As seen in the July 2003 edition of W&ET Magazine
Metal Detecting On Cape Cod
A designer watch... a diamond bracelet ... Not bad for an after-dinner stroll!
By... Conrad J. Rasinski
Ask Mark Parker
Always entertaining and informative, Mark Parker identifies and educates!
The Relic Hunter - A Search For Woodland Time Capsules
Seek out old cellar holes for what could prove to be some of your best hunts yet!
By... Ed Fedory
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Raising Of The Bear Flag
"On June 14, 1846, a small, ragtag group of Californian defied four countries to proclaim their independence."
Gary B. Speck
A Week In Paradise
It's the longest freshwater beach in the world, visited by thousands of swimmers and sunbathers.
A Sunken Ship's Secrets
Scores of 17th and 18th century coins lay scattered on the ocean floor.
Our Saturday Escape
Drive a little, dive a little, and scoop up coins to your heart's content!
You've dreamed of Hawaii long enough... It's time to make those dreams come true!
R. Neil Simmons
Searching Atlantic City's Beaches
It's been over 130 years since the first coins fell beneath the boardwalk.
Back In Action!
"Oh, how I missed metal detecting- but I'm not missing a single chance now!"
Long popular and well searched, this New Zealand beach usually wasn't too productive... until now!
She's Still Got It!
Lost for over 50 years, the cherished medal is at last back where it belongs.
Many variations in size, design, and composition provide interest for numismatists and challenges for TH'ers.
Extra Benefits Of Treasure Hunting
Maybe you're still waiting for that find of a lifetime, but you're already having the time of your life!
H. Glenn Carson