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Been detecting for a few years now. Don't get out as much as I like but this year will be different. Just waiting for the warmth now. Thanks for having me. 

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Welcome, msuwhat!  I think your nick already alienated half the members of your state (non-US readers, Michigan State University and University of Michigan are bitter rivals) but you knew that when you chose the nick.  😁  By 'northern' do you mean Upper Peninsula?  Gotta love that native copper.

Make the most of your short summer and post your finds here for all of us to admire.


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Welcome aboard! Best of luck!

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