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Digging antique bottles from the drunken cobbler

Digging antique bottles from the drunken cobbler

I was recently in a nearby town on business when I noticed that a building had just been demolished. There was still a lot of broken bricks and other small rubble, but the ground was basically cleared. This was in the middle of the original town-site, so I stopped back to have a quick survey of the site and see if it looked like it would be worth trying a dig.

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Digging antique bottles from the drunken cobbler

Digging antique bottles from the drunken cobbler

I was recently in a nearby town on business when I noticed that a building had just been demolished. There was still a lot of broken bricks and other small rubble, but the ground was basically cleared. This was in the middle of the original town-site, so I stopped back to have a quick survey of the site and see if it looked like it would be worth trying a dig.

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General metal detecting sites   Fair, carnival, or circus grounds Public parks and picnic areas Public school grounds Beaches (dry sand) or underwater All swimming holes Ballfields (baseball, football, soccer) Old homesites Fishing spots along creek banks and rivers Revival grounds, brush arbor sites, baptism sites in creeks     Where, when, and how BEACHES […]

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