Identifying Gold Ores
February 2001 by Charles L. ButlerThe following “clues” describing “hard rock gold ores,” while not 100% dependable, certainly will give gold prospectors an advantage:
- Welcome changes in Washington, DC
- Giving power back to the people
I like to play in a big sandbox called the Mojave Desert. I have different ways of getting my kicks. My particular delight is seeing, “How low can I go?” Blame it on too much sun, but there are days I don’t feel like drywashing.
We have been playing defense for 100% of the game, and now we are finally playing some offense.
- November elections
- Anti-mining ballot initiative rejected in Montana
U.S. Forest Service officials are drawing criticism from environmentalists for reopening some back-country roads that had been closed to protect threatened grizzly bears.
• More like “upsetting” than offsetting...
• So, when is our first shareholder meeting?
• Government kicks a gift horse in the mouth...
• Will the real Barack Obama please step forward...
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