A dangerous permission

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Re: A dangerous permission

Post by knotalot » Sat Nov 04, 2017 11:32 pm

Dont be a chicken go for it :)) :))
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Re: A dangerous permission

Post by Easylife » Sun Nov 05, 2017 12:31 am

A reply invite like that would certainly make me keen to meet the farmer, he obviously has a good sense of humour. Meet the farmer, break the ice, and you have pretty much cracked it.
I am not too bothered about finding military stuff either, but my last dig was coincidentally just off a WWII airfield, parked on the former runway in fact, only a few buttons and bullets, but then a 1st century Roman fibula popped out! Of course there will still be older finds there - the farmer probably had a quick wander about and got bored. Any live ammo dug is probably best just reburied, to save the hassle of proper authoritative procedure. :D
Oh! "Mr Bishop" and "Tinned meat" above =)) =)) =))
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