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Any more to the "story"? :biggrin: Don't give too much away.......:rolleyes:

Good luck out there

JW :smile:

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Now that is a fine video there my friends.  Not only did Tom do a fantastic job of showing the detector, he actually took the time to  explain each button very well.  Hats off to you Tom Boykin and thanks for sharing John.

Heck,  I learned so much I'm heading out to find some gold.

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Great to see some of your Success Digger Bob with the new 24K.  But more important than that..is you on social media sharing your knowledge.  Great to see you and the finds.  

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Sorry for my late reply but i am in hospital at the moment. Hopefully they have fixed me up enough so i can swing a coil or two.

John

 

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Hi there John (good name you have there:biggrin:) Sorry to hear of the hospital bit. :unsure: Hope all is/goes well & you get back out there doing what you :wub:.

Best of luck.

JW :smile:

PS. Just noticed out number of posts. You better get cracking, you have three more to catch up with me. :laugh:  

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Yeah JW I have had a tough week. Its going to take 2 or 3 months to get back on my feet again. I feel like they kicked the stuffing out of me.

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47 minutes ago, auminesweeper said:

Yeah JW I have had a tough week. Its going to take 2 or 3 months to get back on my feet again. I feel like they kicked the stuffing out of me.

I wish you the best John! Sorry to hear about your hospitalization.  

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4 minutes ago, phrunt said:

I wish you the best John! Sorry to hear about your hospitalization.  

Thanks mate. I hurt in places i hever Knew i had.

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