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canada flagHMCS Chaleur 1939

canada flagHMCS Chaleur 1939
May 31, 2012 04:03PM
From the land of the Bluenose.....a perfect day for detecting me son. Dark, dank and the heavens about to empty! Slightly over an hour and I was at Serendipity Steve's front door. I could tell that he was chomping at the bit to get out as he had worn a vi sable path from his pacing in the hallway floor.

From his pack pack he brought out an item that he had dug on his front lawn.

I doubt if Zippo can repair that one which is of the slim line of those lighters.

Link to the history of this Canadian mine sweeper.
So out we went to an old ball field.

Thought at one point during the dig that I had lost SS in the tall grass.......or that the big Sheppard that was at the end of the road had got him!

Not too mention the attack Canada Geese we had encountered on the way in!

We each did the dew popping a few coins and soon it was time to hit the road.

On the way home I stopped at a playground for a quick scan and eyeballed a wrecker in need of repairs.

And with my next eyeball find I had the means to call one.

Quota was not had but a good outing nevertheless.

One last stop before getting home. A bouy has to do what he has to do for his Bo so that a digging he can go!

Keep the geese up north!!! (n/t)
June 01, 2012 07:17AM
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