Next to getting married or divorced, buying a decent metal detector is probably the most money many of us will ever spend in a lifetime. If you’ve got the gear but no idea, or, are on the cusp of joining the illustrious band of international treasure hunters, here’s a few pointers.
Great news from the UK’s National Trust #1
The National Trust in an encouraging display of backbone, has put two-fingers up to that busy-body outfit, UNESCO, by passing a resolution to accept the ‘short tunnel’ option which will improve the landscape and environs around Stonehenge enormously. The Agincourt salute was a magnificent snub to the mouthy, propagandist, archaeological lobby whose behaviour throughout was appalling, campaigned against the short tunnel. They lost the vote and are really pissed-off! Guffaw! Guffaw!
Hooray, doubles all round.
Great news from the UK’s National Trust #2
You couldn’t make this up. The anti-hunting-fishing-shooting yobbos tried to influence the National Trust’s members to ban trail hunting (at the Trust’s AGM) which as some of you might already know involves fox-hounds chasing a laid scent where no foxes are killed by the hounds as hunting foxes with hounds is illegal in the UK. They lost the vote and are really pissed-off! Guffaw! Guffaw!
Hooray! Doubles all round.
This also applies to treasure hunters: –
“There are three types of baseball players: Those who make it happen, those who watch it happen and those who wonder what happens”….Tommy Lasorda