Monthly Archives: July 2013
When it comes to metal detecting in the United States, James and I live in a very good area. The northeast is home to historic land dating back to Colonial settlements and the Revolutionary War. The not-too-far-away Middle Atlantic has tons of Civil War history. So, as relic hunters and old coin shooters, we’re in … Continue reading
Most of my limited free time is focused on metal detecting; hence, it’s not always easy to find time to update this website! Below is a gallery of my most recent good finds. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since my last post! A busy life and other prevailing priorities have gotten in the way of documenting and posting my latest finds of note, but here is a recap:
As my 40th birthday neared, I found myself more and more engaged in a futile attempt to count my blessings. Too many to count, I eventually surmised, so best to just bask in the totality of it all simply by living. I won’t go too much further into my mental makeup on the eve of … Continue reading
In the weeks leading up to my 40th birthday, I was planning a weekend getaway with my wife and my one-year-old daughter. While spending time with them is great and precious, my wife kept the details of the getaway a secret. She was, however, dropping hints like, “kid-friendly” and “petting zoo.” Certainly not my top … Continue reading