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  1. Combo parks, beach, farm fields, and woods. Most of the gold came off the beach. Equinox 600, and Vanquish 540. Thanks for looking!
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  2. .78 gram yesterday and 14.92 grams today
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  3. killer Terry good work, what machines did you use and was this all beach or some park hunting? Congrats on a good year of digging! ht
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  4. Nice going Terry! Good luck to you. Tom H.
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  6. I had that happen to me i pulled off the side of 85 between Gila Bend and Buckeye to take a leak and looked down and saw a gold nugget when i picked it up you could see it was shaped like a butterfly , it was ground flat on the back side , near as i could tell maybe a piece of jewelry that fell off or out of a mount it was just under 1/4 oz.
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  7. No, private. But a neighboring claim is Roadrunner. I have two adjacent claims in San Domingo and several on Turkey Creek. My partner wants to sell the San Domingo claims and concentrate on Turkey Creek. I'm having a blast out there in Morristown. The bedrock is mostly visible in the creek beds and vacuuming them is yeilding good gold
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  8. Moqui marble is a name for hematite concretions from a specific location. Hematite concretions are quite common all over the world, and are known to be found in Arkansas. Something else found in Arkansas are spherical pyrite nodules. Over time, pyrite can oxidize into hematite. I suspect that might be what you have here.
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  9. That's the right idea, noticing a rock different then the rest, but in general most meteorites will pull towards the magnet, and don't usually find them round. I think you have some native earth rock there my friend. Good luck with your new interest, they are out there. ht
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  10. Always wanted to put on a ADOT jumpsuit and detect highway 95 by Quartzite.
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  11. And certain people (whose I'll names I won't mention) want royalties on top of BLM fees? That's called killing the golden goose is you ask me.
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