Next opportunity to hunt was last Saturday. I was sick, but needed to get out of bed and the house. Also there was a small sidewalk tearout that I wanted to get to while I still could. At the tearout I got a lot of clad and a 1942 quarter.
Later, Dave called. He and Dan were headed to an old park not far away and I decided to join them. I managed to get an 1885 Indian and the Colorado Tax Token early on, then it was just clad and wheats the rest of the time there.
Yesterday I had a little time to get out again, so hit an old part of a park that has produced Indians in the past. I was hoping for another, and came close with 1909 and 1911 wheats, but the real surprise was the 1907-D Barber quarter than was less than 2 inches deep! It had been sitting on top of a rock and was a clear 12-47 signal. A nice surprise when I was expecting a clad quarter! A nice hunt
where all the coins were old (no clad at all) and silver to boot.