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    The Anatomy Of A Parkway Strip

    Here is a link to a downloadable version of a sixteen page, illustrated article I wrote several years ago. This is in PDF format, and may be shared freely as long as the original content of the article is not changed. For those unfamiliar with "A Parkway Strip", it is the small area between the street curb, and the sidewalk. Often the world all around this little area changes dramatically, but this little area is left unchanged. I have found so much great treasure in these areas over the years I decided to write an article on this much overlooked hunting area. Good luck, and good hunting!

    http://kcofortc64.dlinkddns.com/TheA...rkwayStrip.pdf


    This article is also publishd on this site at the following URL...

    http://www.americandetectorist.com/parkway_01.shtml

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    A great article Jack . This should be required reading for all detectorists . Thanks for posting it . Are you getting out to detect much anymore ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cheap Thrills View Post
    A great article Jack . This should be required reading for all detectorists . Thanks for posting it . Are you getting out to detect much anymore ?
    Not much these days. We are snowed over here in Colorado now in my area, so it will be awhile before I get the chance again. Looking forward to a hunt over on the western slope of Colorado this Christmas if the weather holds out over there.
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    Good stuff Jack, thanks for sharing!
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    That was a fun read. Thanks for sharing it! I have done very well myself this year in these types of places!
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