Thought I would just say hi and pass along a few news worthy things. Been very busy rewriting the first book, and have not been out detecting at all. Then again I suspect you couldn’t give two hoots one way or the other. Continue reading
Feeling a little more optimistic today…. Cold front came through yesterday, bringing a little rain with it, and now we are only in the mid to high 90’s. Sounds crazy I know, but when you live in Texas you can feel that difference. Here’s hoping the trend continues.
Yesterday, for whatever stupid reason, I decided to tidy up the man cave, and started organizing my treasure magazines. Never a quick task in that I always wind up flipping through pages, and rereading articles. Likewise the old detector ads always bring back memories, and a little touch of melancholy. As a result I decided to throw this out there…. Continue reading
As a blogger I always appreciate it when readers comment on something I’ve written or shared. It means that I’ve given you a reason to respond, and honestly if that didn’t happen I would have stopped writing way back when. Continue reading
WHEN I WAS WEALTHY
Not too long after I left Garrett Electronics, the late Ron Mack, owner of Compass Electronics, called me at home, and wanted to ask a favor. He wanted me to call Charles Garrett and ask him if Garrett Electronics was for sale. Continue reading
Spent the first 22 years of my life in Lambertville, a small river town in central New Jersey. The population at the time was right around 3,000, and it’s pretty safe to say most everyone knew each other. Wasn’t a whole lot to do there, though as I look back I had a helluva lot of fun doing something. Continue reading
Nothing exciting here in “hotter than hell” Texas, but did want to share the following ….. Continue reading
Just when you didn’t think it couldn’t get any hotter or dryer in Texas, mother nature reminds you. Continue reading
The other day I received the following email from tekkie Randy Bradford….
“Just wanted to thank you for your site. Because of it I was able to contact Paul Tainter and I’ve enjoyed a correspondence with him. Your site also put me onto the Treasure Hunters Express, which I hope to be a regular contributor for. Last quarter Paul published an article by me on Treasure Bibliographies, and sincerely hoping it’s the first of many articles published in Paul’s newsletter. Continue reading