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southfork

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I had big plans to crush some rocks but it's hot and high humidity. This is what I've been crushing from around the place poor photo, but you might see a few specks of free gold. It's like where's waldo. It takes a lot of this to get a pinch but its close by.
 

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southfork

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Not much interest in rusty rocks the cows are cleaning off the ground for me the white rocks are quartz. The big brown pieces come out of the cows.
 

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Don't rember if i read if you and/or Seth have a Falcon MD20 or not.
they are handy for the quarts species around here.

let me know if you want to check it out. give me a hollar I'm right down the road. i don't mind you guys borrowing it for a bit.
 

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Don't rember if i read if you and/or Seth have a Falcon MD20 or not.
they are handy for the quarts species around here.

let me know if you want to check it out. give me a hollar I'm right down the road. i don't mind you guys borrowing it for a bit.
Ditto on The MD-20:icon_thumright: it has paid for itself (over the years) many Xs
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So, I finally crushed a bucket of the cow pasture rocks and we have gold. This is from the top of the hill so not rolling down from anywhere. Now if I can just find the vein:metaldetector::dontknow: a five-gallon bucket plus a few loose rocks produced a little over 4 grams of gold. I wonder how many buckets to the ounce? or ton lol excavator time just to poke around. I forgot I started this post.
 

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