This last weekend I took a trip back to another place in time. I metal-detected the beaches of the Cedar Key out Islands hoping to find some coins or perhaps a piece of jewelry or two. Those beaches are popular places for sun worshippers and picnickers. They lose coins and jewelry just like on other beaches.
As usual I found some coins. I even managed to find a little silver earring. The coins like on most beaches were so crusty you could hardly tell what they were. The salt and sand encrusted them with a layer of what looked and felt like sandpaper.
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