indian head Archive
My friend and journalist Tom Eblen spent time to understand the hobby, arrange a new place and travel with me to document the search. I think he did a great job and am proud to share this article with you all. If you’re new to my blog, welcome! If you have property you’d like
Silver, silver everywhere – live digs coinshooting silver on private property. E-trac lessons for two-tone ferrous at beautiful places. HD viewing mode recommended, I removed the fisheye effect, there’s lots of detail in the video. Detector sounds on 90% of the live digs. Many more live digs coming now that my GoPro is
I have obtained permissions in a couple of houses in South East Central Kentucky and swung by one of them to check one out (I didn’t have time to do much hunting as I was heading over to see my beautiful daughters WIN a marching band competition.) It’s a virgin site. And so far, the
I headed back to the 1835 house and resumed my hunt. Much of my time on Saturday was spent networking and chit-chatting with neighbors. I got to know several of the owners of these 1840s houses, and obtained permission to hunt them all. Live dig videos were made of this whole hunt,
I headed out on Sunday to catch the minister of a small country church to ask permission to hunt (it was granted.) I met several people from the church, all of them, including the minister were nicer than nice. Before I knew it, he was telling me of an old African-American church location near his
Did some freestyling today and ended up at a 1853 farmhouse with a wonderful set of owners. Funny I always start out unsure about freestyling but seem to always land in a good spot .. As LONG AS I don’t coward out and spend the day at a hunted out park like I used to!!!
I set out Saturday with several possible destinations in mind – ready to beg for permissions and possibly end up heading to my backup spots. But the first location was the one – the property owner/decision maker was the nicest I’ve ever known in my metal detecting life. I ended up hunting there all.
This past weekend, I took advantage of the nice weather to hunt an 1820s-era farm. The conditions are difficult. Every coil swing reveals 4-5 iron signals, so I had to run the E-Trac in two-tone ferrous *all day* with a 6″ coil which is exhausting. Here are some of the finds. 1877 Seated Liberty Dime