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    Quote Originally Posted by HeavyMetalThunder View Post
    I would be most curious as to what's in those pieces of culvert!
    It has crossed my mind once or twice. Ive have already 'ice squirelled' a large hunk of impressive ore out of the log jam. The log jam is very unstable and with my tendancy to get injured doing 'extreme' things I have avoided climbing back down there as of yet. I would hate to remove the one sparkly rock that is holding the whole pile up, lol.

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    If unfamiliar with the ice squirell and his nut collecting check out the animated movie iceage.
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    I'd apply for the part of the reliable and in shape young man but I'll be leaving the country soon . The squirrels name is scrat, some of those cartoons are hilarious, good thing your analogy wasn't complete and didn't involve the entire logjam coming down on you like I'm sure would happen with scrat *knock on wood*.

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    Ragnor,
    Steep loose terrain is tough and dangerous to work and I'm sure you've noted that slipping and falling is a constant variable on such ground. I've stepped onto a few similar spots in my time so far and they are "tricky". Lanny also talks about such tricky ground and has had his share of mis-steps on it. Still, the area looks super neat to play in!! Do it safely...................63bkpkr
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    Out searching w/GMT & friend under my arm

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    Me, being a lazy miner, I like the lazy gold theory. I always seek out the easy gold first!

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    Find out where heavy stuff dropped out, typically when the flow slowed down for any reason. Check those spots -- they may be up high, they might be right in the middle. This is where prospecting begins! Good luck -- I'm sure you will find some great pockets.
    Money may not grow on trees, but it's often found under them!

 

 
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