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  1. I found a 1.1g nugget down about 15" today. Was wondering if I got lucky or is that the normal depth for a nugget this size. The nugget is a solid chunk. I imagine if it was smashed out flat and not laying on its edge I could of found it deeper.... Just wondering.. It's been awhile since I been able to get out and find a biggie lol 😃
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  2. Glad someone is getting out and finding something. Not much activity lately being so hot but that is coming to an end soon. Nice pieces bro. Old Tom
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  3. Thanks Dan... Surprised on the depth... Maybe I'm just rusty
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  4. Woohoo!!! Nice chunkster Doug! Beautiful peice for sure.
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  5. I thought it was opal when I picked it up. It is much softer and lighter. Copper will scratch it but aluminum won't. It is not much heavier than bone. Pretty pink stuff. Almost an oily feel to it. You can see the cortex. It almost looks like burned bone on the outside. You can't scratch it with your fingernail but not by much. It won't scratch my fingernail. Super soft stuff. Here is a weathered face... What the heck is it?
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  6. I don’t know how accurate this is. There was indeed a Cherokee mine, and many diamonds were found there, but I’ve not been able to verify the rest of the story. Interesting read nonetheless. http://thetombstonenews.com/the-unsolved-mystery-of-californias-idle-diamond-mine-p1576-84.htm
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