Anyone doing a cheeky mid week dig this week?

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I am heading to my new fields tomorrow. Heck why not? :D
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I am working Wednesday and Thursday but might nip out after work, but the evenings are starting to draw in now :|

I am off Friday, but I have a couple of DIY jobs to do around the house to do, so I think it will be Saturday before I get out properly...
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I'm out most evenings, I work on a lap top all day so it's my daily exercise.
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MudMax MD wrote: Tue Sep 01, 2020 11:28 pm I'm out most evenings, I work on a lap top all day so it's my daily exercise.
Good luck :thumbsup:
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Thinking about it the clubs going on a field with great prospects tomorrow :thumbsup: but should really work :thumbdown:
Good luck today cath keep that silver run going :thumbsup:
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Paint wrote: Wed Sep 02, 2020 8:09 am Thinking about it the clubs going on a field with great prospects tomorrow :thumbsup: but should really work :thumbdown:
Good luck today cath keep that silver run going :thumbsup:
Thanks, you too Ian!
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Ivebeen out today on group dig . Deep ploughed . Full of victorian rubish . 😭😭😢
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I popped out for 3 hours yesterday after work.

I'd spotted a couple of fields that had been combined and as I hadn't been on them before, I thought I'd have a go and see what delights I could unearth. I have never been on land with so few signals, well there were iron signals, but very little of anything else. :shock:
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I wasn't, but I'm now going out tomorrow for a few hours on a recently harvested wheat field.
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TerraEnglandia wrote: Wed Sep 02, 2020 8:07 pm I popped out for 3 hours yesterday after work.

I'd spotted a couple of fields that had been combined and as I hadn't been on them before, I thought I'd have a go and see what delights I could unearth. I have never been on land with so few signals, well there were iron signals, but very little of anything else. :shock:
Oh dear :cry:

joemole wrote: Wed Sep 02, 2020 6:11 pm Ivebeen out today on group dig . Deep ploughed . Full of victorian rubish . 😭😭😢
You sound like you did better than TE at least :lol:
shaggybfc wrote: Wed Sep 02, 2020 9:02 pm I wasn't, but I'm now going out tomorrow for a few hours on a recently harvested wheat field.
Good luck Andy, hope it delivers :thumbsup:
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Maybe not such a cheeky dig but gave a few new remote fields a bit of a look, alas no signs of any activity to encourage further investigation. A wander about three new fields produced three bits of foil, one bit of lead and a better sounding bit of smallish deep iron than it actually was, and even had to fend off the resident bullocks for it! :cry:
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