Whilst this was a four day trip, day three was my last (and favourite) day of serious detecting. The rain had departed leaving the soil in perfect condition for retrieving targets. Destination: a local primary school. We had access to the whole school grounds however I only ventured onto the edges of the oval - there were some good signals and finds to be had all day. First predecimal of the day was this 1951 penny. Next interesting target was a bullet (suggested by someon
Day 2 of the ATCH camp metal detecting weekend took us to a local high school. The weather was sub optimal for riding bikes but it was not too bad for detecting. A little messy, but OK.
First things first, take the dog for a walk to meet the locals. They didn't seem too keen on meeting her. By the time we got to the high school the weather was just starting to set in. I got saturated. First decent find of the day was this gold coloured koala sitting on a guitar badge. Sa
Every year the Adelaide Treasure Hunters Club goes away metal detecting for the weekend. This year the club went to the Riverland in South Australia. Base camp was Barmera Caravan Park where the doggy enjoyed early morning walks along the lake side. on the first day in the morning the water was like glass! The day's detecting was delayed a short while as the gates to the site were locked as the care taker had forgotten we were coming (whoops!) but soon enough we were able t