Early on, I found a 1943 dime, a few clad and then a better quality gold filled old kids' ring. Soon after I called Suzanne over to take a look at the big shiny disk in one of my holes... a 1942 half dollar! So now I was feeling bad, as I was doing quite well. I tagged a spot I thought was a silver quarter and another that I thought was a silver dime to see if her F2 would pick 'em up, but one turned out to be clad and the other was a piece of canslaw. A little more hunting turned up some wheats.
After a short break we returned to the field and I was getting deep, iffy signals that turned great as soon as I pulled the plugs and waved the probe in them. First was a 1948 dime, then a wheat, then a 1941 dime (registered a 01-24 on the E-Trac but just sounded good and had depth) and more wheat. I then hit a spot where Suzanne had pulled a plug and found a wheat which I handed over. I then rescanned the hole and 4 more coins popped out, all pennies mostly wheats with one memorial cent.