Tuesday, June 10, 2008


I spent twenty minutes detecting at lunch today at Hounz Lane Park. I poked around the picnic pavilion for a while, and found that it was very trashy. Lots of signals that were screws and bolts, pull tabs, who knows. I decided to hunt someplace with less stuff popping up, and selected a mulchy hillside across the creek. There was a lot less trash, and I quickly found a quarter and a dime. The coins were nothing special ('96 and '72, respectively), but they surprised me because they were in a spot that would receive relatively light foot traffic.


1 comment:

  1. It's amazing to think when we find coins in out of the way places with little foot traffic of how much money is out there in the world just laying around. I wish I could get a good estimate.


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