Future of Mining in Bolivia Uncertain
April 2006 by Associated PressThe miners offer the still-beating hearts of four freshly-sacrificed llamas to a statue of the fiendish god “El Tio,” who they believe affords them protection and good luck.
...we finally got back to this exploration effort. The old works there were up above the old camp, which was very significant in size.
Q: I found a large quartz vein. I’m interested in mining this myself. Can you point me to a good book or other source on lode mining?
This year was a test. We had never done anything like this before, yet we grossed $30,000 in the short time we had to mine.
I’m sure we all have, at some point in time, gone out detecting and ended up not having the success we thought we would have. Here are some helpful game-changers that work for me and may work for you, as well.
The adage of, “The harder I work, the luckier I get,” has profound meaning, but it doesn’t always apply to prospecting.
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