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  1. #31
    us
    Sep 2012
    SFV, CA
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    Sorry "TAY", but my intent is not to help Gollum, but to keep him from wasting his time and effort, on something which "has" been found.
    Its rough country in there, and a humbug, is just that.
    Its been found, and under claim, as we speak. The asistencia up there had a "stockade", charcoal pits, etc, etc.
    Theres even more,,, like 60'+ rock signs, to where they stashed it, for about 10 yrs that they couldnt ship out.
    The "area" is full of cyns, and each one mined, was "marked', primarily with LRG quartz boulders, (square in shape), at the mouth of each cyn used.
    Your friend Gollum, shouldnt be so haughty. Im only trying to assist him, so that he doesnt go in the wrong directions.
    You and he want confirmation of who I am, ask Pat Keene. Who do "I" ask for confirmation of you guys??
    Nevermind, cause I dont work that way.........

    HOGE

  2. #32
    us
    Sep 2012
    SFV, CA
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    Los Padres Mine

    Quote Originally Posted by HOGE View Post
    Sorry "TAY", but my intent is not to help Gollum, but to keep him from wasting his time and effort, on something which "has" been found.
    Its rough country in there, and a humbug, is just that.
    Its been found, and under claim, as we speak. The asistencia up there had a "stockade", charcoal pits, etc, etc.
    Theres even more,,, like 60'+ rock signs, to where they stashed it, for about 10 yrs that they couldnt ship out.
    The "area" is full of cyns, and each one mined, was "marked', primarily with LRG quartz boulders, (square in shape), at the mouth of each cyn used.
    Your friend Gollum, shouldnt be so haughty. Im only trying to assist him, so that he doesnt go in the wrong directions.
    You and he want confirmation of who I am, ask Pat Keene. Who do "I" ask for confirmation of you guys??
    Nevermind, cause I dont work that way.........

    HOGE
    PS: The actual mine is in LA county, not Ventura county. NOT the Redrock/Gillette area.
    Its clear (to us) that Padres were in there, because it was SO rich, that they would keep it secret, compared to other cyns. It also is the hardest to access. This place was first found about 1690, most likely in Kino's time. It appears that the Dominicans knew about it, after the SOJs found it. The "signs" are amazing, such as the 6' "diamond" carved into a prominant rock, within the cyn. LRG white quartz "marker"' at the mouths of the cyns mined, etc, etc!! We even found the wagon/cart tracks ground 6" into solid granite. After 300+ yrs, they can still be seen, out in that most formidable area.
    Nuff 4 now!
    HOGE

  3. #33

    Jan 2013
    oxnard, ca
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    Hi guys, I'm new to the site. I live in Oxnard. I use my horse in my searches so I can cover more ground. I'd love to help in the search. I've been exploring the Los Padres since I was a kid. Just a few months ago I came across this site and that has started many hours of research. The best and most logical story of the lost los padre was a book bought at the Ventura mission. In closing i Hope to help in the search.

    Thanks,
    Hector.

  4. #34
    us
    Jun 2007
    Simi Valley California
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    Quote Originally Posted by HOGE View Post

    PS: The actual mine is in LA county, not Ventura county. NOT the Redrock/Gillette area.
    Its clear (to us) that Padres were in there, because it was SO rich, that they would keep it secret, compared to other cyns. It also is the hardest to access. This place was first found about 1690, most likely in Kino's time. It appears that the Dominicans knew about it, after the SOJs found it. The "signs" are amazing, such as the 6' "diamond" carved into a prominant rock, within the cyn. LRG white quartz "marker"' at the mouths of the cyns mined, etc, etc!! We even found the wagon/cart tracks ground 6" into solid granite. After 300+ yrs, they can still be seen, out in that most formidable area.
    Nuff 4 now!
    HOGE
    Not to disrespect Hoge but I'll personally keep looking for the site regardless of what you claim. If I had found it, I wouldn't be in a forum telling others to stop because I had already found it. I don't know you and ill take what you say with a grain of salt until I see some proof.

