Got out a couple times this week to close out another site, which turned out to end up at 24 silvers, and pulled a lone ’63 rosie.
Beautiful, isn’t it? We’ll take it.
Started working this site for real last fall, and finished it this spring. An old park in southern Chester County. Interesting that I tried other machines there, such as the DFX and V3, and even the E-Trac a little bit, but it was only the E-Trac with the Big Unit that was able to solve it.
Well, I don’t really expect to do any detecting between now and the middle of summer, as I am just way too busy, so this may be the last update for a while, tho, maybe I’ll get out for a random hunt and find a random silver between now and then (sort of like what this was since the last post), we’ll see.
Not much detecting so far this week, but on Monday, I did manage to nab this 7 gram sterling ring at my Boyertown site mentioned a couple of weeks ago.
The Boyertown site also gave up the barber and merc from my last entry. I didn’t mention it then, cause after the first entry, I noticed someone had come in to the site with fresh plugs. Are you kidding me? I don’t know if it was anyone reading me, or just coincidence, who knows?, and who cares?, but dude, if its you, hit me up, and we’ll hunt sometime.
Anyway, I closed the site out today without silver. Bummer. Total take, three silvers including a barber dime, and a 7 gram ring. Not bad. The only reason I was there was cuz there is a locally renowned sports doctor in the area, and I needed some serious PT, but hopefully (knock on wood), I won’t need to go back.
So that’s that for my Boyertown adventure. I love going into unfamiliar areas and pulling silver (who doesn’t? I mean, who doesn’t like going into any area and pulling silver?). Anyway, its back to Chester County which we know and love, tho with so much going on, I don’t expect to do much more detecting this summer, so the entries will be even more sporadic.