Monthly Archives: October 2015
Here in Texas nothing minimal ever happens….it’s all or nothing, as in the last two days of continual rain. Of course it’s been six weeks since the last drop, so I am not complaining. If all goes well, the foundation will shift back to where it should be, and all the doors will square up and close. The wet stuff is supposed to continue throughout the day and into tomorrow, thanks to Hurricane Patricia, which beat the hell out of Mexico yesterday. The weather however has been very conducive to writing, and the book is coming along nicely. Add in a glass or two of red, and all is well…. Continue reading →
I had made up my mind to take a few days off and concentrate on my book, but decided a followup to my post of October 9th is needed……
When I first saw the NCMD membership cards on John Winter’s blog, I thought how cool it would be if detectorists here in the US had something similar. It sported not only the members photo but a mention on the back that the carrier was also covered by liability insurance. Anyway I put out a challenge to our three national groups asking them to consider doing something similar. Continue reading →
Didn’t intend to post until next week at the earliest, but received the following email from Keith Wills (WWATS) and thought I better share it before I am accused of ignoring people….
Re: My email to WWATS about membership cards and insurance
Amazing what attracts people to my blog…
Share a post about knocking on doors, updates from the UK, views on a detector, or an interesting news article, and nada. Throw one out about someone slandering you, and bam, hundreds of views. Continue reading →