Another Silver Quarter and Silver Rosie

I’ve still been hard at this last week.  The weather has been super dry and I’ve found it helping me find really deep coins in loose black soil.  I’ve always thought it would be the opposite.  Then we received 3+ inches of rain in the last few days and now I cannot identify the DEEP coins.  The really dry soil reduces the falsing of iron allowing me identify coins nearby.   So I’ve developed another strategy for hunting different sites now.   I love that feeling of pulling a deep silver quarter and dime out of a hunted out park.  I would really like to know the feeling of hunting a virgin park!   My coin count is really taking off so I must be doing it right.

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