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    Quote Originally Posted by PotBelly Jim View Post
    Regarding treasure in Apache Junction, I finally got around to watching one of the "Lost Gold" shows that the Feldman brothers have going on the Travel Channel. I usually can't stand treasure shows because of all the fake drama, fighting, and general BS that someone in the TV industry thinks people want to watch. Maybe younger folks like that stuff, but I have no time for it.

    I was pleasantly surprised by this new show. No fighting, no drama, just two laid-back AZ brothers doing normal treasure hunter stuff. So yes, I think there's treasure in AJ, in these two young men who have obviously been raised properly and have finally put on a treasure show that's actually watchable. Kinda proud of 'em.
    i have been watching them also...i'm with you jim..very pleasant to watch...i'm friends with both the feldman boys and they get along just as well in real life as they do on the show...their show is definitely a refreshing break from other reality shows
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Of course you don't understand, That's the point your a placer miner. A Tin Pan!
    Heres one alittle more Goldie for you. One that might play into the Matchbox not to far from the other Mine but can't be seen from the other. A clue that Waltz used.

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    Oh, stop it Mick. Everyone knows Dave's not just a "placer miner". For cryin' out loud. Didn't you say the matchbox was fake because it wasn't "Rose Quartz"? That microscope picture you just posted doesn't look too "rosy" to me. Maybe you can send me some of those gems, I ran out of beads for my "Bedazzler".

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Of course you don't understand, That's the point your a placer miner. A Tin Pan!
    Heres one alittle more Goldie for you. One that might play into the Matchbox not to far from the other Mine but can't be seen from the other. A clue that Waltz used.

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    mick...i understand more about hardrock mining than you will ever learn watching youtube..you should have paid more attention in school because your grammar makes it hard to decipher your writing..maybe slow down on the beers?...also the sample you just posted looks to be pyrite...note the square and angular pyrite crystals

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    Told ya!

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    Don't let Dave see that, it'll drive him bonkers. How dare one piece has all that different gold tones.
    Nice piece Carrol. Looks to be, I'd say from the Northwest of the range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Don't let Dave see that, it'll drive him bonkers. How dare one piece has all that different gold tones.
    Nice piece Carrol. Looks to be, I'd say from the Northwest of the range.

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    Dave, that one piece has a lot of copper in the gold.
    You just said that, didn't you Professor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Dave, that one piece has a lot of copper in the gold.
    You just said that, didn't you Professor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PotBelly Jim View Post
    Oh, stop it Mick. Everyone knows Dave's not just a "placer miner". For cryin' out loud. Didn't you say the matchbox was fake because it wasn't "Rose Quartz"? That microscope picture you just posted doesn't look too "rosy" to me. Maybe you can send me some of those gems, I ran out of beads for my "Bedazzler".
    Potbelly, How could you.

    You know Dave and I, has a lot of experience in hard rock mining and placer. So why didn't he call it for what the gold in the pic is. Crystalline Gold in Quarts. Follows the same structure as any crystalline metals. That just shows you the Professor is deceptive in his opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wrmickel1 View Post
    Potbelly, How could you.

    You know Dave and I, has a lot of experience in hard rock mining and placer. So why didn't he call it for what the gold in the pic is. Crystalline Gold in Quarts. Follows the same structure as any crystalline metals. That just shows you the Professor is deceptive in his opinion.

    Wrmickel1
    mick...everything that glitters is not gold...usually its chalcopyrite...your first lesson from the professor
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    a pick of real gold on copper ore from arizona...blow the pic up to see the gold
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    copper ore with gold from mammoth mine...goldfield az
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    gold in quartz made into a pendant...superior az..one i had let ryan photograph and use in one of his videos
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    Post pic's of gold found in the supers is the Topic, Other regions have no baring on gold from the supers.
    Nice pic though

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