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Andyy

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    Family & Friends, Hiking, Caving, 4 wheeling, Martial Arts, Billiards, Futures Trading, Private Pilot - (I collect hobbies)

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  1. The 5000 is an awesome machine when it is in the right hands. Nice work as usual, Tom!!
  2. Very nice work, guys! Funny how much gold is right off the road. Makes me wonder how much we drive over.
  3. Nice work, Mike. You found some nice ones. I'm with Adam. I need all of the time I can get to find gold. No hibernation allowed. What gold fever?
  4. Yeah, I only recently got into hillside hunting. For years I had overlooked this side of hunting, just because those patches are harder to find. But time teaches you more about hillside clues.
  5. Ah, nice one Uncle Ron. I learn something new every day. Snakes have never been an issue for me at night, at least in the areas I hunt. (also I use snake gators) I find them much more common in wet areas. In drier areas, I see more during the day (usually early morning). But I understand other people don't have the good snake karma that I do
  6. ok, I have to ask. Is joenoshoulders the blonde's boyfriend or are you referring to the occasional mtn. lion I have to throw rocks at to scare away? .
  7. Thanks all! It's a lot of fun when you actually find a new area. I dont mind getting skunked a time or two since it usually balances out in a few trips if I'm lucky.
  8. Well, it's that time of year, again. It's starting to get nice out during the day, but I thought I would get in one more nighttime hunt. And this last night hunt treated me well. I explored a new area about a mile from where I had found gold before. The rain really has changed the roads and washes in this area. Many areas were nearly unpassable. But I managed to get there with my trusty 4x4 and went out into the night feeling a little crazy (by myself) as I am many times. And the only thing that makes that crazy feeling fade away, is when you find that first piece of gold. And then the stars align and everything seems normal, again. Friday night's total came out to 7.25 grams. Some pictures didn't come out so well. Photography just doesn't work too well at night.
  9. Way to go! that is some good work. And it is refreshing when you get even that one piece through all of that garbage that others walked over.
  10. Very nice work, Mitchel. Thank you for sharing.
  11. GPAA are ok, RRPC is better in my opinion. I can't comment on AMRA claims, aside from knowing they do a lot of good for prospectors. The claims are not all pounded. I have pulled gold out of both, this year. You just have to work a lot harder for it. I suggest observing the claimed areas and work in areas that look similar.
  12. Beautiful find. That's the way you do it!
  13. Nice job, BD. I know you earned those as the last time I was night hunting, the grasshoppers were jumping all over while I was trying to get the gold. Mosquitos are killer right now, too. Yes... well earned.
  14. Sure, everyone use BD's finger. It is your middle finger, right, BD? Will your wife let you tell?
  15. People leave a lot of gold behind by not doing this. Most of my piles have more in it when I check it later with the GM.
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