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|One Treasure Coast Beach This Morning.|
If you look in the distance in the above photo, one detectorists got caught on the TreasureGuide Cam.
|Detectorist At John Brooks Beach|
|Couple More Detectorists Out This Morning.|
The weather was warm this morning. It wasn't the kind of day I like. I prefer windy rainy days over sunny days. Summer is coming.
|Mar A Lago.|
Below is the new ballroom. Yesterday there was a University of Pittsburgh Alumni gathering there.
|Event in Mar A Lago Ballroom Yesterday.|
It is worth knowing where the old resorts were and where the popular resorts of today are. Events like this can bring in a lot of beach goers, and when conditions are right, some old stuff can still be found.
Some of my favorite beaches are old resort areas, others were new resorts. One that produced a lot of really good rings was a location where some the ESPN Sports TV shows were shot.
As you go over the bridge to Mar A Lago you'll see a couple of small beaches on the intercoastal that could possibly produce both old and new finds. Surprisingly there is free parking and easy access to those small beaches.
Not all old resorts are as apparent as this example. Some are no longer there. Some have been replaced by new buildings. You should know something about the history of the beaches you hunt.
And some of those little beaches tucked into nooks and crannies can be eroding while the main beaches build.
Concerning the "lead leads to gold" idea. James F. said, Yes, I have found that to be true...if you start finding lead sinkers you will usually find a class ring or two along the same lateral line as the sinkers. Seems they are very close in density.
Here is an off-topic story, but I thought it was just too good.
Concerning Treasure Coast beach conditions, expect more of the same for the next few days.