The Bawl Mill
October 2006 by Staff• Who was that unmasked man?
• Run for the border...
• Finally, a bill worth passing!
Quarry operators would face tighter state regulations under proposed legislation that moved a step closer to approval recently.
The day has finally arrived. After five long years, much tribulation and many trial runs, today is to be a full day of production.
We soon found that our discovery post and other claim markers were gone and replaced with new posts and a notice of location with an earlier date than had been on our notice of location.
The sunbeams are winding their way through the snowclouds. I am rising out of Death Valley to engage in some reverie, a journey into times past. Prospect pits, phantoms from boom times’ extinct, appear on the side of the road. Soon, I enter the Bullfrog Mining District.
Leon was leading the way as we hiked the trail out of North Canyon. Without any warning Leon leaped into the air. He had just spotted a big rattlesnake lying in the grass beside the trail.
There were iron stains all over and even a few places where I could see iron trash sticking out of the bedrock. These would be ideal spots to start with as the gold travels with the iron and lead.
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