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« on: April 08, 2011, 05:27:33 pm »
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From the land of the Bluenose.....managed to sleep in till 0515hrs and did the domestics.  Once they were done it was on the phone to Navy Davy and within 30 minutes we were on the road to hit  a few beaches.

First beach was barren of not only coins but everything else.  Next beach and Navy Davy calls me over to the blonde bombshell he just "picked up."
Navy davy soon tired of her  as conversation was not her strong point so he gave her to me.   Stuck her in me pocket and continued a swinging.
Shortly thereafter ND again calls me over.
Bouy had scoffed a most excellent 1919 dime......first silver of the day.  Not two minutes later I pulled out a 1935 dime followed by another old silver dime.  This was flat on the date side.  Coins were coming at a good clip with the only other coin of note being a Newfoundland 1941 penny.

Off to another beach with this one also very quiet so we moved to a little park with limited success.  Did manage a 1964 silver quarter.

Work as well as my bed awaited for me as tonight was my next to last shift before I go on a much needed vacation.

Navy Davy managed the super nice silver and 43 other coins as well as his "broad."
As for this old sod it was 3 silver along with 58 other coins @ $7.46 added to the Back to the UK fund 2012.


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