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  1. #16

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    ,M.X.T.& Tesoro Tejon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullpan View Post
    So far i'm rating 419's kids no. 1, - Kuger's included crystal no. 2, and 63's hatful of blackberrys no.3 - keep it up!
    I would put that hat o berries in front of my rock.....took the kid yesterday to pick some and was a little late!!!No berry cobbler for me!!
    M.X.T , Tesoro Tejon



    "A pen in the hand of this president is far more dangerous than a gun in the hands of 200 million law-abiding citizens."

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    Thanks fullpan 3rd to those first two is still way high up the list. Kids out there with you are really something to enjoy as the memories last for a lifetime! The Crystal Gold, that is pretty!!....63bkpkr
    Out searching w/GMT & friend under my arm

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ID:	666278 ist pic - That's me in the beginning(mid 1980's) with a homemade screen classifier
    on a BIG dry gravel bar on South Yuba River. I had a daily goal of 20 buckets of screened material. 2nd pic - one of many weekly receipts i accumulated
    over a two year period while living on the river.

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    Two of my best pictures.
    #1 is my fine Washington gold

    #2 having my Son find a little color. Priceless
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  5. #20
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    I'm a beach detecting guy but just wanted to say I enjoyed all the pics of your guy's hard work. Sounds fun, Very Cool!

  6. #21
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    Fullpan,
    I take my hat off to you worthy sir! Whew, that is a pile of work you have going there but as you've also shown you made it pay some for all that work.

    Thanks for the share!!.........63bkpkr
    Out searching w/GMT & friend under my arm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakview2 View Post
    To heck with all these feel bad threads. Show the board, you gold, silver, artifacts, cool rocks ect..... or just your latest... This is our latest find from a tailings pile in the motherload, 1/2 gram in quartz...
    That be a nice piece Oakview . Me like .
    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein




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    Quote Originally Posted by Fullpan View Post
    Attachment 665986Attachment 665988First pic, 13.5 ounce quartz cobble, about 7/8th size baseball, specific gravity test
    shows about 3.25 ounces gold - found in loose overburden 2 feet down from surface while dredging with Keene 4 inch. Spotted it before it entered suction nozzle, or it would probably rolled right on through due to amount of quartz. Second pic - after spotting a 2 dwt "baker" lodged in a large vertical pressure
    crevice, we spent a month trying to reach bedrock. Water was 2 feet deep, then 8 feet of large loose cobbles and boulders up to a thousand lbs. When
    we finally hit bedrock there was the gold, laying in a little trough parallel with the current. it took about 3 days to advance a foot on bedrock due to big and unstable boulders trying to slide into the hole. The gold ran out in ten feet but it was sure fun while it lasted! Pic is a portion of my share.
    Nice stuff .
    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein




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    Quote Originally Posted by kuger View Post
    ....Ill raise ya.....New Crystal pics
    Hard to come by that kinda stuff . That's a nice find Kuger .
    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein




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    Quote Originally Posted by walldo View Post
    Two of my best pictures.
    #1 is my fine Washington gold

    #2 having my Son find a little color. Priceless
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    " A man should look for what is , and not for what he thinks should be ". Albert Einstein




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    Quote Originally Posted by TAKODA View Post
    That be a nice piece Oakview . Me like .
    Even a blind pig finds a acorn every once in a while. Going back this weekend and hoping to get a day and a half run in... Nothing compared to the specimens you continue to coax out of the ground
    Last edited by Oakview2; Aug 24, 2012 at 01:44 AM.
    "The most inspiring thing about gold, is not the value, but under magnification, the true beauty of each piece. They are truly like snowflakes that never melt." Oakview2 Fly EAGLE Fly......

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    FUN FUN FUN is my life mandate-John
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  13. #28

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    1st pic, now that's what separates a placer miner from "recreational prospecting"! was that a daily cleanout or weekly? Hah.

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    1 full day on a great paystreak on Clear Creek kalif. Pounds left but no dredging. Other Ruck a Chucky rapids but no dredgn' no mo'. Knotts Berry farm fun with gkids and kids yahoo party time and what a great fun maniacal adreneline filled time....John ... added pic of 1,860 foot climb in/out everyday-see cliffs in back of my lil'ol'6" triple with 18hp ic briggs. Tried 5 helpers that summer and none made it even 4 times hahaha some even chickened out prior to the 1st try cluck cluck
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  15. #30

    Nov 2007
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    cool pics John!
    Sad thing is,your great grandkids will look at that second picture and say,"Why was Pappa John so happy holding them box's of rocks"?
    M.X.T , Tesoro Tejon



    "A pen in the hand of this president is far more dangerous than a gun in the hands of 200 million law-abiding citizens."

 

 
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