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Good job with the cleanup, Glad you still got some detecting in. Unfortunately bad behavior is on the rise.

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    Wow, you definitely saved a few people a trip to the ER! Great job! May the good deed be rewarded with gold!👍👍

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I doubt anyone would have done the level you did.  Sick, Sick, Sick.  GaryC/Oregon Coast

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You can see the early morning shadows are longggggggg.

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People like you make this world a better place, thank you for keeping people safe.

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Well done Mitchel! Thanks for doing that- you probably saved someone some real grief!

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Great job on the clean up! As others have said you probably saved someone from getting stitches. Good karma coming your way, may your scoop be filled with Gold on your next outing.

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Mike

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Well done, Mitchel.  This is an example where good publicity for metal detectorsts (one in particular) would have helped our hobby.  A lot of us clean up the trash others have left.  Just a few irresponsible pigs (actually that's an insult to pigs) make it worse for everyone, including masses of beach users.

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