  5. #35
    us
    Sep 2012
    SFV, CA
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    Quote Originally Posted by tapoutking View Post
    Not to disrespect Hoge but I'll personally keep looking for the site regardless of what you claim. If I had found it, I wouldn't be in a forum telling others to stop because I had already found it. I don't know you and ill take what you say with a grain of salt until I see some proof.
    Well Well. You do as you wish, and take a BUCKET of salt...

    HHH

  6. #36

    Dec 2012
    on the rocks - so cal county line
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    Quote Originally Posted by grnlin View Post
    Hi guys, I'm new to the site. I live in Oxnard. I use my horse in my searches so I can cover more ground. I'd love to help in the search. I've been exploring the Los Padres since I was a kid. Just a few months ago I came across this site and that has started many hours of research. The best and most logical story of the lost los padre was a book bought at the Ventura mission. In closing i Hope to help in the search.

    Thanks,
    Hector.
    >>>>>>>>>>>>> proof is in the pudding / im with this guy - Tapoutking

  7. #37

    Jan 2013
    oxnard, ca
    10
    I'm getting really excited that the roads that were closed for winter are opening up around Memorial Day. Ill be camped at half moon so if anyone from this site sees a white horse trailer please stop and say hello.

  8. #38
    mx
    Nov 2004
    Alamos,Sonora,Mexico
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    G'morning tapout king, Grnlin & Hoge, coffee gentlemen ?? Hoge, you posted --> You and he want confirmation of who I am, ask Pat Keene.

    I don't think that I asked for confirmation, I am taking you at your word, which I assume that you are doing with me also. However if you have doubts, simply got to the 'Tayopa' forum.--> Tayopa Your questions will be answered.

    Don Jose de La Mancha
    Last edited by Real de Tayopa Tropical Tramp; Apr 20, 2013 at 03:58 PM.
    "I exist to live, not live to exist"

  9. #39
    ca
    Sep 2005
    Paso Robles
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    Don Jose My Friend, Good Morning to you, any info on these pictures would be Graciously Thanked, this is on My Mining claim in the La Panza Mountains of San Luis Obispo County. I share the claim with 6 others, we have multiple Spanish Sign but this Stone intrigues me, any ideas? I wrote Gollum but can't raise him (and I do have his Personal Address). Thankyou, this is Darrell Click image for larger version. 

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  10. #40
    us
    Nov 2010
    Glendale, Ca
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    HappyTrails55, perhaps something as SIMPLE as moving the stones will help you out a bit. Sometimes we over think a lot of things.

  11. #41

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    Hi Guys, I am not a "mine" guy but have hiked up to Red Rock and looked for other mines while riding my ATV. I live up in Pine Mountain Club and did a video of the mines that I found up here. Here it is (youtube)

    Army of 1 and Scout like this.

  12. #42
    au
    Jun 2013
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    Great video canamrider , plenty of mining history there , awesome sound track . cheers Mick

  13. #43
    us
    TEA...taxed enough already

    Oct 2005
    San Diego California
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    Scott, probably the same "Mott" from Julian that claimed to have spoken to an old-timer who found the Viking ship buried in the sand somewhere around the Laguna Salada, south of Mexicali. Oddly, I have posted pictures of rock art in the mountains east of SD showing just such a serpent ship. I don't know if it's still here and I lost my old pics in a computer crash.

  14. #44

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    come on canam, that was a cool video and areas riding...where is it? im going search, if i die its gonna be on you@@@ J/K cool vid for sure... so has it been found or not?

  15. #45
    um
    Nemo me impune lacesset

    Jan 2005
    DAKOTA TERRITORY
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    Too bad there is not a way to splice these So Cal lost padre mine threads together. Interesting story though, I would not get too discerning on exact details which may have become muddled in the retelling. Not to say this point is a falsehood, but for example the 35 mile trot, may have been an exaggeration or pure estimation, not an exact measured figure.
    Oroblanco
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