Detector Days Are Dwindling


Unless you live in a tropical climate or are an uber-extreme detectorist, the days we’ve enjoyed since the end of last winter are quickly winding down. Here in north central Ohio we’re supposed to have a great day tomorrow but then the bottom drops out: temps plunge and snow is in the forecast for Sunday.

Personally, I’m hoping the weatherguessers are hugely wrong.

I hunted Tuesday and today, making a few good finds but nothing like what October brought me. I’ll probably not have another month like that ever again, but that’s OK; if I were to leave this earth tomorrow I’m content with the run I’ve had. I’ve made some cool finds and great friends along the way, and gotten hundreds of hours of enjoyment in the process.

If you’ve got the time and decent weather, get out there and hunt before the snow flies. Though I’m hoping for a few more good days, I know that soon I’ll be looking out my picture window watching the snow fall and wishing I’d gone detecting that one day…



Author: timteamohio

Retired cop embarking on new adventures, seeking to recover the history beneath us.

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