Metal detecting news
Here are best metal detecting article from around the web:
Yard sale work can yield a profit if you know where and how to hunt
There are the casual yard/garage sale shoppers looking for a bargain. And then there’s Bill “Tex” Truesdell of Ocean Springs. He’s as close to being a professional as most people get among yard sale buyers, and he’s shown that one of the most basic green businesses — buying and re-selling someone else’s castoffs — actually can be profitable. – Official source: http://www.sunherald.com/2014/04/09/5482818/yard-sale-work-can-yield-a-profit.html
Garrett Metal Detectors and its Founders Celebrate Milestones
More than 250 Garrett Metal Detectors employees gathered on April 1 to celebrate both the 50-year anniversary of their company and the birthday of its founder, Charles Garrett. – Official source: http://www.forconstructionpros.com/press_release/11386524/garrett-metal-detectors-and-its-founders-celebrate-milestones
INLAND: Modern-day gold miners seeking treasure
These days, most of the shafts and tunnels are sealed up and the only signs of what were once bustling mining operations are leveled-off hilltops and huge mounds of dusty tailings – the crushed material left behind after the valuable minerals are removed. Tools the miners once used and fuzzy photographs of miners themselves are on display in a corner of the Perris Valley Historical Museum dedicated to the rich mining history of the area. – Official source: http://www.pe.com/local-news/riverside-county/perris/perris-headlines-index/20140404-treasure-hunt.ece
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Metal Detecting Complaint
Metal detectorist DeepdiggingDan is well known for his comic turns with hand grenades, lasagne and Nazi Castles, the latest of his 200+ You Tube videos, “Metal Detectorists V Archaeologists” was so-suitably published on April Fool’s Day. In it in his desire to play the victim, he cluelessly trots out all the staple arguments and totally misses several important points. Read Full article
Metal Detecting For Beginners – Insurance
So you’ve bought your metal detector and want to get out into the field that you’ve secured permission to detect on.Wait a moment. What happens if you accidentally put your spade through a water pipe or telephone cable? Could be expensive! Read full article
Metal detecting Q&A with Geoff West-Osborn aka Chef Geoff aka Chefphones.
Today I have a blog post with a difference. I have noticed a few posts on different internet forums by Geoff which make a lot of sense, a very recent one can be found here. Now what I found interesting in this discussion is that Geoff didn’t mind standing away from the crowd and admitting as detectorists we make mistakes and changes need to be made, I have a lot of respect for someone who will do that, so I contacted Geoff and asked him if he would mind doing a little question and answer session on this blog to which he very kindly agreed to, I hope you enjoy it. Read full article
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