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Terry Soloman

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  1. You need this book! "Finding Gold in Colorado: A guide to Colorado's casual gold prospecting, mining history and sightseeing by Kevin Singel" Updated for 2021! Colorado Prospectors, this is the book for you! A travel guide book inspired by the gold prospecting origin of Colorado. Includes touring information on all the major towns founded as gold mining camps as well as summaries of each town's origin story. Includes reviews and recommendations on historic districts to visit, mines to tour, driving tours of ghost towns and places to gold pan. Includes information on 16 historic districts, 31 museums, 18 mines, 186 gold panning sites across the state of Colorado. Thoroughly researched to confirm public access to the panning sites (no private property or areas subject to mining claim has been included - unlike other books.)Written by a long-time Colorado resident and gold prospector. Based on years of research and field work.Get your share of the gold by prospecting for it in historic, urban, and remote locations across the gold districts of Colorado.
  2. This watch is in AS NEW Condition, All Links-Original Presentation Box, Tags & Paperwork- $165.00 SHIPPED CONUS Insured Priority Mail. This watch is a true "Dive Instrument," waterproof tested to 1000-meters. The Muonionalusta meteorite was first discovered in Sweden, nearly 100 miles north of the Arctic Circle, in 1906 by two children who stumbled over a metal object stuck in the ground. Later determined to be a Four-Billion-year-old iron meteorite, it is thought to have fallen approximately 800,000 years ago. The very first Invicta Hydromax to feature a stunning meteorite dial. Each dial features a unique Widmanstatten pattern, that assures each watch is one-of-a-kind. The Hydromax skull logo lands at 12:00 while the date window sits at 3:00 for a balance of style and functionality. Comes with an exhibition case back to show off the Sieko NH35A automatic movement. Watch Details Movement Type: SII NH35A Automatic Case Size: 52mm. Case Thickness: 30mm. Case Material: Stainless Steel Bezel Type: Uni-directional Crystal Type: Flame Fusion Dial Material: Meteorite Crown Type: Screw Down Band Type: Bracelet Band Material: Stainless Steel Band Length: 8.25in. Band Width: 24mm. Band Clasp: Push Button Deployment Water Resistant: 1000-meters
  3. Nice Bowie! You're talking my language!
  4. Nokta Makro Gold Kruzer Fisher Goldbug Pro Minelab Equinox 800 Minelab Goldmonster 1000 Garrett AT Gold
  5. Happy Birthday Frank! I hope it is GOLDEN!
  6. Do you use a drone when metal detecting or prospecting? What are you looking for? Has it helped you?
  7. Did I mention that when I attended Bill's Outing a couple years ago at Jackass Flats, I planted Seven Morgan Silver Dollars in various places. I took a ride with Minelab's Debbie S., out to the old mine and graves in Bill's buggy. Could be there is one or three out there somewhere. My card is with them. Thanks for the like Bill, and here's the latest on the Giveaway!
  8. I've been detecting since I got out of the Army in 1976. I know a little bit about detecting gold in Arizona, and I know enough about Bill Southern, to listen when he speaks. If Bill says the new 6000 is his go to machine for nuggets, then 'nuff said.
  9. Look up "Machaerid Armored Worm Fossil."
  10. Soap and water with a soft bristle tooth brush.
  11. Morgan & Eisenhower Dollars For Sale
  12. “The Nugget Shooter’s Field Guide,” by Reese Townes. GoldSeeker Books; ISBN: 978-0-578-61746-6; 120 pages; Paperback; Color Photographs “The Nugget Shooter’s Field Guide,” is a comprehensive deep dive into the world of gold “nuggetshooting,” exploring aspects of Alluvial; Eluvial; Colluvial; Eolian; and Residual gold deposits and mining. I first became aware of the author, Reese Townes, as a frequent and respected contributor to several gold prospecting forums that I visit regularly. A successful and knowledgeable nuggetshooter, Reese grew up in Montana, where his father was a dealer for Garrett Metal Detectors. As a boy he was enamored by stories of gold prospecting he heard in his father’s shop, and soon, was out panning and detecting for the elusive treasure himself. As he grew older, Reese learned all he could about geology and its relation to placer gold. He listened to seasoned “Sour Dough” miners and nuggetshooters, picking their brains for the hard earned knowledge and experience he would later use to find his own nuggets and pay streaks. In his book, Reese takes the reader across the Country, from old California hydraulic mines, to ancient riverbeds, “Mass Wasting” deposits in Montana, and placer areas in Arizona deserts and mountains. His writing style is concise and refreshing, explaining methodology and complicated theory in language even I could understand. The book is a true field guide, using color photographs to brilliantly illustrate what you are looking for when detecting tailing piles; hydraulic pits; mass wasting areas; alluvial bench deposits and more. His detecting strategies are well thought out, illustrated, and thorough. The book features a “Photo Resource Guide,” that helps the reader become familiar with different types of gold “traps” that hide nuggets when you are trying to detect them. Reese explains how to work the different deposits and how to recognize areas that may have trapped gold. There is a chapter devoted to equipment that goes beyond the right detectors and coils. Reese explains the tools he takes into the field that he uses for crevicing, breaking up bedrock, removing roots, or hydro-shocking a nugget out of rock. He explains why he uses the machines and coils he works with, and where you can buy them. One of the best chapters in The Nugget Shooter’s Field Guide, is “Detecting & Base Camp Safety.” Reese dives into his personal experience with putting felt soles on waders to reduce slipping on algae covered creek rocks, building simple “Boma” fences around his tent, and putting up flash/bang trip wires to deter bears, cougars, and humans from entering your camp at night. The book is 9”x6”x.5” so it fits neatly into your daypack, and can be carried easily in the field. In my opinion this is one of the finest field guides available to nuggetshooters learning how to be successful out on the claims. Add The Nugget Shooter’s Field Guide to your library today! - Terry Soloman
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