- Oct 17, 2012
- Detector(s) used
- White's Spectrum XLT
- Primary Interest:
- All Treasure Hunting
What would make the difference? The gold still has the same colour and the same Spanish markings.There is only one National Park Service Markmar. With all your research you should know that.
The National Park Service does not administer, name trails, or control any of the acts of the United States Forest Service in the Superstition Wilderness. Neither does the State of Arizona.
I was responding to Jeffhowlett's claim that the "Park Service" and the State of Arizona did create and control those trails as well as hiding discoveries and historical artifacts. He's wrong, if that upsets or challenges you you probably need to talk to Jeffhowlett about your concerns.
So maybe you and deducer can now answer my question.
Have either of you even been to Arizona?
There could not exist records of Spanish mining in the Superstitions, but they have mined and stored tons of gold sticks/bars in few mines. Do your own research and don't expect someone to pinpoint it to you as an evidence. You are fishing in very deep waters with a short and thin fishline.