Monthly Archives: January 2018

Don Mituzas Q&A

Don Mituzas and a very happy gal after finding her engagement ring.

I’ve never met Don Mituzas in person. He is an online friend, detectorist and someone I respect. I’ve seen his responses to other TH’ers and they’re always polite, informative and helpful. His finds are outstanding and if you have a baffling coin question just ask Don! He’s the numismatic go to.

Lastly and surprisingly Don does not have any YouTube videos to promote, nor does he have an agenda. He’s just a guy who enjoys metal detecting. Can you imagine that! Continue reading


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Just another day at the Amesbury house….

Just sitting here, getting skinnier by the day and frittering away to nothing. Who knows maybe I will be able to finally get up and down and that would be a good thing.  I think? Continue reading


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Prime Time Treasure Hunting?

Sitting here after a couple of glasses of cheap inexpensive red wine and suddenly had a brainstorm. No not a brainfart. Brainfarts are real.  This is a brainstorm.  An idea I think has merit, but I need your feedback. Continue reading


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Telling It Like It Is…

A cold weather something to ponder. I ponder a lot any more. I ponder whether I should eat a little more pasta and whether or not I should have that sixth glass of wine. Okay just kidding. I never ponder the wine.

Anyway here’s what my aged and fried brain has been working on…. Continue reading


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A Q&A with Joe Patrick

Joe Patrick

Those of you who frequent my blog should know the name Joe Patrick by now. He’s an old friend and also from the era of no frills, no BS detecting.  If after reading this Q&A you have questions, technical or otherwise, ask away in the comments section and Joe will respond.  Continue reading


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It’s Not Going to be Easy…

Now I know you are not going to believe it but I am making New Year’s resolutions and I intend to work hard to make them happen.  I know too that many of you will be there to help and cheer me along…. Continue reading


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