So, I am continuing my mid range/tone experimentation. Honestly, when you are hunting for silver – it’s pretty easy to know what you have. Those high tones are just super sweet. Yes, they get a little more challenging when they are deep. But mid tones are much tougher. That space is crowded.
So, I am re-upping my efforts on different sports fields. Today I revisited a spot that gave up a super nice, white gold ring last year. I went super slow over this area and really tried to learn the different tones and readings. I paid particular attention to very steady, repeatable tones/tid’s. I dug like 5 nickels, which shows you I am really honing my skill. I can now pretty much call nickels, like I can for pennies, dimes, quarters, and silver.
However, I got a tone that was a little wobbly in the upper 50s. I was expecting maybe some trash or a nickel with something else. To my complete surprise, I dug this child’s silver bracelet. Well, well, now I know that bracelets ring up much much lower on the silver scale. I also dug a ton of quarters. I know that tone/reading and figure I should add to my coin totals. Yes, I dug pulltabs and other trash.
What a great hobby this is!
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