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  1. Au Seeker

    Mineshaft Rescue

    They say he is alert and talking, so that's a good sign, hopefully he's not hurt to bad! https://www.abc15.com/news/state/mcso-man-trapped-in-western-arizona-mine-shaft-rescue-underway "MCSO Search and Rescue is gearing up to extract an adult male who has fallen into a mine shaft 100 feet deep. He was found today by a good samaritan but has been there since Monday. He is alert and talking, the mine shaft is in the area of Eagle Eye Road and Mile Post 13."
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    Everyone is welcomed to come to the outing!! Don't worry no one is going to beat you up , they may however hang all your prospecting gear high up on a pole and laugh while you're trying to get it down, it will be sorta like being new in high school all over again!!! JK, you'll leave the outing with many new friends!! Be sure to enter how many there will be with you including yourself in the poll up at the top, and bring a side dish for the Saturday common meal if you're going to be there that evening.
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    google pro overlay

    John, I did a brief search on the forum and couldn't find instructions for mines persay but did find a link to instructions for township and range overlay, maybe it will help as it should be much the same instructions as the mines overlay, all you would then need to find is the actual mine file for Google Earth to install.
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    How's the weather Skip?

    I should be well east of the crosshairs, but we will still get some decents gusts and rain from this one, we've already gotten a couple of inches from feeder bands being pulled in from the Atlantic in the last day or so, but I will find out how I did when I wake up in the morning or get awakened during the night if a tree falls on my home from one of the gusts or possible tornadoes which would be the biggest threat for my area, but one can't prepare for tornadoes, you either get hit by one or you don't. Bob, thanks for the offer of your boat but I have a canoe and a few air mattreses if it gets to wild and I need to float out to dry ground, but I live a relatively high ground for this area and I have never had any issues with flooding and have been through numerous hurricanes and tropical storms.
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    100 year old artifacts?

    wet/dry washer, I have one question for you, you seem to think and say that the "post master" is the only one with any authority in this country, and that capital letters are corporate, hince evil government, I beg to ask then why does the "post master" allow the use of capital letters in his job title and or his place of business...e.g. Post Master, Post Master General, The United States Postal Service, and The United States Post Office, one would think a man of such authority would put his foot down and not allow all those captial letters in relation to his job title and place of business, or has he been corrupted and in need of being replaced??? Also I'm a bit confused because there are a lot of "post masters" in this country, so which one is truely the boss, is it the 'post master general" or are all of them the boss?
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    Diamond?!?:) Or diamong? ;(

    Sorry not a diamond.
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    Welcome back to the forum Jack! I see you're attending the Nuggetshooter's fall outing, you will have a great time!
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    100 year old artifacts?

    Unfortunately it's a select as you post option/tool.
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    The Chelyabinsk meteor was a super bolide and made a sound, in fact the shockwave from the sound did all the widespread damage!! https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chelyabinsk_meteor
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    For The Photographers in the Forum

    Many a thousands of words there Terry, enjoyed looking at them !
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    100 year old artifacts?

    Bob most phones don't show all of the items on the Tool bar, the color choice is one of the tools not displayed, at least not on my Iphone
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    Shalom, shalom, ladies and germs

    Welcome back Saul! So glad you're still on the topside of the grass, had me wondering for a while there if you had ran into some bad trouble or worst!! You have been missed on the forum, not sure if it was your beard, your hat or your pipe!
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    The general consensus among the meteorite experts is no, but there are many people who swear that this can and has happened but fail to show evidence of it happening, the science just doesn't seem to support this being able to happen.
  14. On the Bluffao I can't make out the date at all but I do see a mint mark on the reverse below the "FIVE CENTS" but the photo isn't clear enough to see what the mint mark is on that, are you sure of the date (?), if so if it's a D mint mark it's worth about $20 to $25 in the condition it's in but if the mint mark is an S mint mark it's worth around $50 to $55!!
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    OLD COINS: Large Cents-

    I responded to your other post asking this question so I will copy that reply and post it here as well. "The 1844 is definitely worth keeping, it's worth around $15 to $20 in the condition it's in, the 1865, which by the way isn't a 1865 because the last year these coins were minted was 1857 and they started being minted 1839, so it has to be a1845 or a 1855, but appears to be a 1855 which would be worth about the same or maybe a bit more because it "was" in better condition before the damage happened but because of the damage not worth much at all."