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HAVE DETECTOR, WILL TRAVEL
Jimmy Chodan invites anyone who will visit the state
of New York during the spring, summer or fall to come
hunt with him. He lives 100 miles north of New York City
on the Connecticut-Massachusetts border. If you will be in
the area, give him a call at 518-567-8168.
Tessa Durand and Eddie D'Amato:
The Ice Cream Surprise!!
“Eddie, my two son's & I (Tessa) took a 12 hr trip to
S.C. to visit with my parents up in the Cherokee foothills.
God's country. In our travels we made a pit stop to re-fuel
in a small town off of I-95 just before I-26W called
Walterboro.
My youngest son (15) asked Eddie for an ice-cream.
The cashier proceeded to give Eddie his change when a
dime accidentally hit the counter alerting Eddie to the
familiar distinct sound of silver. Eddie excitedly asked the
cashier if she had anymore. The young lady, not to sure
what to think of the situation, returned momentarily with
four little brown bags of silver mercury dimes. Eddie paid
the nice lady $20.00, took the dimes and we quickly and
not very quietly, made our escape. What a find!! (The
dimes dated from1917-1964 and are worth on the average
about $1 ea. or more.)”
The Hiddenite Gem Mines N.C.
“A beautiful trip to Hiddenite N.C. Gem Mine, Eddie the
boys & I decided to try something different.
We arrived around noon after driving four hrs from S.C.
For a small fee, we were each provided with shovels,
buckets & gloves. We were able to dig in the dirt all day.
We washed off our gems in the ice cold water of the slews
to discover beautiful colored rocks. We found quartz,
Amethyst, Emeralds, Rubies, Topaz and many others just
to name a few. We would recommend the trip to anyone.
We had a blast, as long as you don't mind getting dirty.”

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PAUL HAMLIN'S TIP OF THE MONTH
Tired of not finding enough stuff? Buddy up and work
new spots. You can drop one hunter at the north end of
the beach and that person can work south to you. This
covers spots that you cannot cover by yourself. Some
places are hard to get access to. Good Hunting!

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OTHER GREAT FINDS
Seen on the May Tall Tales Table

BURIED COIN CACHE
FIRST CLUE

Once a month we all gather...
SECOND CLUE:
From the parking lot, stroll down the path, passing the
bathroom, which will be on your left, and don't let a
coconut hit you on the head...
Item buried is a small vitamin container 2 3/4" long and 1 1/2 "
in diameter. It is placed in a Ziploc® bag.

Burial of cache and the clues are provided by Mindy and
Gary Spiroch. If found by a club member, that person will
receive a prize of $25 AND earn the right to bury the next
cache! Good luck everyone! Start digging! Be sure to fill all
holes!

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MORE MEMBER TIPS
Nikolay Malchev recommends using silicone that is
found at Diver’s Direct to lubricate seals on metal
detecting equipment, especially those machines used in
the water. He also mentioned that most rechargeable
batteries in metal detectors do not have an automatic stop
when the battery is fully recharged, which can shorten
battery life. He recommends a simple timer that you can
buy at hardware stores to charge your battery only for the
time that the manufacturer states in the instruction book.

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New Lincoln Penny Debuted
On May 14, the new Lincoln penny went into
circulation. The front side of the coin has Lincoln's face exactly what we're accustomed to. But the “tails” side
shows Lincoln as a young lad, reading a book, during a
break from rail splitting.
This is actually the second new Lincoln penny to debut
this year. The first debuted in February, with the "tails"
side featuring Lincoln's boyhood log cabin.
A third one of Lincoln as a lawyer will come out later
this year, and a fourth will show an unfinished Capital
dome, which represents the site where he took the oath of
office in 1861. Courtesy of http://www.walletpop.com

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GSBSO 2009 BY MUMSZIE ON YOUTUBE
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