Was recently reading someone’s post on Facebook about not getting much response from the manufacturers with regards to a “yet to be named” kid’s contest he was going to hold. It seemned to be an attempt at sympathy, along with the threat of naming those companies who did not respond or donate as he had hoped. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2013
John Howland just forwarded his latest contribution to the Malamute Saloon, and I thank him as always. He also sent along a couple of recent photos of he and his partner in crime, Jack Dey. I have never met Jack, but I feel for him. I know what a day with John Howland is like. Don’t get me wrong. John is a great TH’er and you can learn from him. You will also learn how to run fast!
You can find his latest scribbles by clicking on the Malamute Saloon above,and scrolling down to today’s date!
A reminder too that you can comment on any of John’s posts here on this page under “comments”…..
RARE HALF CENT FOUND
Thanks to “Hutch” from British Metal Detecting for sharing the following article
Had taken down this site and my blog for a couple of days, and pondered the pro’s and con’s of continuing both. I enjoy staying in touch with a lot of my old friends, but often find myself struggling to come up with anything new or anything of interest. I also don’t get out detecting much anymore, and that doesn’t help the situation. Continue reading
My last post “Using a Broad Brush” brought forth a few comments and I just want to reiterate my position, my opinion, my take on the potential of finding common ground with the archaeological community….. Continue reading
I have no say in this at all, but I hope most of you who visit here will refrain from sharing your finds online, especially the relics. Coins to me are no big deal, but it seems that whenever we post photos of relics we find ourselves battling city hall and the archaeological community. Continue reading
John Howland is somewhat pissed in that I didn’t go “tits up” and he will not be receiving any of my detectors, but he did take the time to send along an update. His latest offering has a little of everything…..wishes for the new year, more insults for his friend in Warsaw, and a bashing of one Simon Thurley, chief executive of English Heritage. Add in Prince Charles, and he’s covered all the bases. Continue reading