I was going to post a product review, but then I changed my mind and decided to post a video of my granddaughter Jordan, a.k.a. “Marshmallow-J” (the detecting name she picked for herself), because she likes Marshmallow’s and a song by someone named Marshmello.
Anyway, Jordan, sorry, Marshmello-J, likes to talk about metal detecting, and for a newbie and a five year old, she’s pretty darn smart. She’s done a series of metal detecting videos dispensing her 5 year old wisdom to the metal detecting community. They are short and sweet, and to the point—and if her cuteness doesn’t get to you, maybe her wisdom will. Enjoy!
If you can’t understand the beginning, she’s saying “don’t clean treasure, even not clean pennies if they’re Treasure, just put them in your penny bank and and then just leave it there…”
Happy Hunting— May you find lots of treasure for your penny bank!
Comments on “Metal Detecting Tips from a 5 year old!”
Hi A. She’s getting big. And she’s adorable too. I love reading your blog. Ttys
Hey JoJo, yup, she’s growing up. I love watching her grow, but you just want that cuteness to stay forever. She’s a smart little thing too. Talk to you soon!
Oh yes! Great gal. Wouldn’t want to cross her in 20 years time! Here’s a new generation arkie in the making. Brilliant!!!
She is the generation that’s taking over.
I have a feeling she’s not only going to be a looker, but a finder as well.
what a cutie! you are teaching her well!
Thanks Dave—I hope she sticks with it. She loves coins, any coins, so that’s a good sign, and finding jewelry and coins in her yard was exciting for her. I was the one excited over the flat button we found. Lol.
I think she needs to be a regular part of the Detecting Diva blog….maybe “and now a message from Marshmellow”!
Funny, I was thinking of something similar. I’ve got 4 episodes so far. I wanted to start with 10 and do one a week, but my creativity ran out… it will come back though, just have to give it a few days. Lot of stress lately. Sigh…
Your doing a great job little one,keep up the good work ….let us know if you find some good stuff k?”
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