So Where's The Gold?
August 2011 by Don Robinson...we finally got back to this exploration effort. The old works there were up above the old camp, which was very significant in size.
There are times when being able to recognize a type of rock can make you a much more successful prospector.
As a plaintiff in one of the lawsuits, I’m not allowed to talk about specifics in the court-ordered negotiations currently underway in San Bernardino. However, I do want to let you know we are making progress…
Plumas has been historically rich in gold because of its favorable geology. The Melones Fault trends north-south through the county and many rich gold-bearing districts lie along its course.
Sampling other people's stockpiles or dumps has some inherent risks that sampling undisturbed ground does not have.
The very first thing to find out...is if the detector has the ability to be ground balanced.
On my weekends off I spent many hours dredging the Second Broad River from Cane Creek Road up to the headwaters. I used a three-inch dredge with air and graduated to a five-inch with air.
In this article, I am going to take a look at three Midwest states and go through some of the prime places for prospectors to find nice local gold there.
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