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The Anticipation is Killing Me… Hmm, well not really…. Detectival is this coming weekend and we should be seeing and hearing about the Minelab Vanquish and the Notka Simplex+. There’s also the possibility that an American company will surprise with a new machine though that’s just a hunch of mine. And of course I’m […]
Pretty sure Dawn Chipchase doesn’t need an introduction. After just five years of digging she’s a YouTube favorite, a Garrett gal and a very successful detectorist. Dawn thanks for taking the time to share your story!
A post on the AMDRH forum by a detectorist called ‘Goodbeard’ alerted me to a digitised newspaper by TROVE, produced by the National Library of Australia; and what a wonderful Australian resource it is. TROVE is many things and its growing repository of full text images from books, maps, music, historic newspapers and more!