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About Norcaljosh-Gold Hunter

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  • Birthday 02/04/1976

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  1. I had my dog vaccinated for a while and he got bit. I didn't realize it until the second day that it had happened, due to my schedule. :tisc-tisc: However, he was just down for a couple days, and didn't require a trip to the vet. :whoopie: The great thing now, he knows better than to get even close to one of those dam rattlers! :smrt1:
  2. Well, I just recently moved from Weaverville to Stockton and I'm itching to get out into the Mother Lode, being that I'm currently unemployed, and have my GPX with me. :icon_mrgreen: I'm wondering if there is there anybody on this board who is shooting the area and possibly looking for company or can help me narrow down my areas of exploration. :confused0013: Previously, I was doing some shooting with TrinityAu around Redding, picked up a number of skills from doing that, and found lots of historical items, yet got skunked on any gold. Seen good gold pulled right out next to where I was,
  3. http://cgi.ebay.com/16-08-oz-T-Australian-...1QQcmdZViewItem
  4. Never mind I Google Earthed it; we already know about those patches and they've been pretty cleaned out already. Though, you didn't mention the big one located there that over 10lbs was found by Trinity Au, with a pounder found in the area. Though you never know... Good luck!
  5. Yeah, thanks. TrinityAu will have those patches in Redding cleaned before any of you even get there! HA!
  6. Oldest gold artifact in Americas found by UA prof by Anne Ryman - Mar. 31, 2008 02:04 PM The Arizona Republic PIC: http://www.azcentral.com/offbeat/articles/...ace0331-ON.html Ancient Peruvians may not have been as sophisticated as we are today, but they had good taste in jewelry. A University of Arizona anthropologist has discovered a 4,000-year-old necklace that has been radiocarbon-dated as the oldest known gold artifact in the Americas. Professor Mark Aldenderfer found the nine-bead necklace while excavating a burial site in 1999 near Lake Titicaca in southeastern Peru. He delayed
  7. Sell your gold and buy as much silver as you can possibly find! The poor man's gold is poised to do what platinum did... http://www.investmentrarities.com/weeklyco...ry03-24-08.html http://www.moneymorning.com/2008/03/19/thr...-it-reaches-30/ http://www.321gold.com/editorials/laborde/laborde031808.html http://www.dani2989.com/gold/10aggb.html http://silverstockreport.com/2008/surplus.html But you don't have to take my word, read it for yourself. :innocent0009:
  8. Bought a GP Extreme from Ron. Good guy and a straight shooter. Deal as good as posted & shipped fast.

  9. I bought a minelab 2100 from azdave35 for a great price, he was easy to work with, & shipped it well. I'd do business with him again & would recommend him to anyone.

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