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  2. Hello all, George, Chris and I will be at Sawtooth, Nevada during the following dates. 4 Oct 2014 thru 12 Oct 2014. Will be camped at the regular spot. There will be some other friends from all around that will be showing up also. Should be quite a gathering. Hope to see everyone again. Give me a call if you have any questions. Thanks TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS 530 739 2973 trinityau@Hotmail.com
  3. Hello all, I met up with this fellow just out of curiosity and will share my view of what I have learned and what I already knew about this story. The basic line of how the said item got into the creek is true. This information can be found on the internet if searched correctly, along with being in many books. The reason that it was not recovered from the "mile long" and "fifteen foot" wide stream bed almost immediately, is because because this is a stream that could possibly stretch to one hundred yards across during a major flood. The particular area has had at least six "hundred year floods
  4. Hello all, this message is addressed to anyone that I have detected with over the years either up here in Redding, or anywhere else. Persons from various clubs that I have been a member of are also welcome to send a picture. I would like a picture of yourself holding gold or a favorite find. The pictures will be edited and used to make several collages that will be used in my upcoming book. Any of you guys on the different forums that wish to get involved and have your mug shot/gold in a book send me a picture. I thank you all, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS trinityau@hotmail.com
  5. Hello Cy, it is very difficult to try and narrow things down for you. The problem in trying to discuss pockets or lines is that they show up differently at different locales. I can tell you what to look for here at my location but it may be completely different where you are at. We both may have opposing geology while we may also have some similar features. When I take a person out training I try and show them what is happening on the ground. The geology of your local area may be different but the set-up in my mind is probably pretty similar anywhere. Let me try a different approach. Lots
  6. Tom, I just noticed your PM this morning. I am very sorry for not seeing it earlier. "The Elusive Pocket Gold of Southwestern Oregon" written by Tom Bohmker. Thanks all, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  7. Tom, I just noticed your PM this morning. I am very sorry for not seeing it earlier. "The Elusive Pocket Gold of Southwestern Oregon" written by Tom Bohmker. Thanks all, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  8. That sure is some nice looking gold. I love when it is that close to the source. Good job guys. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  9. Hello guys, Kellyco has the coil. It is not listed as a coil for the GB Pro. It is listed as a coil for the F75 and it will fit. I tried one quite a while back and it made the GB Pro too unbalanced for me to carry around. I really did not see any difference in performance when compared to the ten inch coil. If you have your ears turned on you will hear the same signals with the ten inch eliptical coil. I use my bug in very shallow ground. If the ground gets too deep I bring the 3000/Sadie out and will hear most targets. You need a combination of machines to effectively cover all ground. No one
  10. Hello all, there were some issues on the AZO Forum and after changing over to Google Chrome things worked ok for me. Upgrading also worked for a few other people. I don't know if this will help, maybe. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  11. Hey Adam, that is a great picture. Nice gold also. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  12. Hello all, like Grubby these have all been on before somewhere down the line. More where these come from... Thanks, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  13. Hello all, I was surfing the forums when I saw this post. $300.00 seems a bit high, but for the performance maybe not. You hit a main nerve when mentioning the Whites V-Sat Goldmaster. I loved my old Goldmaster and really wish I had not sold it. I would have loved to have just kept it around for the memories. Myself and a few friends did very well with that series in Trinity County, Ca. Thinking back at some of the gold, crumbs and nuggets, I would be hardpressed to find a VLF that would do just as good these days. The only thing that may have surpassed this unit nowadays would be the better d
  14. Our prayers are with you for a speedy recovery Ron, Ray and Deb.
  15. SHEP, when you up here in Redding, how many years ago ? I told you about KOSS then. It was only 4 bucks a set back at that time. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS still laughing...
  16. Hey Terry, I just got back from prospecting and saw the post from this morning. I have no problem with you using the photos, however, as I said in my post Fisher Labs has copyright for ads and articles. That may pose a problem. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  17. Hello Guys, I'm famous, my pictures are all over the net also. I am pretty sure those nuggets were found in Northern California, I dont think I went to Arizona to find them... I am getting old however... I do remember giving copyright to Fisher Labs though, as they were found with the GB Pro. Thanks, TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  18. Hello All, I would have to say humming and singing while beeping. I think Shep and Grubby and probably a few others can attest to that. I have a few friends say I sound like a radio station, they dont know what their going to hear next. LOL TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  19. Chris, it works for me. I received the newsletter. George and I will not be making the GB Basin trip due to work. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  20. Hey Stan, did you make it ? I have not seen any pictures yet. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  21. Bill, I totally agree with the video. and we are starting to get closer every day for that split to become a gorge. TRINITYAU/RAYMILLS
  22. Hello all, That is not a good picture of the gold but it looks likes dentistry balls. I knew a dentist thirty years ago, he was in his seventies then, that had several pounds of that stuff. It is very high purity and he kept this gold in one quart mason jars. He had a whole shelf full of them. I remember picking one up and would doubt that you would be able to say what the weight was. It felt like an empty mason jar to me. Years ago that is what dentists used to make the gold fillings. It was a long process, as it was all done by hand and in the mouth. A small tap hammer and rod was used and i
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