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    Hola amigo,

    Gosh if it were mine, I would keep some of the 2 mm size as they can be soldered onto jewelry for a 'nugget' design, as they do with gold nuggets to make nugget watch bands, rings etc. The 1mm size is really too small for this IMHO. Here is an explanation of how to do your own smelting, the example given is gold but will work for silver
    http://www.nuggethunters.org/Poormans-Smelting.html

    I hope this helps.
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    I'll say this again, if you will permit me. (copied from my post on another thread)

    Re: gold 1.15 grams per ton, platinum 1.28 gpt, palladium 1.80 gpt
    Reply To This Topic #13 Posted Dec 18, 2009, 08:15:45 PM

    Platinum is still more valuable than gold. By the way, isn't the blue from silver in the clay and the small silver bits with the black sand may be platinum bits and/or palladium not silver?? Man, I'm drooling, now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikepanner
    I'll say this again, if you will permit me. (copied from my post on another thread)

    Re: gold 1.15 grams per ton, platinum 1.28 gpt, palladium 1.80 gpt
    Reply To This Topic #13 Posted Dec 18, 2009, 08:15:45 PM

    Platinum is still more valuable than gold. By the way, isn't the blue from silver in the clay and the small silver bits with the black sand may be platinum bits and/or palladium not silver?? Man, I'm drooling, now!
    KEEP DRULING, the silver comes from a diferent mound of blue clay, it is about 2 miles from the platinum blue ground and has 640 grams of silver per tonne and 2.5 gpt of gold, never tested for platinum.. if i had more men i would put a crew diggin the platinum blue. this deposit is in a gully about 2 km long, massive deposuit.

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    It gets way better, you all are welcome to come for a visit.
    pm me for the name of the town.
    http://bluestoneclay.webs.com
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    This a finders keepers visit? =)
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    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm

    It gets way better, you all are welcome to come for a visit.
    pm me for the name of the town.
    http://bluestoneclay.webs.com
    Those guys talk about the healing properties of the clay, well its a known fact that silver is an antibacterial and a compound of silver is used in treating burn victims. Wikipedia even talks about this a little:
    Its compounds are used in photographic film and dilute silver nitrate solutions and other silver compounds are used as disinfectants and microbiocides. While many medical antimicrobial uses of silver have been supplanted by antibiotics, further research into clinical potential continues.
    However many of the other heavy metals are not quite so safe and I sure wouldn't think bathing in them would be a good idea.
    Sample till you find the hot spot, then mine it till its gone! Then start over...

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    Astro I got the truck if you got the gas? lol. I would love to see this place. And congratulations it's great to see an average Joe make it big and make all those who say we are crazy for doing what we do cry in there pillows!

  8. #83

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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha105
    This a finders keepers visit? =)
    If you are going to use it for your own ailments, Take a bag, but don't take a tonne.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Astrobouncer
    Quote Originally Posted by hmmm

    It gets way better, you all are welcome to come for a visit.
    pm me for the name of the town.
    http://bluestoneclay.webs.com
    Those guys talk about the healing properties of the clay, well its a known fact that silver is an antibacterial and a compound of silver is used in treating burn victims. Wikipedia even talks about this a little:
    Its compounds are used in photographic film and dilute silver nitrate solutions and other silver compounds are used as disinfectants and microbiocides. While many medical antimicrobial uses of silver have been supplanted by antibiotics, further research into clinical potential continues.
    However many of the other heavy metals are not quite so safe and I sure wouldn't think bathing in them would be a good idea.
    I totaly agree, I will test the clay before we processes it, then again after it is processed.
    its all about how mother nature let the clay settel, the heavy metals settel out and the farther from the source, the finer the clay. I think the creamy clay will turn out to be edibile , like the calcium bentinite clay. Now 5o feet away the clay is mixed with seaweed .
    thats what the puddle box is for, it settels out the heavies..
    We switched to a cement mixer to make the clay, a doh.

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    ok yesterday was a rush, i have a sore back so i took my boat to the creamy clay spot, by my self.
    i was wandering around, triming some salal and i heard somthing.
    i walked over to the creek about 50 feet from where i was cliping salal, i saw some tracks, looked like a very small bear. it walked over to my tracks, then it steped in my track and put out its claws. bear my ass, it was a young cougar, he was telling me who is the owner of this spot.
    i may have to take the traper modle 3030 with me next time and he is going to have to share.

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    Re: BLUE CLAY

    They make great rugs to wipe your feet on after a long day of prospecting.
    Those Who Say It Can't Be Done Shouldn't Interupt Those That Are Doing It.

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    hey hmmm did you get my pm?Here's some pics
    of the river!
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    I know that if you
    dig into that bank you
    will find blue clay!

  14. #89

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    just pmed you rush, went to get more clay today, what a rush, had a huge otter come say hi.
    very interisting, the blue layer has a red layer under it, cant wait to see whats on the bed rock. we are starting to sell soon. then i can buy a camera, shock proof of course.

  15. #90

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    DIG DIG DIG DIG hole's gitten bigger.
    Sailed home with a boat load today.

 

 
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