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  1. #1

    Mar 2012
    Beaumont,ca
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    Hwy 38 near Forest Falls

    I take Hwy38 up to Big Bear all the time and I was wondering if anyone knows if there is gold in the canyon near Forest Falls?

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    us
    Sep 2011
    New Hampshire
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    That is a great question, I spent every summer in Forest Falls at my parents cabin and did some serious swimming in that canyon, saws lots of pyrite but did not occur to me at that time to be looking for gold. I had family in Beaumont for many years but they have moved to AZ and Palm Desert.
    Matt...aka...Lucky!

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    Mar 2011
    Hemet, California
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    I know there's plenty of god mines in Big Bear, so why not give it a shot? You might find something.

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    Oct 2016
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    Quote Originally Posted by treasurechest View Post
    I know there's plenty of god mines in Big Bear, so why not give it a shot? You might find something.
    I've been going up to mill creek for 3 weeks now on Wednesday and/or Thursday.
    I'm easy to spot,white van only sluice box on the creek.
    There is gold there but I'm unable to process enough dirt .
    I keep getting side tracked with sharing my lunch with the birds or "look at that butterfly"or I start flying my kites.
    I'm going up there by my self and I'll be up there off hiway 38 on the first part of the creek west of forest falls east of the the ranger station right side of the road.right were the road starts to incline,me white chevy 3500 van.
    I'm getting color in my mats but just not moveing enough dirt,it gets hard for me to focus when I'm alone

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    us
    Mar 2017
    Southern California, outside of San Diego
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    ....Forrest Falls is Glacier fed . Note the blue water and on some maps , "glacier" is noted. Apparently a earth fall covered it centuries ago.
    Mark.
    "GIVE ME ANALOG , OR GIVE ME DEATH"

    ... Walks on flaming Pop tarts ...

  6. #6
    us
    Mar 2011
    Hemet, California
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    I live near forest falls now. Do you still go out there?

 

 

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