What's in the OLD house? COINS! ! !

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02-01-2017, 05:18 PM
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(02-01-2017 04:21 PM)NjNyDigger Wrote:  I'm a subscriber, a supporter and a fan, R.M. Yes

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02-01-2017, 09:24 PM
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I watched this flick once it was released around 1 or 3am EST. I enjoyed it all. Glad to see you out with your son and wife as well. I was on the edge of my...bed when I was watching. Was exciting and a good video. Best of luck and keep it up!

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02-01-2017, 09:29 PM
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Thanks Zach! I really appreciate your kind words and support. You have my respect brother!!

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02-03-2017, 11:30 AM
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Enjoyed your video. Nice of you to make it a family outting. Pay no mind to Dusty, he is grumpy sometimes and the governor sticks sometimes. But, I can relate to some of his views, other times I'm like seriously.
Sometimes when i watch a long video, i might fast forward it to find the good stuff. Then having seeing the good stuff. i often rewatch it. Lol, fearing i missed something. Regardless it's relaxing, and now that I'm older I enjoy a slower pace more often.

I have listened to podcast metal detecting with the hunter and sound of the machine while doing routine work. I love them, might be two hours long. Then you go to their website to see the find. I wish folks would make metal detecting podcast more. Yes With the sound of the machine and narrator voices it feels like you hunting and right there.

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02-03-2017, 04:16 PM
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The V nickel was in excellent shape, R.M. You need to go back to that spot with a fast/good separation unit (not a Minelab! lol) and pound it. There's obviously a bunch of trash, but with an AT Pro/Gold, Deus, Omega, Gold Bug or some other quick detector, you should be able to pull lots of goodies from amongst the garbage. Terrific vid!

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02-03-2017, 05:05 PM
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Thanks Joe! I'm going to try my luck in the spring with the minelab, then I'll borrow a deus from a friend and hit it again. I'm really curious as to what is around the older cellar hole. There's so much land and a ton of old apple trees. There is a small peninsula at the bottom of a hill that juts out about 75'. The guy who lives on that road said that there was the house I was in, a cabin (which I showed) and that's it. Nothing else on the old maps either. Anyways, there is a depression on that peninsula. If I can find a foundation stone, that cellar would pre date the others by a Longshot. Probably 1770's. I coukd easily spend 12 hours a day, 7 days a week for a month and not cover all the ground!

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02-04-2017, 12:48 PM
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Great video Relic! And to find coins just lying around is fabulous! I agree with Joe. Go hammer that sucker! As far as walking around though the old structure, well, I saw you were cautious about it and had somebody to dial 911 just in case, but I'd be real careful about falling through a floor. Especially with the condition you aptly described yourself to be in. Chuckle Keep up the great work! Nothing like that around these parts except for a couple of cellar holes!

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02-06-2017, 09:25 AM
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I finally made the time to watch the video , your still posts reminded me about it. I am excited about this spot and I am not even the one who will detect it.
Having fallen through a floor whilst fighting a fire I am a bit more cautious than you were , you seem to have a good head on your shoulders so I am sure you were safe. 
   I can't wait to see the finds when things thaw out , this spot could fill a lot of days detecting . All I can say other than thanks for sharing , is hurry up springtime.
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02-06-2017, 11:27 AM
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Thank you very much. It does look like a great site to detect, and I'm pretty excited about it as well! It's true, spring really can't come fast enough. We are in a deep freeze right now with the Temps between -10 and -20 Celsius. Probably another month and a half and I'll be able to post some finds from here. Stay tuned...

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