20 November 2014

Metal Detecting Post #119 - A Bunch Of Bullets

Join me on another relic hunting adventure as we recover Civil War bullets and artillery shell fragments from a historic site (on private property) in the legendary Shenandoah Valley of Old Virginia!



And I'll be out on another invitational Civil War relic hunt for the next couple of days. Hopefully, I'll have some history to share once I return.

6 comments:

Chris Johnson said...

Great hunt Richard...

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Thanks Chris - it was a blast.

RightsideVA said...

Pretty work Richard,
Love this time of year for foilage is down and see so much more on the mountains. Found some foundations off the AT near Pocosin that look like possible bottle dump in the area. Headed up North for some Scuba diving for bottles next month and hope for good finds. Have a great Holiday season.....

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Thanks Steve - a very Happy Thanksgiving and a Merry Christmas to you and yours.

E.J. DAgrosa said...

Did you recently get a better camera? The video seems to be of a higher quality than your previous ones. Not that they were bad though. Also the intro. and sound effects, etc. are really nice touch. You should be on your local PBS station, or something.

Seems you had some pretty good finds.

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Hi E.J. No, same camera I've used for several years - a $100 Flip. But I started saving/processing the videos in HD instead of standard resolution. Takes a lot longer.

Thanks for the compliment!