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    Jul 2006
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    little San Domingo gold

    did some dry washing out at little San Domingo before the rain hits today.
    ran 6, 5 gal buckets from the vac. not bad. i will have to come back to this spot
    when it drys out.
    the chunky one is only 1.5 grains, found it in my 1/8th classifier.
    7 grains total.
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    Aug 2015
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    Looking good, it’s always exciting to see the yellow, was it dry enough before the rain ? What Drywasher are you using?
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    Jul 2006
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    it was dry where i was working, but it was only 1 to 5 inches deep to bed rock in full sun.
    it did rain but it should dry out in 1 or 2 weeks.
    i have 2 older gold buddy dry washers, one small and large. used the small one.
    very little gold in overburden most all the gold was on/in bedrock in small vugs and cracks.
    homemade crack vacuum got most of the gold.
    next time i go out i think i will shovel off the overburden
    and only run the stuff from bedrock down.
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    That's so cool I've always wanted to pan for gold. Amazing job. Wowza keep them nuggets coming

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    Looks like a good little spot. Definitely shovel off the overburden and save yourself some time in that area. Keep and eye out for burrows out there
    Everyone Believes they have gold buried in the back yard... small wonder so few ever look for it.



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