Mining Journal Receives Honor
September 2018 by Scott Harn
For the 20th consecutive year, ICMJ’s Prospecting and Mining Journal was voted “Prospecting Magazine of the Year”...
Because these crevices catch and hold gold so well, it's worthwhile to learn how they form, which ones are good for catching gold and which ones are not.
My girlfriend Beth and I decided to take our canoe down the Yukon and do some gold dredging...
It was one of those awkward situations as we walked, fatigued and too thirsty to speak a word.
The first experience involved an overgrown gold mine operated during the 1880s. A razed mill adjoined the mine and could be glimpsed from the isolated public dirt road I was traveling.
We descended hunched over, down a long, steep, wooden staircase to the 1,000-level.
He excitedly told me he was going mining and wanted to know where he should go, how to do it, and so on. After he calmed down, I got excited. “I need to go!” was my response.
…the “One More Time” has turned into three more trips and each of the three has yielded more gold each time down.
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