I get a fantastic signal, my mind thinks “oxen shoe”, my machine reads “oxen shoe”, but can I ignore it? Nooooo! I dig, and dig, with the anticipation of a fantastic find spurring me on, until finally my treasure is revealed…a lowly oxen shoe. Sigh—I move on…
I was at a meeting of the Nor’easters Metal Detecting Club last night, and one of the members mentioned my review about Dick Stouts new book, “In search of treasure”. He wanted to know, Did I actually read the book before writing the review? I assured him that I had, and that it was a good read….
Okay, so the comparison is a little bit off, but seriously its a good book, so I’ll just be getting on to the review…..
Check out Dick Stout’s new book In Search of Treasure Dicks been detecting for a long time, and his books always have great tips and advice. Besides that, if he didn’t write books, I would have no one to blame for my past and future detector purchases. Why it’s Dick Stouts fault
Being female, I’m always looking for new ideas to add to my safety in the field.
I’ve been warned by well-meaning friends and family about my frequent solo excursions into parks and wooded areas. It’s nice to know people care about me, but they should also realize I pay very close attention to, and take notice of my surroundings. I don’t need any surprises. Even so, you never know who or what may pose a threat.