Scott Clark Featured in Chevy Chaser Magazine for Metal Detecting

It was so cool to get featured in the magazine for the January 2017 issue.  The team at Smiley Pete did a great job on this article.

Somewhere west of Lexington on a wooded Kentucky hillside, Scott Clark sweeps his metal detector through the undergrowth in measured, graceful arcs, listening intently to the cacophony of tones that emanate from his equipment.

A change in the pitch – one that would be barely noticeable to a layman such as myself – piques his interest, and Clark pulls back a step to concentrate the detector over a smaller swath, switching its console to “pinpoint” mode. The detector produces a keening wail similar to a surly R2-D2, indicating a piece of metal. Clark listens closely then drops to his knees – now using a carrot-shaped pinpointing detector and a specialty serrated shovel, he carefully digs up soil, sifts through it and finds the source:  “We have a button,” he says, grinning broadly. “We have a military button.”    (read full article)