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Topic: Everyone still only looks at the detecting finds page

New Post by Geobound on Wed Nov 14, 2018 9:46 pm

Maybe it's because I'm lazy but I rarely look in the individual locations for new threads, rather I click on the "View Unread Messages" tab.

Now I have read just about every post listed (sans a few current ones), so my list isn't a million miles long each day.

If you click on the "view unread messages" you will not only get every post you've missed, but you can see the date in which they were posted too. If you don't want to go back months and months on end to see all the posts, then just pick your cutoff date and click from there onwards?

I enjoy reading all the various posts in the different topics as I find there is usually something new I didn't know about in the way of tips or tricks, and that only helps me when I'm out in the field.......or the water as the case may be.

Even the different categories for different brands of machines I read. I may not be swinging brand X, but it doesn't mean I can't glean something from it.

Topic: The real adventure is just about to begin.

New Post by Geobound on Wed Nov 14, 2018 9:20 pm

Bruce I'm in the middle of looking for a new RV as well since I just sold my old one, you're going to have to let me know what version you got and how you like it. :tu:

I can tell by the tow hooks on the front of the Ram that you got the trailer package, but what engine do you have in that thing?

Make sure that you read the proper specs for your truck and not the generic specs they give, as your towing capacity could vary. I know that my dealer told me that my truck could tow up to 10 or 12,000 lbs, but because I have a low gear ratio and 4-wheel drive, I can only tow about 7000lbs.

If you need help figuring it out, just let me know.

Topic: Everyone still only looks at the detecting finds page

New Post by 123hardyklr on Wed Nov 14, 2018 9:16 pm

As a relatively new forum user here I have noticed this trend too..a lot of the topic discussion posts are not that well attended..not sure why really..time? interest? I try to browse some of them but many of the threads are older and few people but the main core seem to be posting on them. One option might be to thin or consolidate the threads a bit to narrow down the choices? Just my two cents.

Steve

Topic: My best find ever

New Post by Dennman on Wed Nov 14, 2018 8:16 pm

What agreat spot you found to detect.A nice variety of old coins. I especially like the Woodbine Raceway token and the USA BoyScout pin with the eagle on it.

Topic: My best find ever

New Post by sylvester on Wed Nov 14, 2018 8:10 pm

Wow, those are nice finds. :tu: There aren't coins that old where I live and hunt. I like the indian head pennies as well. I've been wanting to find one but haven't yet. Good job!

Topic: My best find ever

New Post by vaucher on Wed Nov 14, 2018 8:02 pm

adit wrote:Those are some sweet finds ! :tu:

Thanks! :tu:

Topic: My best find ever

New Post by vaucher on Wed Nov 14, 2018 7:59 pm

Jdeee wrote:Nice old silvers and pins Congrats.

Yhank you! :tu: