It seems like each day, each week brings something to ponder and something to worry about. Things like what am I going to do now that I’m not able to detect, OR what am I going to do if I’m not able to walk? Continue reading
Not much happening here in my neck of the woods and I’m still having trouble getting around. If you can don’t get old. It’s no fun at all…
Since we’re into the 100 degree days here in Texas here’s a throwback from 2014 that I hope you will take to heart…. Continue reading →
First heard about Adam Kearley when John Howland gave him a shoutout on his Detecting & Collecting blog. After watching a few of his videos I asked if he’d be kind enough to do a Q&A. He replied in the affirmative and here we are. Thank you Adam, appreciate it! Continue reading →
Charles Gren and I know each other because of our love for all things French. The difference is he was born in France, grew up there and goes back often. In fact at this very moment Charles is in Carcassonne, probably having a nice glass of vin rouge or out digging up something very old and very cool.
Am I envious? Does a bear? Continue reading →
Now that I live in Texas and not able to get out detecting that much I find myself thinking about all the old haunts of years ago, most of them now extinct. I’ve probably mentioned them here before but since I’ve been labeled over the hill I’m allowed to be amnesic…. Continue reading →
I’ve never met Stef Tanguay but she somehow feels like an old friend. Her name and her finds are all over social media. Likewise Stef Digs, her YouTube channel boasts 2.82K subscribers. Thank you Stef for the taking the time to share your story.!! Continue reading →