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rockin and a rollin splishin and a splashin over

the horizon what can it be

the pilgrims sailed the sea to find a place to

call their own in their ship Mayflower in hope to

find a better home they finally knocked on plymouth rock and

someone said were there it may not look

at this point

I don't care

they planted corn you know they built

their houses one by one and bit by bit

they worked until the Colonies were done

I've got plenty to be thankful for...

Welcome to Thanks Digging special with

Girls Rock Metal Detecting. We're about to get

He would be proud of us today!

I've got plenty to be thankful for...

Hi everybody.

Welcome to Thanks Digging special with

amazing Thanksgiving. Take care!

Okay, considering tomorrow is Thaksgiving

before thanksgiving i have a really

that's pretty funny. Uh-yeah...

Happy Thanksgiving y'all that that's too funny!

I received a package on my front door.

I will give you one guess as to what it is.

Can you see who it's from? Garrett!

OK here it is, we're going to try to open this up.

Ah! What do we have here?

Cool! That's a cool hat!

I will give you one guess as to what it is.

because she doesn't like me out the woods

feeling like I'm not safe so thanks to my sister for that.

I actually got this in the mail the other day and

and I didn't open it because we lost a dear friend

of ours and I was gonna wait

oh my sister bought me some pepper spray

because she doesn't like me out the woods

today so every other dig is Steve's and

every other dig is mine because he had

challenged me to an AT-Pro duel

He had just gotten a new At-Pro, so today

today's the day we're going to go out

going to see who wins. Here we go

off to dig. Got a little bit of a drive ahead

every other dig is mine because he had

challenged me to an AT-Pro duel

and try not to miss Steve too much.

[music] I've got eyes to see with, ears to hear with

arms to hug with lips to kiss with

some one to adore. How could any body ask

for more?

My needs are small, buy 'um all 5 and 10 cent store.

Oh I've got plenty to be thankful for!

[music] I've got eyes to see with, ears to hear with

arms to hug with lips to kiss with

some one to adore. How could any body ask

for more?

My needs are small, buy 'um all 5 and 10 cent store.

its roots go back generations [hollering]

in Sampson County where they held the

annual national hollering contest these

days is a fundraiser for the local

used hollering as a form of day-to-day communication.

Alrigth right I've got the large coffee

just everyone that was working in this

morning but heading out to dig and I have

a little project that I'm gonna work on.

I have the answer to the missing pin pointer problem

This is the tether i purchased

it is going to be 71 degrees today and

sunny and it's a little cold out this

morning but heading out to dig and I have

because i don't want to go through that again.

I may make it back and find the old

pinpointer i don't know. In the mean time this

the other day going to put this on my

pinpointer and hopefully this will solve

the problem of losing my pinpointer

[Music] I would still be loving you. When mountains crumble to the sea

There will still be you and me.

Alright let's get diggin!

Digging this big field. Thrills in the Dig out there

seeing if he can find something.

It goes all the way all the way all the way

Together shall we shall blow until we die.

First hit first target really nice heavy brass buckle

Anybody know what these are?

It's an old chain. Rusty old chain. Two loops

maybe off of a horse's bridle

I don't really know.

that's World War 1 super cool and it's

It goes all the way all the way all the way

[Music] My love is strong with you there's no wrong.

on a chain or what that's my dig!

I guess Steve gets one now. Two in a row!

A bit rougher little bit smashed.

My dig: Old brass lid.

A buckle.

I'm guessing early nineteen hundreds.

I don't know if it's off an old curtain rod

where it would attach the wall or... I don't know.

Some sort of home decorative piece.

And an old makeup compact.

Don't know what would have been in it other than makeup

it's kind of neat.

It's an old triple A badge off a car. Lancaster Auto Club.

It's little bit thinner than the standard

And a target for Steve...

purposely designed...

Got an old spoon. Really old spoon.

Now this i really like it is an

old brass hinge. Off a piece of furniture

I don't know if it's off an old curtain rod

This is Steve's dig and one of your

favorite things Steve!

Civil War Civil artifact!

OK, an intricate leaf pattern at the top.

Just found silver! Today has been a little dry!

A mercury dime too so... Don't come across those often.

So I'm gonna take it! Love it really good nic too.

Ok i found my first official cache!

It looks to be an old tic-tac container

that has busted apart and so far I've got

a dime

It looks like two times in a penny.

I don't know what the years are on them yet

I'm gonna dig through here. They're modern.

I can see there's a memorial...

on the back of the Lincoln. But still...

Civil War Civil artifact!

OK, an intricate leaf pattern at the top.

Just found silver! Today has been a little dry!

A mercury dime too so... Don't come across those often.

So I'm gonna take it! Love it really good nic too.

Ok i found my first official cache!

It looks to be an old tic-tac container

that has busted apart and so far I've got

a dime

It looks like two times in a penny.

I don't know what the years are on them yet

I'm gonna dig through here. They're modern.

I can see there's a memorial...

on the back of the Lincoln. But still...

kinda cool

somebody buried their tic-tac container

with coins.

Let me look and see what i can find.

Here are the results of the tic tac coin spill.

Not bad.

Alrighty... I know you see it...

Three ringer!!!! Yeah it's nicked, sorry...

Awesome! Nice dropped one! Cool!

1919 wheat penny! In really good condition surprisingly.

This is right across the street from

where i found the seated dime

so yeah I'm gonna hit this hard!

This was one of the worst signals and I decided

to dig it anyway considering where I'm digging

About 8 to 10 inches down.

Awesome condition! My God! YES!

I've been working hard! This makes me happy! Yes!

Got a baby flat button. Cool.

Looks like there is writing on the back.

Shank still intact. Awesome!

Alright General just pulled something COOL!

check this out

Did a little research on it

And it looks like it is the head of sword.

I will put a picture in of what that is...

Oh! I thought you were doing something obnoxious! [Laughing]

I'll put a picture in of what it is.

Lay it flat in your hand.

Just like that it's from a pre-civil war sword

But we're in a civil war area so...

It's an officer sword so...

I gotta do a little more research but...

That is an amazing find. Awesome job congrats man!

All about the Fisher!

Got some Civil War lead I'm happy happy happy!

[music] Sweet kisses to you and everything you do. I know I'll never find, another one like you.

hey girls of rocks metal detecting fans

this is a key Aggie Hall from Columbus Ohio

Siren Kimmie asked me to do a small video

clip on a recent once-in-a-lifetime find

so here it is. I was at this property the

beginning of november the house was

built in the eighteen sixties i had

detected four-and-a-half hours

that day and the only thing of

significance up until this point was an

antique candle snuffer i was actually

headed home swing wildly when my AT-Pro

picked up a high tone I backed up swung

over it again and this is what i found

this is a 1794 large cent previously up

until this point I had dug in 1834 large cent

and this is significant because

given its conditionof being in the

ground so long and as well the age

George Washington was still in

office again people have told me this is

a once-in-a-lifetime fine and i hope you enjoyed it!

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