Long day in the stubble

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stanslad
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Out today from 9am until 8pm, I'm all stiff now & soaking the old bones in the bath, on a field I usually avoid near Bicester because it's so Stoney & batters all the finds, but was meeting the farmer there about an electrical job soon, he'd been trenching along the length of the field for a water & electric supply & filled it in, so on the filled in trench & where the tracks of the digger had flattened the stubble I had the day up & down the field,
Well loads of crap bits came up, but three good bits showed, a harness pendant, a James 1st sixpence & a cut quarter, I think Edward the confesser but needs a clean up,
So will have another go tomorrow.
Clint :thumbsup:
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Good going there Clint. :thumbsup:

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Wow that’s a good day :thumbsup: . We really should meet up one day as you are so near. Working up the courage to ask if I can bring a friend on my new fields. Only a month on them so seems a shame not to share with such limited time and so much land.

Mind you it seems you aren’t short of somewhere to go anyway :D
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Nice bin lid :clapping:
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Oxgirl wrote: Sun Aug 30, 2020 10:40 pm Wow that’s a good day :thumbsup: . We really should meet up one day as you are so near. Working up the courage to ask if I can bring a friend on my new fields. Only a month on them so seems a shame not to share with such limited time and so much land.

Mind you it seems you aren’t short of somewhere to go anyway :D
Be good to meet up Cath,
I'll work on my farmers to let you on, they say I can have family on,
so will sort it out sister, auntie, nan!
Clint :lol:
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stanslad wrote: Mon Aug 31, 2020 12:52 am Be good to meet up Cath,
I'll work on my farmers to let you on, they say I can have family on,
so will sort it out sister, auntie, nan!
Clint :lol:
Nan :shock: Cheeky minx! We can work on a mutually beneficial deal :Luv Ya:
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You detected for eleven hours and you're going out for more? :shock: Got to admire your staying power, fellah. And if you get too sore you can always tap up Nanna Cath for some of her ointment :D :thumbsup:

Nice finds, by the way :thumbsup:
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Couple of decent coins there Clint, thats a long old day by anyones standards let alone an old fella :lol:
Was up your neck of the woods the other week, at Kirtlington Golf Club, just a fleeting visit or I would of been in touch :thumbsup:
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Some great finds there. Thanks for sharing. That's a long detecting shift you put in there. I'm glad you were rewarded for it. :thumbsup:
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