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  1. Sand Scoop is in so I'll be headed out to Long Island soon!
    5 points
  2. Very little of the public lands and n AZ have mineral claims, at least percentage wise looking at a map. In my county and surrounding counties, except for one little area, all the BLM land has a grazing allotment on it. Should the ranchers share in this responsibility? Sure not the shafts, but what happens if the creek washes out a trail and my 8k lbs truck is stuck? Should the ranchers and if it is claimed, the claim owner share the responsibility to get me out? I hope not. I assume responsibility to go on public land. If they are responsible, the BLM ca
    2 points
  3. Fake news bro. While the article you reference does discuss hematite nodules on Mars it DOES NOT indicate that any could have found their way to earth. Hematite nodules are common in sandstone. Not one single hematite nodule has ever fallen from the sky. Nor have any scientists suggested that they have.
    2 points
  4. Then maybe you or the BLM should get out there with some steel fence posts and barbed wire. It seems to me at one point the BLM was supposed to do that.
    2 points
  5. And here we go....
    2 points
  6. https://adot.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=69074b6e643c46c4a6a7964703e7e923
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  7. Maybe you should stay on the road
    1 point
  8. Thanks for the correction Bob. Your are correct, no hematite nodule to my knowledge has fallen to earth. That is until it does. I don't know the authors of this article or their background, so perhaps I shouldn't have shared it or indicated the hematite nodules came from Mars. I need to read closer next time. I don't know if the article is fake news or if you are suggesting I am fake news. If the latter, I can assure you I am not fake, just mistaken. I do like what the article says, truth or not, and it could explain how some of the nodules could have made their way to earth.
    1 point
  9. Hi Bob and All I'm not toooo sure your right on this one Bob. I don't own the surface rights so I can't protect them . If I owned a condo which is only ownership of the interior of a building and someone fall in a hole in the front yard am I liable ? I only hold mineral rights on public property. I can't go up there and fill the holes with equipment with out an arm length of paperwork and permits. If I were to purchase a property yes then I assume the liability. I also was informed years ago about this property that once we altered it buy fencing we then become liable for it. These holes
    1 point
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  11. If you contact the BLM, they may be receptive to what you have to say. They were real helpful when someone I know reported a public road fenced off on BLM land, ended up sending someone out to check it out. Unfortunately for my friend, he did not know where he was at and actually reported private property being fenced off. My point is, if you contact them they could help you out. I’d be careful about that. help could come in the form of a travel management plan that shuts down miles worth of trails. I sometimes think that these roads are driven down without proper “scouting.”
    1 point
  12. No. Looks like quartz inclusions in, maybe, basalt. billpeters
    1 point
  13. The issue is that some government lackey is threatening an owner who no longer has access to his mine. They knew the pits were there before this owner bought this claim, they're "inspectors", they knew. These are the same folks who are supposed to enforce the RECLAMATION portion of operating plans. This is extortion!
    1 point
  14. With the first big snowfall yesterday and the frozen ground here in White Plains, NY, my traditional detecting season for 2020 has come to an end. I have a total of $672.76 in dug clad; $43.59 in sight-finds and Coinstar loot; 2.6-ounces (Troy) Gold (10k-14k-18k-22k combined); 3.9-ounces (Troy) silver (.888-.999 combined). I want to thank my Youtube.com/MrTerrySoloman Channel Sponsor, and the following manufacturers whose machines I tested and used in 2020: Minelab; Nokta Makro; and Garrett. Also a big shout out to my friends at Coiltek, and NEL.I will be out at the beach again before th
    1 point
  15. Not sure if I agree with this. Especially seeing how often a claim will change hands with no work done by many owners. Also, a lot of these workings I drive on are decades or even a century or older. Not sure how someone can be held liable for erosion of roads
    1 point
  16. Why not contact the county road department about their adopt a highway program
    1 point
  17. Unable to attach the file for some reason. I found an interesting study on IntechOpen, a publisher of open source books by scientists. The title is, "Hematite Spherules on Mars". I think it was published in 2018. It explains a lot about what scientists are finding out through study and research. It also tells how these Hematites could have come from Mars. Just google Hematite Spherules on Mars and it should pop up.
    1 point
  18. Combo parks, beach, farm fields, and woods. Most of the gold came off the beach. Equinox 600, and Vanquish 540. Thanks for looking!
    1 point
  19. Thanks! I believe thats what it is after looking them up. I am in Arkansas and trying to figure out how it got on my property as it seems from what I read they are pretty much native to Utah? Gonna research it some more and thanks to all that have commented, much appreciated!
    1 point
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