My readings seem to show that the majority of caches, treasure, vaults, etc are found purely by accident. Someone cave exploring, hiking, lost in the mountains, etc. Kind of like winning Powerball tickets. More of a shocking surprise when found.All,
I watch this forum all the time and noticed the same thing as Nobodie. I hope everyone will keep posting. I could sure post more than I have. I wanted to but, I did not go out this past winter. Now it's too hot for me. I usually explore for gold and hunt for the mine between November and May. I'm 55 and don't go very fast when I hike. However, I can still carry a pretty heavy backpack and usually stay out on the trail 4 to 5 days at a time. Luckily, I live in Gilbert Arizona and can go out without traveling from another State. I have searched all over Arizona for gold. However, to this day I haven't found a single nugget. I usually search with my Eureka Gold Mine Lab metal detector. Maybe that's the problem. LOL
I plan to go back to the area I have been searching this winter and spring. I've narrowed the area I think the mine is located down to about 600 x 100 yards. If it is not in this area, I don't know where it is.
Anyway, I hope people will keep posting. I will try to post more as well.
I was and still shocked when azdave passed. I dont really know anybody else on tnet. Most here believe in the stone maps, i believe in the carvings that were on the saguaros so theres not much i can add here But i still check in every few months.
My readings seem to show that the majority of caches, treasure, vaults, etc are found purely by accident. Someone cave exploring, hiking, lost in the mountains, etc. Kind of like winning Powerball tickets. More of a shocking surprise when found.