Monthly Archives: May 2015

Digging in New England…

FROM AN ACORN…

Last Sunday, tekkies Dave Wise and Terry Charest hosted a somewhat impromptu, but very successful hunt near West Kingstown, Rhode Island.  What started out as just an idea for a get-together on the New England Cellar Dweller Facebook page, wound up attracting over 130 detectorists. They labeled it “Digging in New England” (or D.I.N.E. if you will). Continue reading

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Sunday Soup…

THANKS B.O.N.E.

Many thanks to George Streeter and the Best of Northeast gang for selecting “In Search of Treasure” as the best book of 2015 (published in 2013). George, owner of Streeter’s Treasure Hunting Supply, has been putting on the Best of Northeast now for 22 years, and while I have never attended, all my tekkie friends tell me it’s one the best treasure events going. Continue reading

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Drum Roll Please…

Here in North Texas we just experienced a wondrous and strange event…..RAIN, and lots of it.  No one could have predicted it, and believe it or not, a great many of our lakes are now full or near full.  Add in three consecutive sunny days with temps near 80, and I just had to drag my sorry ass out for a little detecting (and slow methodical torture)…. Continue reading

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