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East Coast Dredger Heads West - Part II

Gold from suction dredging on the North Fork of the Salmon River, California.I wandered back across the river, wading through the rapids and slipping at least three more times. I couldn’t believe how slick these rocks were! Once on the other side, I sat down for a few moments to review my plan of attack and lick my wounds.

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