A while back Carrie and I were in a town on the Sunshine Coast here in BC Canada called Sechelt. Sechelt is a town full of history as for the longest time it was a resort town for the people of Vancouver BC. They would arrive here by the Union Steam Ships at the dock. Here we found this 1930 compact made by Richard HudnutRead More
We often find barely recognizable relics when metal detecting. It is important “if you like relics that is” to bring all this rusty gold home with you. The reason for this is that you never know what you might find underneath all that rust.
Take for instance our latest hunt. I found this padlock that was really encrusted in rust. But the shape of the relic and the location I found it in told me that it probably had some age to it.Read More