…METAL DETECTING RESOURCES…
Garrett Metal Detectors – I am sponsored by Garrett Metal Detectors, so all my gear–except for the Hello Kitty toothbrush–comes from Garrett Metal Detectors.
American Digger Magazine – I’m also a columnist at American Digger Magazine–the greatest treasure hunting publication of all time.
Metal Detecting Guide – All your metal detecting questions are answered in this in-depth guide. Whether you’re a beginner or a novice, you can take something away.
Predator Tools – Predator Tools™ – Designer of the Highest Quality Digging Tools For Metal Detecting, Landscape, Nursery, Gardening, Prospecting, Archaeology, Police, Fire, Search, Rescue, Military, Reforestation, and Forensic Specialist.
Lost & Found – TheRingFinders.com is a database of metal detecting hobbyists willing to lend a helping hand when you’ve lost something metal.
…FINDING HISTORY IN SOUTH CENTRAL PA…
National Apple Museum – Opened in 1990, the museum is housed in a restored pre-Civil War bank barn and is owned and operated by the Biglerville Historical and Preservation Society.
Explore PA History – An online guide to PA history.
Cumberland County Historical Society – The Cumberland County Historical Society, founded in 1874, is dedicated to collect, preserve, interpret and promote the rich history of Cumberland County, PA.
Adams County Historical Society – The Adams County Historical Society has often been referred to affectionately as the “county’s attic”—an archive and museum preserving the rich cultural heritage of Adams County, Pennsylvania.
The Round Barn – Only a handful of round barns survive today, and so few remain that they are considered “an endangered species” and are registered with the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Jocelyn Elizabeth on Facebook – For all my latest posts, follow me on facebook.
Relic Recoverist on Facebook – The official Relic Recoverist page includes breaking articles on discoveries around the globe, published blog posts, and photos from Here-and-There, PA.
Relic Hunting the USA – One of the fastest growing metal detecting groups on Facebook–a place to share your finds, frustrations, and recommendations.
Historic Aerials – An interactive mapping website that provides both topography maps and aerials dating back to the early 1900s.
…BLOGS TO READ…
Stout Standards – I’ve heard some refer to Dick Stout as a legend, though he will modestly contest the title. He writes a blog about Metal Detecting. (And unlike me, he’s actively posting content.)
Civil War Blog – Scott Mingus Sr. is a local Civil War expert who has written several books. He writes a blog for a local newspaper.
SmarterHobby: Metal Detecting – Mark’s blog will teach you everything you need to know about metal detecting.