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Below the pier at Saltburn-by-the-Sea, October 2021

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 5 December 2021

Posted as part of  One Word Sunday

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        • Fossicking is a family trait 🙂 Amazed that you had to look it up. First time I went fossicking I was about 12 or so. Mates parents took us to an old gold mining town called Hill End. There were were shown how to fossick among the miners spoil so see if we could find anything leftover (or planted by the guide) Also did a bit of panning as well for alluvial gold. I managed to get a few flakes of gold…..from the souvenir shop 🙂

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