Got out this morning at the park I've been hunting and didn't find a blasted thing! So I called up Dave to see if he was out freezing today and he and Anthony were at another park nearby. They were kind enough to extend an invitation and I headed over that way. Slow going at first. When I arrive Dave had a wheat and Anthony was in another part of the park. Later, on his way out he showed me his nice finds! I hit an area Dave had covered before and found some very iffy signals that turned out to be wheats. A good sign for me, so I stayed in this area and another iffy signal turned out to be a 1943 dime. An 01-35 signal turned out to be a sterling silver cross on a chrome plated chain. A few more wheats and then a 10-46 signal right next to one of Dave or Anthony's holes was a worn 1918 dime. About that time I was hungry, losing feeling in my fingers and needed a restroom so I checked in with Dave and he was still chasing silver. I felt confident he'd get one as soon as I cleared out, so I left him to it.
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.