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Lucky September for Silver

I’m still alive and still digging, but not as much.  When I’ve been out, silver has been eluding me. Today I managed to find a silver coin spill.  I’ve had very few of those and as the others it was a total surprise.  I’d been out for about 45 minutes and only had a wheat to show for it.  Then there this weird signal.  Mostly iron, but as I circled the spot I would get a 12-47, 12-42 and a 12- 45 once for every five iron numbers.  I couldn’t pinpoint the spot which made me consider it wasn’t a nail.  I dug a wide plug and a silver dime was sticking out of the plug.  I managed to pull two more silver dimes and a wheat.  I ended up with 2 Mercs and a Rosie for silver.  I really needed that to remind there is still silver in those old parks.  I’m at 24 silver coins for the year and far short from my last years totals.  I suppose that how it works.  I hope your hunts have been going well and good luck.20170904_112201

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