Snow and cold

Like most metal detecting fans we are waiting for warmer weather and the snow to melt away.  We drive by our hunting spots or potential spots looking for areas without snow.  I’ve spent my time researching, looking at maps and watching metal detecting videos chomping on the bit to get out digging.  Maybe tomorrow, one area I just started detecting has potential, but has yet to turn up anything old is about 40% clear.  I’m still not sure how frozen the ground is, but I’m going to try.  I just wanted to say thanks again to those who go to great lengths to share their finds, stories and experiences metal detecting.  I’ve learned a lot and it keeps me anticipating my next great find.   Until tomorrow.

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