The Bawl Mill
February 2004 by Scott Harn• Stinks like limburger
• Auditors get audited
• Will you be able to afford to retire?
• The $200,000 crow
Natural gold is never 100% pure; all natural nuggets contain at least some impurities. We're going to take a look at just what some of those impurities might be.
• The environmental Robin Hood
• But it looked good on paper...
• Low-quality reputation hits home
For gold advocates, the theme this past month could have been Life should be beautiful! After all, just consider some of the events of the past month.
Although I found my first detected nugget on a hard rock mine dump using an early VLF/TR coin hunter, it was by “following the dry washers” and detecting old tailing piles that I soon packed a metal 35mm canister with small sub-grain to...
One of the most unique mining stories to derive from the days of the Spanish conquest of the Southwest is the legendary story of the Sierra Azul, or “Blue Mountain” of Arizona. The first reports of what some historians maintain is nothing more than mere myth, came in the middle of the seventeenth century, and it survived as a frontier tradition into the nineteenth century.
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