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    Az Future treasure hunt adventure

    Who's interested in some Arizona treasure hunting? No plans yet, I'm in Mi. Future partner and friends welcome. Mike
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    Samantha

    Apr 2018
    Phoenix, Arizona
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    Your minelab 2100 should be good for nuggets. I have my doubts about dowsing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samanthy View Post
    Your minelab 2100 should be good for nuggets. I have my doubts about dowsing.
    Oops I dont have that or any detector any more. You can bring one along if you'd like. Mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by dowser View Post
    Who's interested in some Arizona treasure hunting? No plans yet, I'm in Mi. Future partner and friends welcome. Mike
    When do you get to Arizona?
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    Hopefully next fall/winter. I lived in the Verde valley for a year. In the time I lived and worked there I Dowsed.
    I already have treasure targets I lost and need to relocate and retrieve. Most are Dowsing related. All are an Adventure.
    The targets are around Wickenburg, Bradshaw mtns, and S toward Bumblebee, one in Sycamore canyon near Flagstaff. All can be explained, and yes I lost them. I Dowse so many I didnt keep good track. I no longer live there, but would like to retrieve. Dowser
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    It's tough to organize a hunt requiring any help on relocating.
    I will explain one. A roadrunner claim I had been to over by Vulture mines. There was shallow holes everywhere. Valuable Gold in quartz ore was assumed retrieved from those holes. One spot got missed, one more hole needs to be dug. But it's on the neighboring claim. It's possible that claim is no longer active. How much Gold were they getting out of each hole? Dowser
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    Sounds awesome. I'll jump in the convoy when you get to Colorado. I'm off for the winter and my wife gets sick of me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnybravo300 View Post
    Sounds awesome. I'll jump in the convoy when you get to Colorado. I'm off for the winter and my wife gets sick of me!
    Not sure exactly when, but glad your interested.
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    Some will take research some not. If anyone knows which roadrunner claim I'm talking about, that would be helpful.
    Another one I need help on. I used to drive all 2 tracks, stop and get out and Dowse ahead every 2 miles was my standard. I'd check Gold and Nickel. I hit a Gold signal at an old stage stop. The sign even said old stage stop. No buildings, kinda nice road. People were parked there, so I planned to return. But now I forgot where it was. I know I'm giving away a possible Gold cache, but I know where abouts it is. I tried to spot it Google earth but I lost it. I know the area wasn't mineralized, and I know it wasn't a meteorite. Dowser
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    For a more adventurous Treasure hunt.
    I need to return up the Hassayampa river, to a lost Gold mine I found, then lost. Rent quads in Wickenburg we can. I reacquired the location from Google earth. I drew a treasure map. Definitely need to return and see what's really there..
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    Barton Thom

    Apr 2005
    Abiquiu, NM
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    Hello Dowser,

    Tentatively --I would be very interested in going--usually I am free as I am retired now. I have a pulse induction metal detector --with several different size search coils.
    I have a pickup truck. bartonthom@yahoo.com I am in Abiquiu, New Mexico
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barton View Post
    Hello Dowser,

    Tentatively --I would be very interested in going--usually I am free as I am retired now. I have a pulse induction metal detector --with several different size search coils.
    I have a pickup truck. bartonthom@yahoo.com I am in Abiquiu, New Mexico
    Cool, I just retired also, but I can't head out that way yet. I need to get out there for sure, and will notify all that are interested. Planning on next fall. Mike
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    Sounds like fun.
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    The Finder and Keeper of treasures. Keep a look out for my upcoming metal detecting series The American Dirt Pirates. I just became the proud owner of a bunch of detectors and equipment so I will be making a lot of videos testing out each one of these detectors.

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    Yes it's a lot of fun! If only I can get my locations narrowed down. I did find that the Roadrunner prospecting club has claim maps posted. I believe it's one over by Vulture mts., but I don't see it on google earth. Thought for sure it could be spotted from above. That claim and the neighboring claim possibly 20 acres, should be able to see from above. A lot of 3' mine holes basically. Once I relocate the Roadrunner claim, I'll be able to check the neighboring claim status. They have way more claims than I remember. I think it's over in their group 13.
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    Also for the lost stage stop I lost, it's not on Senator thru the Bradshaws, I've checked that.
    Another very interesting possibly legal Treasure location I lost somewhere S of Prescott. Was driving roads, doing my usual 2 miles before rechecking Gold, and picked up on a signal ahead. Driving along is quick triangulation on target, so it wasn't long before I was 90 degrees from my target. Way out in the distance was a lone black lava blob sticking up. It was a ways out, easy to see, but it stood alone, and it was signaling Gold. Either someone buried a Cache next to it because it's a stand alone long range reference, or that volcanic material has Au.. I know it's not down Orme rd, thought it was but not. Mike
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