the UK hinterlands…

John Howland saw the need to verbalize his feelings once again (always a scary thing), and if you are the least bit interested in what the sot has to say, click on the Malamute Saloon link above and scroll down to today’s date….

Howlandmag

 And yes the photo is doctored ….no woman would ever waste her time gazing at John Howland…..

__________________________________________

MORE INFO ON THE WWATS EVENT IN FEBRUARY….

Received the following information from Keith Wills today about the group’s forthcoming event in Arizona, February of next year.  If you are interested in attending  be sure to save the following event information…

Rendezvous2013

________________________________________

 AN OLD CLUB, AND A FAVORITE OF MINE…

Over the years I have routinely received the monthly newsletter of the Shore Seeker Artifact & Recovery Club out of  Salisbury, Maryland. I have fond memories of the people in this club from when I was living on the East coast, and I love their newsletter, especially their monthly hunt activities. They mimic  many of the UK clubs, in that they meet monthly at a predetermined site and spend an entire day detecting. Their sites, again like the Brits, are large farm fields, and  they work hard at obtaining permission to not only hunt them, but to keep an ongoing relationship with the landowners…

It’s a great idea for comraderie, and I would like to see other clubs do the same. The area doesn’t have to be the site of a battle, old homesite, old school or  old church. Just a few acres of land that might hold a find or two, and that allows for a group to hunt, socialize and have fun (and do not underestimate the potential for interesting finds).

__________________________________________

************

Leave a comment

Filed under Metal Detecting

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s