Originally Posted by Trix View postIt was a fun day...thanks for the book, it's like brand new,! You're a generous guy. I was just starting to hear the high tones of dimes and quarters right at the end of the day. Can't wait to get back at it. That's an interesting place we hit, surely real treasures await there. The wind did blow hard, I couldn't hear my pinpointer. Moving to the front was a good move.
We did get out today but Martin now has an Explorer SE Pro and wanted to learn the Minelab language. Similar to Etrac but VDI is different. I gifted him the Andy Sabisch book (its a must have) and now he has a wealth of knowledge. Mostly clad with around 20 memorials, 5 or 6 rosies a couple quarters and each with a wheat (1917 &1921). Enough for a training day. Nice to just get out. Windy but in the 60s. Maybe more tomorrow. Cheers.
I recall some deep holes but cant say anything came out ftom 10 ".
Yes, I dug some 10" holes yielding signals pointing toward China. One memorial was deep, go figure. Next time, it'll be something old!