The Underground Mining Adventure Continues
January 2019 by Ron Kliewer
Our group of independent miners have been busy crafting a uniquely designed ladder/ore cart track from the bottom of an 85-foot mine shaft in a historical hard rock mine.
These are just some of the ways I have been able to find new spots to metal detect for gold.
Breaking cemented gravels
He began hiking my way and was as astonished as I was when he saw it. Another high five moment! It makes you wonder how long this gold had just been sitting there on the ground.
When I teach people about finding gold, I often explain that it is helpful to think of any river or stream that carries gold as being something like a sluice box.
So why would a modern-day prospector want to learn about a method of mining that was banned by the courts more than a century ago?
Science has shown, over the past few centuries, that there is a direct correlation between certain plants and their geophysical surroundings.
Sniping for gold… what does it mean to you? To me, sniping is taking a mask and snorkel along with a screwdriver and squeeze bottle to search for gold lying on or in bedrock.
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