Detecting in the woods 'Again'

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joemole
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Hello all . My local permissions are a mud bath so the only place i can detect is the woods straight out the back gate . Theres an old tip down there aswell so i had a kick about in that . Seen some nice wildlife . Half dozen deer . Sparrowhawk etc and found a few badger sets overall a nice chilled out few hours away from the madness. Found a few crusty coins which i havent pictured .
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Well done on getting out March 29th for me and then woodland only.
Some nice finds, like the snuff box.
Also thanks for showing the bottles.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
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Thats the thing with this hobby, its not always about finds....the nature you have been amongst is a stress reliever in itself
Takes you away from the madness :clapping:

I expect Kenleyboy will be along soon with some tips on your dump you have there too, interesting with the bottles etc :thumbsup:
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Blackadder43 wrote: Tue Feb 23, 2021 4:58 pm Thats the thing with this hobby, its not always about finds....the nature you have been amongst is a stress reliever in itself
Takes you away from the madness :clapping:

I expect Kenleyboy will be along soon with some tips on your dump you have there too, interesting with the bottles etc :thumbsup:
Totally agree. Ive had many a day when ive found absolutely nothing of interest but come tired but happy .
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Good array of finds there. Never found a toy gun and would love to. Those snuff boxes get around. I had over 10 from a small area on one permission - was cursing them by the end!
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I have a permission where these snuff tins are everywhere, hundreds of them. Each one bent in and folded over. Unfortunately you can’t ignore them, even if you know exactly what they are.
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Good selection you got there, :thumbsup: :thumbsup: I think the oblong bit below the snuff box is a possibly a cell from an old torch battery? or that's what it reminds me of

Always a bonus to see the wildlife to lift the spirits, the wildlife is getting busy as spring is around the corner :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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Yay ! some bottles , well found and in good nick by looks of them . Like that snuff box as well . Great time out :thumbsup:
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