Old site, no silver for me

I was able to go out and metal detect a couple times this weekend.  The weather was nice and the ground was 90% thawed.  I was fortunate to be joined by a long time friend and brother.  First stop was a couple houses built around 1900 which has provided me a few wheats and a couple of Mercury dimes in the recent past.  I was sure one of us would find a silver coin, but it wasn’t to be.  We were able to pull a couple wheats and several modern coins.  The coins rang up all over place for us, memorials rang up as dimes, dimes jumped between dime, quarter etc.   Next we went to an older school which was nearby and finally my friend found a war nickel.  At least one of us found a silver!  Overall it was a good day to be out metal detecting.

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