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C Denny Run*

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About C Denny Run*

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  • Birthday 04/13/1984

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    Hiking, fishing, shooting, Martial arts, off road , and of course prospecting

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  1. I've never had issues with the 10% added ethanol. I have several small engines and never have problems with primer buttons, or plastic internals. I personally think ethanol is the way to go. It might not get you as many miles per gallon, but generally the reduced cost offsets the lack of distance, and they equal out. I'd run it in my F-150, but there isn't any stations that offer it in my area.
  2. Excellent find! I have yet to find any of that size... I imagine it's pretty exhilarating. Good work!
  3. Looks like it's working I like the creativity! The EZ sluice was my first, and I love it. It has more rib board than moss, and that seems to work good for the gold in our area. What part of WA are you in?
  4. They are a great sluice. You might just need more water pressure, or smoother flow. I tried using a hose when I first got into this hobby, and lost a lot-o-AU. The angle you'll need will depend on the amount of flow you have. Play around with it for a while.... You'll get it!
  5. Holy cow... Makes me want to build one! Ha Ha
  6. It's going great bud! Been super busy is all. I was starting to miss this place, ha ha! The Ranger is actually just about to go up for sale.....Kind of sad, after all that I did to it, but sometimes toys have to go..... Silly life, getting in the way of fun! Hows the business going? I really dig the web site, it's quite useful! Excellent insight you guys offer! I know which show you're talking about, that guy has the best career a man could ask for! Ha ha. Can't remember what it's called though. If I recall correctly, the guy came from the comedy industry. What a hard life eh? Ha ha
  7. Agreed. Minus the drama, it's a pretty cool show. Being a VERY small scale miner, it's awesome to see the bigger equipment, and how it works. Hopefully, for their sake, they have better success this season. And, I do love seeing those big nuggets!
  8. That was pretty cool! He didn't have to work the pan nearly as much as the guy behind him. Ha ha. It almost looked funny seeing him splash around, while Malcomb calmly worked his full bucket.
  9. Nice to see you guys survived the cold, and good to see you back on the forum! Now hurry up, and show us some pics! Ha ha. Have a safe drive back home bud!
  10. That's some pretty incredible stuff there. Definitely a pleasure to watch. Thanks for sharing!
  11. Most classifiers have a universal design (to fit on your bucket) and have similar upward tapers. For the most part, classifiers of different brands will stack. I've found that stacking classifiers gets kind of clumsy, so to achieve a finer classification, I just reduce the amount I process per shaking (about 25% smaller) and I dont have blockage problems. Assuming you classify in a water filled tub, that is. In dry circumstances, I would reduce it even more. However I seldom classify without water. There is gold to be had, sticking to those rocks! Have fun Skully Dog. Much AU to come to you
  12. Understandable. If you get the time, head up HWY 20 outside of Sedro Woolley. There are a few tributaries out there, that will make you smile. Just make sure you keep an eye on the flood line. That'll tell you where the gold is
  13. Sorry to hear your troubles. I wish your wife the best, as well as your daughter. You're right next to the Nooksack eh? There is some good color up in your neck of the woods
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