There was one at the park and one at the school today. Got out with Suzanne and got our arms sore swinging detectors and not doing much digging. I got the 1936 dime early on and then just a few wheats and clad. We decided to pack it in for the day and I was driving away when I thought of the school. So, I called her up and we headed over there. Just a few minutes in I got the 1941 dime and then Suzanne dug a crazy silver pin. Kids started to show up to play on the field so we moved off to the sides and I was getting deep clad Then she calls me over and says, "look at this" and I'm staring at a Walking Liberty half. I look and say that's cool, blah blah blah, and then she says, "yeah, but what *is* it" So a little more explaining about her great "big silver" we kept at it for a bit but not much else turned up so we headed out. I stopped off at another little street park on my way home and harvested a few more wheats before calling it a day.
I'm Nick A. and I am a metal detector hobbyist in Central Ohio. I have been metal detecting since 1990, and currently use the Minelab E-Trac detector.