I decided to metal detect a local walking trail near my house this weekend. Actually, I stuck by the fence around the baseball diamond where people sit and watch the games. I found a dime, a couple of pennies, and the usual tabs, foil, fencing, and other trash.
After about an hour, I decided that I was going to go somewhere else to metal detect since it was still early. I gave the area around me one more scan and got a jumpy double-signal 46-56 ID on my Fisher F2 Metal Detector. I thought to myself, “Another ZINColn penny.”
I knew that it was a shallow target by the double signal it was giving me. I knelt to dig it and just brushed the grass around but couldn’t find it. So, I scanned again, and the jumpy signal was still there but I wasn’t seeing it. I was just about to give up on it when I saw it. It was a ring, my first ring found while metal detecting!
It’s not gold, or silver, but it is a ring, and I was singing the “I got my first ring, I got my first ring” song in my head.
Really enjoy reading your blog! Congrats on the first ring, even though its not gold, atleast now you know they are out there.
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