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  1. #16
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    I believe they moved to washington or oregon last time I read.

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    Thanks dpdkld, I don't get the GPAA magazine anymore. If there were any placers NW of Silver City I bet she knew
    about it. She had some prospectors she travelled with. I think one was her uncle.

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    I would suspect as they humped it the true way and saw more that 95 percent do. However Pinos Altos was a major placer producer just NW of SS and have been there. ATV'd waaay back in there and did find some decent gold. I would bet there are some more outcropps of that particular mineral vein around as many go for miles but there outcrops (major) are the ones developed. It wouldn't surprize me a bit if the LAD was on one of these smaller (but very rich) ones somewhere tucked away in a canyon. One day I will make it back down there from here in the midwest and put some seriouse time in. Just to note pulled 4 grams out of the area in an hour and a half and left mucho more...just having too much fun on the 4 wheeler!!

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    dpdkid, thanks for the info. Apacheria territory no doubt as were the Bradshaws/Weavers. This isolated place could be it I guess.
    I value scalp too highly to trespass.

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    I guess bald headed men do not have to worry about indianes scalping their hair. Take care my friend.l

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    Where is Jill

    Quote Originally Posted by lastleg View Post
    Sam, I once followed a blue light and it got me nowhere.

    Does anyone know who Jacka$$ Jill is? The area described is her stomping grounds or was. She wrote for the GPAA mag.
    She and her jacks covered a lot of ground from Silver City to the Muggies.
    Maybe she have a jet plane.

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    Check No hair

    Quote Originally Posted by lastleg View Post
    dpdkid, thanks for the info. Apacheria territory no doubt as were the Bradshaws/Weavers. This isolated place could be it I guess.
    I value scalp too highly to trespass.
    Bald headed men have nothing to worry about from the Apaches. Good luck my friend.

 

 
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