A Day On The Yuba River
February 2020 by Alan J. Chenworth
There weren’t as many pieces of gold, but what I did find was bigger. As I worked my way down towards the spot that I had been working the first three days, I noticed a large crack that crossed the river.
“I heard him hollering down in the hole as soon as I got there,” he said. “I was just glad to see him alive.”
In this article, I am going to take a look at three Midwest states and go through some of the prime places for prospectors to find nice local gold there.
Doubters be informed, yes, there is gold in Africa—lots of gold—and all the good and bad that comes with it.
The very first thing to find out...is if the detector has the ability to be ground balanced.
Lately I’ve been having success utilizing two types of detectors in succession. The first is a pulse induction (PI) detector with a blanket-style antennae, and I follow it up with a very low frequency (VLF) detector.
I woke up on Sunday morning, August 10, to heavy smoke. I saw where it was coming from, but it seemed like it was a long way off so I thought I was okay for the time being.
This type of thinking will get you discouraged pretty fast, and soon all of your mining equipment will be found gathering dust in your garage.
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