….a few overlooked articles and items to wind up 2014. Hope your 2015 is a happy, healthy and prosperous one.
Monthly Archives: December 2014
Dateline: Bournemouth, England – December 21
Wise Words (1)
Going through Bob Sickler’s outstanding book, Detectorist, first published in 1993, two of his musings leapt from the page. The first of which concerned PI machines and their propensity for elongated iron/ferrous objects: Bob poses the question if it’s technically possible for the signal to be transformed to visual display or readout which would go a long way in helping to overcome this tiresome aspect of PI machines. Continue reading →
I recently mentioned the passing of Derek Ingram, and wanted to share a eulogy written by his family and friends at Regton, Ltd..
(Derek was a fascinating, talented man and a major player in the early, formative years of treasure hunting, both in the UK as well as here. It was indeed a privilege to have known him and he will me missed… D.S.) Continue reading →
Today’s post is written by John Howland and it’s about good ole ‘Warsaw Wally’. You remember him don’t you? He’s the self-anointed, self-ordained savior of the archaeological blogosphere. The man who wakes up each morning to battle the ever evil detectorist/collector! Continue reading →