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Metal Detecting for Beginners and Beyond

Metal Detecting for Beginners and Beyond

Metal Detecting for Beginners and Beyond

Metal Detecting for Beginners and Beyond

“This was a very informative book …. The initial excitement we had when we purchased the detector has been re-ignited!” – Nuggiepup – Amazon Reviewer “This exceeded my expectations. Even with 4 years of detecting experience, I learned quite a few very valuable tips and resources. It was a bit of a whim purchase but it was exceptional. No regrets with this purchase.” – Mark in Massachusetts You are surrounded by valuables buried all around you. Estimates are there are more coins IN the grou

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Metal Detecting Hidden Places

Metal Detecting Hidden Places

Metal Detecting is Easy – Finding New Places that are Old & Forgotten is the Tricky Part…

Now As Heard on the Treasure Seeker Show – Metal Detecting, Beyond Sight & Sound

If we all had a Treasure Map then this would be too easy and there would be no buried Treasure left to go out and find. My guide will help you create your own real treasure map.

I quickly learned about 6 months after I started metal detecting that I need to do something different. I have

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Motor Home Boondocking for Beginners

Motor Home Boondocking for Beginners

What’s the fun in driving your motor home to a crowded campground on the edge of a city (exactly the kind of place we’d all like to escape!), plugging in and listening to your neighbors watch TV all night? We could have just stayed home for that.

If you have an RV, you really have to go out there and get away from it all. The great advantage of having one is that you can get far from civilization, but still have all the comforts of home. Instead of kids yelling outside, you can have the music of nature. Sounds like a good deal to me!

That’s why boondocking has become so popular among motor home owners. Boondocking means going out and camping in complete wilderness! You can drive your RV right out into the woods, mountains, or deserts (whichever you prefer) and stay there where your nearest neighbor is miles away. You can do this at most national parks, and there are also campgrounds and recreation areas designed specifically for this activity, where you can stay for as little as $ 3 a night or pay a small annual fee.

Is it leagal is always the first question that you might ask. The answer is yes or no, depending on where you decide to park your motor home. If you park where it’s not okay, well, that’s called “trespassing” I’m afraid and quite illegal.

Before you go on your trip, you should check to make sure that it’s okay to boondock where you’re headed. To give you an idea, there are yearly guides put out that you can pick up at bookstores and camping supply stores. You can also find up-to-date listings of areas online.

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has designated wild areas all over the country where boondocking is permitted. This includes most national parks. There is one restriction, however, that you can only stay for up to 2 weeks. After that time, you just have to move, and exactly how far is far enough is open to debate.

There are lots of places for boondocking in the desert southwest. This is an area with lots of wild, natural places for the most part untouched by tourists. Most of the best locations are in Arizona and southern California.

Recently, some places have been set aside as boondocking campgrounds. Usually they have a small fee, something like a couple of dollars a night, or you can get a 6-month permit and stay there anytime. They still have the 2 week rule, but you can always “move” somewhere else and more or less stay in the same area. The 6 month permits cost as much as $ 150 in some places, but it’s still cheaper than camping for that long, or paying rent.

There are now communities that meet at certain times of the year. These turn into big motor home festivals, with boondockers and RV drivers from all over the country getting together when it’s too cold to camp up north or back east.

At some of these communities, they have activities, grocery stores and other businesses that open during the busy season. A few of these places include Quartzite, Arizona and Slab City, California, which is a ghost town when the boondockers aren’t there.

But, wait a minute… I thought this was your chance to get away from it all? Well, that’s true too. The best thing about boondocking is that you can set up anywhere and just let life crawl by. Nowhere to be, nothing to do, and no neighbors to listen to.

Boondocking is flourishing in the unsettled parts of the country. It allows you to take your motor home and get away from the bustle of the city. At Bankston Motor Homes, you can select the motor home you want and get away. http://www.bankstonmotorhomes.com
Metal Detecting: A Beginner’s Guide: to Mastering the Greatest Hobby In the World

Metal Detecting: A Beginner’s Guide: to Mastering the Greatest Hobby In the World

Metal Detecting: A Beginner’s Guide: to Mastering the Greatest Hobby In the World

Metal Detecting: A Beginner's Guide: to Mastering the Greatest Hobby In the World

“Invaluable for the first timer! I wish I had this book when I was just starting the hobby of metal detecting!” – Josh in Florida “I have been metal detecting for over 5 years and this great metal detecting guide book taught me plenty of new tips and tricks.” – Mike in Texas “You can never learn too much about metal detecting. This book covers all the basics and some more advanced techniques too.” – Bill in California “The illustrations and pictures made it so much easier to unders

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How to Research for Treasure Hunting and Metal Detecting

How to Research for Treasure Hunting and Metal Detecting

Treasure hunting is all about research. Jars of gold coins are hard to find. Even harder if the treasure hunter doesn’t do proper research. Ever wanted to learn how to find virgin coinhunting spots? Or get leads on buried caches of coins? The research methods are presented herein, but only for those who want to learn the craft.
Within these pages you will find wisdom and knowledge of how to do proper research for treasure hunting and metal detecting. Written by a seasoned professional who

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