Re: [Oklahoma Metal Detecting Club] Christmas
- Naw, I'm down here in south central Oklahoma on the Red River/Lake
Texoma area. I like relic hunting more than coin shooting. The
beaches and local swimming/fishing holes are good places to hunt
this time of year. Digging is usually permitted in these places.
Also ask permission to hunt on local church lawns. Another excellant
place to hunt this time of year is under the bleachers at local
football fields (don't forget around the concession stands). We find
lots of coins and jewelry in these places plus childrens toys (kids
love to play under these things for some reason. Be sure to ask the
grounds keepers before going. There are lots of great places to hunt
but always ask permission first. Most people are receptive to let
you hunt as long as you don't leave a mess of their yard. Many
people are unaware of the "history" of their homes and are sometimes
quite excited about having a house worthy of a hunt. So don't be
afraid to ask, all they can do is tell you no. I hope you have a lot
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Kent Hallsten
>check one out and find places to go.
> Are you a member of a local city club in OKC? I would like to
> I called the Parks dept. today and asked if they had any rulesabout Metal Detecting in the parks, and the girl said " no, but
digging is not allowed, so that kind of defeats the purpose." I
thought parks were open. I would think the digging law was meant for
BIG holes, not small holes we dig. Do you have any suggestions?
I'm really eager to get out when it's warm, even in January.
> Kenteveryone! I hope Santa brings you lots of treasure
> dullhawk <email@example.com> wrote:Merry Christmas
> hunting gear this year. Be sure to post some pics of all thosegreat
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