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« on: September 14, 2009, 06:32:21 pm »
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From the land of the Bluenose....a surprise call early this morning and Navy Davy and I had the pleasure of Rick from Sweetdreams Detector Ltd.joining us for our outing. Of course first stop was Tim's where we loaded up with all the health food groups; coffee, donuts, breakfast sandwiches and water.

Tide was out a tad so we hit the spot where I found the large coppers last dig and a good thing we did as Navy Davy was a overly vertical lean mean silver machine unearthing 6 fish scale five cent pieces!
After those he scoffed a nice 925 ring!
Meanwhile Rick was doing the dew and popped out a toasty large cent and another that I suspect is a Nova Scotian half penny

Another trip to Tim's and at my suggestion, after a previous night encounter with Beefeater and his pink lemonade we hit a playing field and dug away.

ND hit quota, a silver ring and 6 fishscales!

Rick with that foreign thing a Tesoro hit a large cent and the other token, a heart stopper of a ring(too bad it wasn't real) and then another that was identical and having a great time in the process as it was one of those rare days that ND was running off like a soup sandwich from his high of digging all the silver. Best day ever for Dave and I don't blame him for having verbal diarrhea! Ricks finds also included a nice military type pin.

Wasn't til I got home that I discovered that I too had made the silver grade popping 2 George V1 dimes. Take for the day was the 2 silver, 2 keys, a dinkie trailer, watch, fun zone token, rhinestone pin and 58 coins @ $2.10 (silver inclued)

Heading out to the Kentville area Tuesday but for now it's off to my other job for a double hitter! 


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