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  1. Just a quick warning that this topic will disappear if the personal bashing continues. Keep it civil and on point if you want it to stay!
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  2. Continuation of " My Idaho Pay -to -dig adventures . I will shorten the first years story to the most memorable to me happenings. I got my campsite set up where I could reach electric service and since my pardner was staying in his MH in Garden Valley and making daily trips up to the mill site and try to scope out where to set up operations for paying customers if we ever got any. It rained and rained . I was busy contacting the Boise area prospecting business's, clubs and advertising and meeting our neighboring patented mine owners of which there were 7 at 3 different sites . Most of
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  3. OK all, so I bet most of you have dug little bits of wires that almost look to screws, but have no head on them. They give a great signal and I have found them in most goldfields I have hunted over the years. So what are they? well I got this email and photo from a friend in Australia yesterday after showing on in my video.. I would have never guessed, but there they are! Hello Bill, despite knowing that it's not that important, I am sending You a photo of part of a leather boot upper with those wire bits still attached.I found it on diggings.In my childhood days remember watching
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  4. Interesting article if you look it up and read about it. Even when Az. opens up, im still going to do everything in my power to stay healthy by continuing the guidelines in place right now, at least until they find a cure/vaccine for it. Tom H.
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  5. Here's an example of why preparedness and earlier action were so important. Here comes the food shortages..... https://www.usatoday.com/in-depth/news/investigations/2020/04/22/meat-packing-plants-covid-may-force-choice-worker-health-food/2995232001/
    1 point
  6. i charge mine off a computer
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  7. The vast majority of Americans understand how incredibly bad this is. They understand the actual death rate of the virus has little to do with the overall impact. They understand that the collapse of oil prices will deeply affect our economy as well as our lifestyles. They know that the closing of businesses is not about dark conspiracies to limit freedoms. Most Americans are willing to step up to the plate and sacrifice to help this country in time of need. Others imagine conspiracy and whine about the gun shop being closed. They defy the stay at home orders and work hard to politicize t
    1 point
  8. With 30 years of detecting in extreme northern California, I have never dug one of those. Watch, I'll dig one tomorrow.......
    1 point
  9. Fred was a great guy...
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  10. I had know Fred since 05-06 and the past couple years had grown an even closer relationship with him by personal contact with each other. I considered him "family" as we spoke as such and about our personal "conditions". SOLDIER UP ! He preached and a great preacher he had become to me as he leads the way into the unknown territory we all will tread.
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  11. Fred was a friend to many here. He will be missed. I will miss him. His lungs had been failing him over the last few months. I'm hoping he has found a good patch where he is now. Mitchel
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  12. It is with Norm's and Jonni's permission that I repost sad news. They want all to know. It is with great sadness that I have to report that our friend and contributor Fred Mason passed away this morning at home with his wife by his side. Fred was a good man, husband and father. He was also a good detectorist and friend to all that knew him. Fred was also a very generous person, at just about every gathering he made a very large pot of "Chile Verde" and shared it with all. R.I.P. Freddy
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