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After watching the Joe Patrick interviews I conned him into writing a guest post for Stout Standards and I know you will enjoy it. First off most tekkies who have been around any length of time know who Joe Patrick is … Continue reading →
SO YOU KNOW I received an email from a SS reader who requested that I share a few tips, a few videos and talk more about detecting and less about everything else so let me try to address this “again”….
This morning after breakfast I sat down to my computer and ventured into cyberspace and what is now the wild, whacky world of metal detecting. Seems there’s always a crisis and some sort of drama. Sheesh! Well time moves on in my little corner … Continue reading →
SOCIAL MEDIA REVISITED Hmm, not sure where to start or where to go with this, but I have a feeling it won’t matter anyway when it comes to the treasure hunting audience and regulars on Facebook and Twitter…..
METAL DETECTING – EVERYTHING I KNOW! I frequently get asked “why don’t you talk more about metal detecting” or “why don’t you share a few tips”? Well you know what? I’ll give it a go, but it comes with the … Continue reading →
Not sure how many of you know the name Bob Sickler, but those of us who have been around the hobby for anytime certainly do. Bob’s background, accomplishments and contributions are well known and his book “Detectorist” is without a doubt one … Continue reading →
I have no doubt that after you read what I am about to say you will call me a few choice names, laugh and label me an old hoiker who is out of touch and over the hill. Well no argument here. I am an … Continue reading →
More Q & A and this time it’s Butch Holcombe. Butch really needs no introduction. His name and his American Digger magazine is synonymous with treasure hunting and more precisely, relic hunting. Thank you Butch…
I get emails via the “contact me” link almost every week asking my advice on detectors. Which one to buy, which one do I use and which one is the best. I try to reply as best I can but it’s … Continue reading →