Metal detecting, searching for, and recovering some fine Civil War relics from the old camping grounds is the fun little adventure for this evening. This is actually part 2 of last night’s little outdoor adventure but makes a simple stand-alone metal detecting and having fun outdoor, family-friendly, opportunity of entertainment. What ya think about the Canada geese flying north in the first week of January? Weird, eh?
I enjoy metal detecting for historical items like gold coins, relics, silver coins, and other buried treasures. I also metal detect for gold and silver nuggets and even meteorites. I like to make videos that promote my choice of lifestyle that includes outdoor adventure, metal detecting, yapping, searching for river treasure, SCUBA diving, exploring abandoned places, hiking, caving, caring for animals and pets, and observing the things outdoors that often go unnoticed by most people who are not familiar with outdoor adventures and nature. I keep my Youtube “Aquachigger” channel family-friendly and hope you subscribe if you like my style.
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The Old Camping Grounds Redux