Then on our way out, I noticed a large section of brush had been cleared! Sweet! Started hitting the area and wheats were just on the surface. Picked up the 1944 Mercury dime and the more wheats and a 1954 dime laying right on top of a rock! Not long after, the 1941 wheat laying on top of a rock! Fighting the stubble was a bear though and it was definitely not easy hunting, but well worth it! Got a quarter signal, bent down to take a look and the butt end of an arrowhead was staring back at me... cool. The quarter was just clad though. Also found a silver plated religious medallion here as well.
Later I met up with Dave at a school we have hunted before. Pretty soon after starting he got a really cool find, and I had two wheats. Then I picked up a super nice 1917 Buffalo nickel, a few other modern nickels, a 1944-P War nickel and a 1949 nickel. The surprise target was a 1901 Indian head cent! Then another friend came who wanted to hunt some clad in the front of the school, so I went thataway and Dave headed out. Clad hunting went pretty well, I got a wheat cent and even found a Sacajawea dollar coin.