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  1. #16
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    Dec 2004
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm
    Thanks for the the info guys, its no wounder why the loggers buried the blue cley on me years ago, greed, they wanted it all for them selves.
    or want you tresspassing
    All animals are equal, but some are more equal then others. -George Orwell

  2. #17

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by Smoked Bacon Sweater Vest Elf
    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm
    Thanks for the the info guys, its no wounder why the loggers buried the blue cley on me years ago, greed, they wanted it all for them selves.
    or want you tresspassing
    I wantent trespassing, i held title and do still do.

  3. #18
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoked Bacon Sweater Vest Elf
    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm
    Thanks for the the info guys, its no wounder why the loggers buried the blue cley on me years ago, greed, they wanted it all for them selves.
    or want you tresspassing
    I wantent trespassing, i held title and do still do.
    geological surveys of your area are available from the state/provincial authorities
    do the detective work or are the geological authorities out to cover up the something also
    All animals are equal, but some are more equal then others. -George Orwell

  4. #19
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    monty

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    I was deer hunting over in Arkansas last year and I noticed that the tires on my 4X4 were covered with blue clay after a short trail ride . My brother-in-law says the clay turns blue when moisture is present and it is exposed to the rubber in a tire. I can only wonder at what is causing this? Not trying to hijack your post, just similar circumstances. Monty
    Don't make me loose the hounds! If you dig, Cover up your holes.

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by Smoked Bacon Sweater Vest Elf
    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm
    Quote Originally Posted by Smoked Bacon Sweater Vest Elf
    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm
    Thanks for the the info guys, its no wounder why the loggers buried the blue cley on me years ago, greed, they wanted it all for them selves.
    or want you tresspassing
    I wantent trespassing, i held title and do still do.
    geological surveys of your area are available from the state/provincial authorities
    do the detective work or are the geological authorities out to cover up the something also
    there was a geologist who did a test on some blue cley localy, ill try get the results. AND YES, THE GOVERMENT WORKS DIRECTLY WITH THE BIG COMPANYS.

  6. #21
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    Nemo me impune lacesset

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Just a note here but blue clay can also be an indicator of good SILVER values - the biggest silver strike in the USA was due to blue clay, the Comstock Lode. Gold prospectors were panning gold and had lots of trouble with a sticky blue clay, someone took a bit of the clay to have it fire assayed, and the rest is history. I would send off a four ounce sample of that blue clay to have it fire assayed, you never know what will turn up!

    "In the fall of 1859, two prospectors searching for gold uncovered the first significant deposits of silver. Peter O'Riley and Pat McLaughlin were more annoyed with it than pleased, for it was in the form of heavy blue clay, which made getting the gold separated very difficult. Some of the heavy blue stuff was still clinging to the gold that they sent to be assayed and an alert assayer in Grass Valley, California realized this was an extremely rich silver find in an unfamiliar form."
    <from http://www.visitreno.com/vcity/history.php>

    I hope you will keep us posted, and keep one eye peeled for shiny pebbles around that clay, they just might be diamonds!

    (Raw diamonds)
    Oroblanco
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  7. #22

    May 2005
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    hmmm, you may want to get the book called,"lost river of gold" it is for sale at several places but i bought mine from in the Keene mining catalog. itis real reasonablely priced. it has maps and all. this river came upfrom S.America along the Cal. line and up to Canada/Alaska. you could have found another section of it. i think it would be worth the cost getting this publication, if not for its content, maybe just for the good read it has!

  8. #23

    Apr 2008
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Damn that would be something if it were part of that river holy smokes.!

  9. #24
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    lets liqudate the "islsmic state"and free the Islamic religion from these hijackers!

    Jul 2004
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    in california in the 1849er era - it was called " the great blue lead (leed)"
    it led the 49ers to tons of gold in ancient river beds all over northern california.
    if it got in the sluice box, ANY clay was called "gold robber clay"

    I found my biggest nugget in 30 years of panning on top of a clay layer,
    it weighed 58pwt, or 2.5 ounces! Nice chunk of high grade quartz and gold!

    auferiously
    rangler
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  10. #25

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    ANY ONE WANT TO HELP ME DIG OUT THIS OLD MINE?
    BLUE LEAD
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  11. #26

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Quote Originally Posted by Oroblanco
    Just a note here but blue clay can also be an indicator of good SILVER values - the biggest silver strike in the USA was due to blue clay, the Comstock Lode. Gold prospectors were panning gold and had lots of trouble with a sticky blue clay, someone took a bit of the clay to have it fire assayed, and the rest is history. I would send off a four ounce sample of that blue clay to have it fire assayed, you never know what will turn up!

    "In the fall of 1859, two prospectors searching for gold uncovered the first significant deposits of silver. Peter O'Riley and Pat McLaughlin were more annoyed with it than pleased, for it was in the form of heavy blue clay, which made getting the gold separated very difficult. Some of the heavy blue stuff was still clinging to the gold that they sent to be assayed and an alert assayer in Grass Valley, California realized this was an extremely rich silver find in an unfamiliar form."
    <from http://www.visitreno.com/vcity/history.php>

    I hope you will keep us posted, and keep one eye peeled for shiny pebbles around that clay, they just might be diamonds!

    (Raw diamonds)
    Oroblanco
    you where right, silver. the assay turned up, 26 ounces of silver per ton with 2.18 g/tonne of gold.
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  12. #27
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    Nemo me impune lacesset

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    WOW congrats amigo - silver has been running over $17 an ounce! YOU have a bona fide BONANZA buddy! Your clay is worth over $400 per ton!
    your friend in 'Dakota Territory'
    Oroblanco
    SUPPORT THE BEEF INDUSTRY - EAT BEEF
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  13. #28
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    You best get to digging there man!
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    Sample till you find the hot spot, then mine it till its gone! Then start over...

  14. #29
    us
    "The difference between genius and stupidity is genius has its limits."~Albert Einstein

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    I hope that clay deposit holds out for you and is not a small pocket.
    "Dobie created the HUNGER............Von Mueller said, EAT". comment by HELM Associates on the dedication page of their book, Treaasure Lead Generation.

  15. #30
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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    Nice one hmmmmmmm
    Who needs Cartwheel Pennies anyway?

 

 
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