At least it was warm

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Dave The Slave
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Second trip out this week, due to a couple of days off.
Heavy frost but the sun came out on the 2nd field, i had not been on since September. South facing and the sun was strong.
Not much in the way of finds.
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Frost was still coating the grass white, near the hedge when we left.
Cheers, :thumbsup:
Dave.
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Its good to show bags of finds like this, its not everytime we find gold and silver in our fields
Fresh air and away from the grind of life is finds enough :ugeek: :thumbsup:
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Dave The Slave wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 1:53 pm
Not much in the way of finds.
The Hoxne Hoard: How a Mislaid Hammer Led to the Largest Roman Treasure in Britain :shock:
Your half way there
:lol: Good Luck :lol:
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When I went out on Wednesday I went fully wrapped up and toasty. An hour in and I had to remove two layers before replacing them again as it got towards dusk. That sun is warm but as soon as you get in the shade it’s freezing :D

Glad you had a nice day out :thumbsup:
chill…karma will fix it

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Oxgirl wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:36 pm When I went out on Wednesday I went fully wrapped up and toasty. An hour in and I had to remove two layers before replacing them again as it got towards dusk. That sun is warm but as soon as you get in the shade it’s freezing :D

Glad you had a nice day out :thumbsup:
Two layers removed :o how many layers did you have ? or were you down to bra and knickers :lol:
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JohnDeus wrote: Fri Jan 14, 2022 4:47 pm Two layers removed :o how many layers did you have ? or were you down to bra and knickers :lol:
;) :shh: :lol:
chill…karma will fix it

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"At least it was warm" :shock: :shock: :shock: Where were you?

I had a short session late yesterday afternoon, and as I arrived and got out of the car the farmer shouted across to say "You are brave in this weather, it is the coldest day of the winter".

I soon agreed with him!.

Where the sun had not reached there was still a good covering of frost. Additionally all the puddles still had ice on them from where it had not melted from Thursday night.

My finds were the same standard as Dave's but if I had posted them the title would have been "And it was Freezing!".

Evan
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