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    Cpt. Herb Bussell

    Dec 2012
    29 palms Calif
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    gem pockets

    heres some pics for you Mr Lee of gemmy stuff weve found.

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  3. #2
    us
    Apr 2013
    Grant, Michigan
    None yet - Just getting started with panning
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    Very pretty!
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    Mar 2012
    Costa Mesa
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    Herb,

    Thank you for posting this. I asked you because I had just finished watching the first episode of Prospectors on the Weather Channel. Did you find those in pockets or rocks? I know it's not gold, but it's definitely hard rock related.

    Can you name the gems? Other than the amethyst. Were you able to sell them? I sold a boat load of Pink Halite at a garage sale earlier this year.

    Hopefully I'll have some to post soon!

  5. #4
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    Master of MeteorWRONG

    Dec 2012
    Albuquerque
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    very naice! I've only found gems in Red River NM, altho they exist all over in nm Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	784704 these are garnet crosses from Pilar NM, and I find gypsum crystals all over... but small stuffs alot...
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    Jan 2012
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    i also watched the Prospectors show in WC interesting stuff and not sure thats mining that i could or would do, to high and to dangerous
    "COME GET ME COPERS"

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  7. #6
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    Cpt. Herb Bussell

    Dec 2012
    29 palms Calif
    fisher gold bug
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrLee View Post
    Herb,

    Thank you for posting this. I asked you because I had just finished watching the first episode of Prospectors on the Weather Channel. Did you find those in pockets or rocks? I know it's not gold, but it's definitely hard rock related.

    Can you name the gems? Other than the amethyst. Were you able to sell them? I sold a boat load of Pink Halite at a garage sale earlier this year.


    Hopefully I'll have some to post soon!
    the crystal clusters are from the same pocket zone the color just graded out to white, white one i call Kingston snoflake.
    and the geode is amythyst all found in the mojave.

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    Jan 2009
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    Nice stuff Gold Tramp. I agree interesting and looks very fun. Beautiful stuff you have found thanks for sharing it
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  9. #8
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    Cpt. Herb Bussell

    Dec 2012
    29 palms Calif
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tnmountains View Post
    Nice stuff Gold Tramp. I agree interesting and looks very fun. Beautiful stuff you have found thanks for sharing it
    they would look much nicer in some one elses hands, if i could just sell the stuff.
    thanks they are realy nice pieces the realy dark stuff i was digging the pocket i spyed a couple hikers across the valley i gave them the invite to come up and dig with us they left with some very nice dark
    amythyst from kingston mnts.
    Thanks again

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