|Who lived here? It's not on my 1878 map.|
|William Holland was born August 3rd, 1800.|
I can't find him. Can you?
|Yup. Round things.|
|Suspender clip. Only nice thing I found.|
|This is sweet too. Coin silver plate.|
|Cheryl's haul. I need to copy her settings, clearly.|
|Random item I found near my house.|
What is it?????
A few days ago, thoroughly grumpy due to my bad luck of late, I spent a cold and lonely day driving all over the Nashville metro area looking for places to dig. Al had given me a new Garrett pinpointer to replace the one I lost last Christmas and I needed to practice not losing it. Found a house being renovated and the guy in charge said I could dig. Here's the result:
|Before and after. Hey, it's better than nothing.|
|Oh, the glamour, the glory of it all.|
|Even I cannot imagine an art project that|
could make use of these.
|These, however, look strangely lovely, don't you think?|
|83 cents. I think. Who cares.|
|Mystery ring (I've dug these before and|
have no idea what they are), strange tags
and a token for a free car wash that I may
try to redeem, as my car is filthy.
|This quickened the old pulse.|
|Til I turned it over. Nice. Thanks, 2013.|
|Detectorist-in-training, rockin' the Fisher F 75.|
|Who knew that a Garrett pinpointer could|
elicit such unbridled delight?
|Coolest find of the day! WHAT IS IT?|
|Also cool. Part of a locket???|
Speaking of songs, I'm working on a record of metal detecting songs. Here's one. I dug it up.