Saturday, May 23, 2015

Metal Detecting Places


Metal Detecting is Easy 

Finding New Places that are Old & Forgotten is the Tricky Part…

I quickly learned about 6 months after I started metal detecting that I need to do something different. I have hunted the beaches, hunted all kinds of parks and every school yard within 30 miles, I want to hunt something different. I wanted to hunt something really old; I want to hunt somewhere that would give me the chance to find something worth bragging about on all the Social Media outlets. I wanted to find relics that have a story.

I was so tired of reading and seeing all the pictures on Facebook and other social media outlets about these great finds from the 1800’s or even older, why can’t I dig up something like what other people seem to be finding?

So I started researching about old places and the history right here in my own zip code, I was shocked at what I was quickly learning about my own city. I couldn't believe how much history had taken place within a few miles from my own front porch. Even though I grew up here, I most have forgotten about all the land marks that I have passed by over the last 40 years, tunnel vision as most would call it.

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American Metal Detectorists

A.M.D.'s goal is to make helpful tips, articles, and links easily available to metal detecting enthusiasts. Our aim is to help seasoned detectorists and those new or just considering the hobby to become successful, responsible detectorist


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