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  1. Hi Fred and all. Yes I'm still above ground. Haven't been out since last Christmas. Have been dealing with lots of doctors and a load of projects with house and trailer. Will be looking forward to seeing everyone. Roger
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  2. I will be there. Someone has to control Shep & Patrick. Will be great to see some old friends. Will park in my usual place on JB'd property.
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  3. Rod's daughter wrote a fine article for the ICMJ Prospecting and Mining Journal; "Growing Up Gold"... the love of prospecting and for her daddy comes through loud and clear! Well done, Amanda! you must be proud, Rod.... fred
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  4. If you're talking about drywasher tailings here in Arizona, the last stuff they ran, which would be at the top of the pile, was the deepest and richest dirt in the hole. If you're hunting a well-known area like Greaterville, back in the old VLF days the tailings piles were some of the first places the "old time" detectorists hit. Yes, heavier material (like nuggets) might have trickled down deeper into the piles. I've still managed to find nuggets in them but it's rare. It might also help to have a newer detector like a GPZ 7000 that finds deep wiry or specimen nuggets better than the old VLFs
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