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Author Topic: Beach detecting Bray, Ireland  (Read 783 times)
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« on: May 17, 2012, 08:57:17 PM »

If you're heading to Ireland this summer for a holiday, take your beach detector. Have just returned from Bray which is about 20 miles south of Dublin. It has a long history as a holiday resort, the place to go for Dubliners. Quite gentile in Victorian times and early 20th century. The beach has been really torn up by the recent rough weather and is in terrific detecting condition. I know Ireland is anti detecting but you're OK on the beaches. Unfortunately I didn't have detector with me, spent the time kicking up stones and hoping something would be revealed. AAAAAH !
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