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Found by Susannah: “Results of two minihunts, one with Jim H. and the other with Tom R., Lee N., and Marvin G. Two Chuckie Cheese tokens found in one hole on one hunt, and a coin spill (4 quarters, 2 dimes, a nickel, and 4 pennies), boiler plate cover, and key found on the other hunt. Makes for short hunts when all of your finds are ready for you in one hole! Found with my XP Deus using the Deus Fast program, at 7 inches.”
Found by Lee N.: “Went out with Susannah K, Tom R, and Marvin G to detect Thursday. Temps in the 70’s, ground was perfect. Found the following items 2-5 inches deep, with Ace 250. The earring is gold plated and heavy.”
Found by Lee N.: “Tom R. and myself went out today. Conditions were perfect. Lee N. found the following objects 2-4 inches, using an Ace 250.”
Found by Rob W.: “1964 Canada nickel. Found less than 2 inches down in a local park.”
Found by Rob W.: “Same park. Same day.”
Found by Pam P.: “Found an 1889 Indian Head penny at an old house in St. Charles with my Fisher F-75.”
Found by Tom R.: “Found this lost ring for a lady. Gold with rubies and diamonds.”
Found by Rick C.: “Found street car track spike, a metal cover, a pocket knife end, piece of a square nail, a 1919s wheat penny, a hot rock, and some melted lead. All with my AT PRO and most was deep.”
Found by Lee N.: “Found these items 2-3 inches deep, using Ace 250. The iron looks like a possible piece of exploded ordinance.”
Tom R. has recently found another gold ring, on a call request. That makes four rings Tom has found, for the club. I wanted to give him the nickname of “Ringy”, but that has been taken. I want Tom’s nickname to be,’GOLDFINGER’. Way to go Goldfinger.