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Today i went to meet one of my mate on the river found 50 of those i didn't know when to stop  :)

 

 

 

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8 hours ago, Rivers rat said:

Today i went to meet one of my mate on the river found 50 of those i didn't know when to stop  :)

 

 

 

RR

Wow, probably need a pretty big pouch and they must be heavy, wouldn't want to hunt to near the waters edge with a few kilos of old bronze spikes tied to my belt😳. 

Rat that must have been a blast hunting in an old site like that, I'm envious... lucky river rat👍🏻

I don't use the emote buttons that much, never used the thumbs up ever... had to stop and pick the color skin I wanted, hmmm if I pick the wrong one is that a problem, or have some message I'm not aware of? Must be important because there was a third button checking to be sure it was my correct choice. OF COURSE NOT, I wanted the color GOLD! Great job rat on finding all the cool stuff.

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Long story short i went to meet a mate on the river because he was the only one i knew with a tesoro coil available to test my silver sabre 2(faulty).......so i dressed up for larking but no machine or gloves ........and i crossed the city on the motorbike it was cold and the jacket was just enough once i reached Rotherhithe,i spotted my mate jumped over the fences and went down the foreshore by the ladder.........i thought i found a MG42 as it really looked like the remains of that machine gun but it say it was a piece of machinery if i was on a WW2 battlefield i will have been over the moon......anyway i put them in the back pocket of my levis and the ride home was funny

My sat nav wasn't working so i had to use my phone and keep my hand without glove........so kind of torture in the name of mudlarking....................

 

 

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