This Treasure Tuesday takes place at my great aunt’s house. 🙂
The first discovery was that the roses were blooming. 😊
Aren’t they lovely? 💖
I couldn’t get enough of them.
This was with the flash to really bring them out.
And the grass was pretty too.
I really liked the clovers.
Haha, I probably took too many of those. 😅 These were the best shots.
It was a beautiful day! This is a shot of the area I was metal detecting in:
After taking photos, I pulled out the metal detector. 😀
We also found what we think are wild onions. I wanted to start a batch of them here, so I pulled some up. (I didn’t find the spark plug or the rachet – those are there because we kept having spark plug issues in the lawn mower.) But anyway, the finds!
My first key! 😀 Coins! I knew it might be a great hunt when the first thing I dug was a dime. 1965. One year off from being a silver coin! One of the pennies was 1959 – one year off from being a wheat cent.
Also pull tabs. And tin foil. I am really starting to detest that stuff. But that’s how it goes. 🤷🏻♀️
Some sort of blade. (Now I understand why people wear gloves while metal detecting – it’s not just to keep the hands from getting dirty it’s to protect from finding something sharp! 😮) Some sort of overall clip thing? It looks like it might slip over a button? Some sort of aluminum pieces. And a rusty nail. 🤣
A rock. (It was huge so I kept it. 😆) And my first buckle! It was the last find of the day. I’m so happy about this one. 😀 I think it may be a shoe buckle?
Overall, it was a good hunt. 😊