I was walking a line and picked up the 1937 Mercury dime. At that point, my day is made. Silver from Goodale, what a treat! I walk another 100 feet or so and get another silver dime sounding hit. I dig the hole... 1943 Mercury dime. I send a text to tease Suzanne and let her know I've got two silver dimes and I close up the hole. I get up, rescan the hole and get a 12-38 on the E-Trac... I'm thinking, ok, there's a wheat in there. Open 'er back up and nope... 1940 Mercury dime! Obviously I've hit the one strip of grass in this place that everyone with a detector has just walked over.
I keep running passes through this area and pick up some more wheats, a 1949 nickel, 1940 Canadian cent, a nifty looking medallion with an M on it and near the end a nice 1901 Indian... a bit crusty, but with great detail. This kinda day makes up for all the other days I've left this park empty handed.