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  1. archlord gold

    In Isabelle Parsley's recently article,archlord gold she takes a look at what some call the 'grind' in MMOs and that, just maybe, it's not as bad as it's been portrayed.archlord gold Whether it's collecting materials for crafting or finishing that 'kill 10,000 orcs' achievement,archlord gold there is something to be said for 'grinding'. See if you agree...or not...and then leave a comment below.flyff penya

    LOTRO is my game of choice right now and it's structured like most other MMOs out there:flyff penya the game world is divided into zones that are appropriate for increasing level ranges,flyff penya with quest hubs scattered throughout.flyff penya Also like many MMOs these days,maple story mesos LOTRO has a ton of non-quest things to do – they’re called deeds,maple story mesos and they’re just like WoW’s or EQ2’s achievements. Which also means that there are always going to be more deeds to do than you can comfortably accomplish,maple story mesos certainly in your first pass through a zone.

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  2. I use the standard Minelab battery harness that came with my GPX 4000. I find the minelab harness that I have just feels too loose and doesn't seem to give much support - I think the problem is I'm too skinny(my wife says I gotta eat more and put on some pounds) - I tried converting a backpack that I have and that seemed to give more support but it can get a bit hot when i'm detecting in the middle of the day. I don't use a hip stick just the bungee cord that connects from the detector shaft to the harness. I was looking at some of the military load bearing harnesses - anyone have any suggesstions.

    I got a small pack from Bill a few years ago that is perfect. Two compartments, bottom for battery and top just right for a couple bottels of water. It works much better for me than the stock harness.

    Bunk


  3. Hey Victor,

    If your intent is to go hiking and find a pretty rock once in a while, the Superstitions, will work grate for you but if you really want to find some gold, you will have to branch out. There are clubs that have good gold claims, that don't cost a lot to join and most of the forums here in AZ host outings a few times a year. You can learn a lot from hanging out with like minded people. There are several forms of prospecting and you will have to find the one thats right for you.

    Welcome to this forum and ask lots of questions!

    Bunk


  4. When I made up my mind that I was going to find a nugget with a detector, it took me about two months. I had been prospecting for years but not with a detector. I had a pretty good gold machine years back but I never learned how to use it. My first year of detecting, I found thirty nuggets but I had that coil to the ground every chance I got. Wish I had that kind of time these days. The little one was my first.

    Bunk


  5. Yep, I used to subscribe to the idea of going over that washboard road fast...Until it thrashed my rear axle and then three sets of brake lines! ... Actually, that road is the reason I don't beep Rich Hill area much anymore unless I come in from the south off Scenic Route road... Cheers, Unc

    Hey Unc,

    Where do you catch the scenic route coming in from the south?

    Bunk


  6. IM THINKING OF SELLING SOME OF MY LARGE NUGGETS TO PURCHASE A GPX 5000. WHERE WOULD BE THE BEST PLACE TO ADVERTISE THE SALE O F THEM.

    I AM LEAVING FOR AZ. IN A COUPLE OF DAYS AND WILL KEEP IN TOUCH ON MY WIRELES LAPTOP.

    SEE YOU ALL IN THE GOLDFIELDS SOON.

    HARRY

    Harry, I would start by posting them on all the forums. I would think you would get the best price that way.

    Bunk


  7. Hey Bill, you were right, it ain't easy hosting a big outing. Sure glad you got to hunt down a couple nuggets this year. I know I can speak for Frank also, and it was our pleasure to host the Gold Basin outing this year!! WOW, Where do I start! A good time was had by all and lots of nuggets were found, at least 20 that I know of including a few REAL nice ones. Meteorites too, I found my second, 116 grams! The weather was a little windy but we did have few real nice days, calm and warm temps. As allways, folks jumped in and helped out when and where needed. THANKS guys and gals!!

    The coin hunt was a success although we did make some mistakes everyone went away happy. This was the first time Frank and I have ram rodded a big outing and we both learned a lot. The #1 prize, an X terra30, donated by Rob's Detector Sales, was won, by Mike C, congrats Mike!

    I really want to thank all that donated prizes and effort to make this a really great outing!!

    I will add more and pics later, I need to get the Mothership and the Great Pumpkin cleaned up and ready for the next adventure. Also, we had one winner of one of Uncle Rons gold maps that did not get on the list to be sent this map, if it was you, send me a PM and we will get that out to you.

    Thanks a bunch to all that joined in on this adventure, we will do this again!

    One more thing, you don't have to have a bunch of prizes and a huge outing to have ave good time in the desert and if Frank and could put this together, anyone can, Post an outing today!

    Bunk


  8. Well, Frank (SGTFDA) and I will be coming up Friday with the Rhino in tow. Can't wait to meet you all and hopefully learn a thing or two (other than the fact that a VLF is crap in most of AZ).

    Thanks for the "directions" Frank! I'll bring the spot light... just in case :stupidrb:

    Glad you both can make it! Look foward to meeting you both.

    Bunk

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