My Metal Detecting Finds (27/02/2014 – 28/02/2014)
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I wanted to find another beach that might be similar in results to Rodiles’s Beach because this one already was recovering the lost sand and I was finding less things… And I tried in a beach placed to 40 minutes from my house: LA ISLA BEACH
The beach of La Isla (The Island) takes its name from an islet to the West of the beach to which it is joined at low tide via an isthmus – the islet is called El Peñón and it’s so big you cannot miss it. The eastern part of the beach is known as El Barrigón (the fat belly) and is sometimes considered a beach in itself, separate from La Isla. It’s a huge sandy beach, with lots of amenities and partially surrounded by a wooden promenade. It has showers, toilets, parking, lots of bars and restaurants nearby, lifeguard during high season and hostels. It’s an accessible beach for people with limited mobility and a good fishing and surfing spot.
And the beach that I chose was very good. I found few current coins (always it is good to drink coffees :))
The rest of coins more or less are normal enough.
The curious thing was the quantity of found coins… More than 100 coins at approximately 8 hours of search
As for jewels I found a ring of silver and a golden hanger, really in good condition both. You can see in the next photo
As I was saying to you two perfect days though it was raining very much also the coins were raining
Publicado el 28/02/2014 en Sin categoría y etiquetado en Alfonso XII, Asturias, EUROS, Finds, Gold, LA ISLA, Metal Detector, My finds Photos, PESETAS, Silver. Guarda el enlace permanente. Deja un comentario.