2019 digging with my nephew

dredgernaut

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my nephew ran me into the ground this year. wish I was 15 years old again. lol 20190806_170549.jpg 20190806_193044.jpg 20190808_091854.jpg 20190807_181648.jpg
 

DizzyDigger

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Nokta FoRs Gold, a Gold Cube, 2 Keene Sluices and Lord only knows how many pans....not to mention a load of other gear my wife still doesn't know about!
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Always great getting young people involved..that's knowledge
passed on the old fashioned way.

Gotta ask about this boulder...sure hope that thing was stable..:dontknow:

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dredgernaut

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lol. hey dizz. yes it was stable. we checked it regularly. good looking out though. I don't even like it when the small stuff falls on me.
 

mendoAu

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I think we all know that "oh, crap" moment when you see the earth moving toward your toes and know that safe boulder has decided to show you Newton's theory. Some of you may remember the oak tree I had fall this spring....who'd ah guessed with a root ball like that. HA!
 
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dredgernaut

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thanks fellas. however I am not new to prospecting. we checked often with a big bar. and the rear of that boulder is half buried and larger than the visible side. we did not undermine any further than what you see..
 

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