Metal Detecting Within the Cordillera for Gold Placers Associated With Tertiary Epithermal Ore Deposits
January 2001 by Jim StraightThis is a follow-up article to “Epithermal Ore Deposits...” published in the December 2000 issue. Related tables and maps were included with the previous article. If you did not receive the December issue you can still view the previously published maps on our web site by clicking on “January 2001 Featured Article.”—Editor
• Homestake Mining Company
• Cominco American Inc.
• Agnico-Eagle Mines Ltd.
• The "no shrimp left behind" act
• Someone has exceeded their credit limit
Probably the best friend known to the Alaskan nugget shooter is the bulldozer. The bulldozer can open up a lot of opportunity for the metal detecting prospector. Along creeks and valleys where bulldozers have torn up overburden and exposed the...
Joe Williams needs six trips with his faithful wheelbarrow to haul his "back-pack" dredge and camping supplies down into the South Yuba River canyon at the start of each dredging season. The nearest spot to leave his vehicle lies about four miles and, during the hot summers, a canteen of water away. Still, he's been doing it for about fifteen seasons since the 1970s.
- Apparently snow, rain, heat and gloom have been slowing down mail delivery
- Name that tune
He no sooner had turned around and started moving when I hollered again that I had another nice one.
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