Not a new topic (ok rant) for me but one that seems to get more incredulous with each passing day. I’m talking about social media and how we as treasure hunters interact with each other and more importantly, how we come across to those on the outside looking in….. Continue reading
Ron Guinazzo is no stranger to this blog and certainly no stranger to anyone who is a treasure hunter. Chicago Ron is a ten on the treasure hunting scale, having been a star on the TV series Dig Wars and with finds that continue to amaze. And if that’s not enough we get to see him almost daily touting his pearly whites in the Clear Choice TV and newspaper ads.
Ron thanks for taking the time to do the following Q & A. Continue reading →
I want to revisit the Tallahassiee Democrat article “Arrowhead hunters face felony charges” (see last update), and I’m doing this because of two comments that were probably not read in their entirety and because I think it’s important! I’m aware that this will probably fall on deaf ears since most of you are busy perusing the ‘look at me’ videos and photos out there in tekkie wonderland but what else is new. Continue reading →
Received an email from old friend Bill Proenza at American Detector Distributors regarding a recent coin sale (auction) and wanted to share it here. Click on the photo for the details from Coin World.
First off finder is from New Jersey (nah joisey) and that’s pretty cool. Secondly I was knocked over by the condition of the coin itself. Continue reading →
The following dispatch from John Howland comes via the Mayfly Pub, his home away from home and was obviously penned upon his arrival there. I say this only because I’ve seen way too many that were written later on after a round or two, or three or….. Continue reading →