Re: Metal Detecting Vacation
- Hello fellow detectors, I'm new to this group. I live in Rehoboth
Beach, Delaware and try to get on the surf at least 3-4 times a week.
I have had little luck this summer finding anything but clad coins. I
have found numerous pieces of broken metal that looks like brass but
I'm not to sure of what it is ????? There are many many 18th & 19th
century ship wrecks just off the coast and I am afraid to discard the
pieces since they maybe from an old ship that went down. I will try
going to the local shipwreck museum and see if they can help me
figure out what they are. I found them just after the last 2
hurricanes went up north out at sea but brought very rough surf to
the area. I will post pictures of the items soon and maybe someone
with this club can help me figure out what they may be.
Once again, I want to say hello to you all...
--- In email@example.com, "chris"
> Good to see people writing messages again. This site was
> boring this summer.Canton
> I got to beach hunt for the first time during vacation at
> lake. Several friends told me the beach at Canton lake had been hitby
> several metal detector's after they dropped the lake. My friendsmust
> have been right. I spent 20 hours on the beach and found severalclad
> coins I still had a good time. I had better luck at the camp sitesread
> where coins were easy to find and lots of them.
> By the way I have been detecting for 8 month's now and have
> many messages concerning covering holes back up. On one of theto
> secluded beachs I walked out and seen 40 or 50 big holes big enough
> put buckets in. It was a ugly site. I knew it was a metaldetector
> type person. The metal trash they dug was thrown down by the hole.really
> This one bad person sure makes the rest of us look bad.
> Any way I always have a good time with my detector and I
> like reading about every body else's experinces so keep writing and
> posting messages.
> Have fun detecting.