Before Work Schoolyard Hunt

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  1. sojourner

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    DSCN1567.JPG DSCN1568.JPG Went to a schoolyard that was only 3 miles from today's worksite and spent two hours hunting before I had to get to work. Nothing of note but did get some clad which will be used to buy silver at year's end. Twenty four coins worth $2.36.:whistle:
     
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    Good job, wish I could hunt schools where I live.
     
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    Why can't you? Too far away or laws against it?
     
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    Not sure why but there are city statutes against it :(
     
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    Probably the usual nonsense about kids falling in holes and getting hurt which is a bunch of baloney. A few of the schools around here have fences around them and are locked up which keeps EVERYBODY out. So much for our tax dollars used for the public good.
     
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    That was a good two hour hunt, you did good.(y)
     
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    Nicely done Ed.
    It all adds up.
     
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    Any day you can get out is a good day. Congrats on the finds!
     
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    That was a nice wee quick hunt before duty called.
    Well done Ed.

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