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  1. 6 hours ago, Bedrock Bob said:

    I think Bill is mining in the YouTube mountains these days.

    He filed a series of claims on Go Pro gulch. Rumor has it that he hit a rich click placer. 

     He's  consumed  a lot of clickbait  , must be nice to sluice your pooptube on utube. 

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  2. I used to tape a few feet of string onto a sharpy, then whirl it around for a few seconds to pull any remaining  ink to the tip.

    I like the drill a hole and add solvent id ea.   Heck, Get some indelible ink and refill your own. Just have to try keeping them stored tip down. 

     old  Bic pens-use the endcap on the barrel as the plug for the hole drilled in Mr Sharpie.


  3. It does look like you have some mineralization... Can you break off a small chunk of  sample and take it to a jeweler  or pawn shop for testing? Local college or university? There are inexpensive tests that can quickly determine a rough element breakdown of what  is there(on the surface. )

      At least, some mica  minerals , maybe a little copper  and lead.

    Find a local to identify more detail.

     Picture ID , when many minerals are present, can be difficult, at best.  Unless you can provide  some nice  micro photographs of some individual  crystals in your rocks...

    I have to say that the last picture looks very delicious.

  4. On 5/14/2021 at 10:23 PM, DolanDave said:

    Hi Electrician,

       I first started panning it, but knew I would not find anything ................(big snip)......if you have a profitable way of getting the gold out... :brows:



    :barnie::89::tisk-tisk::nutty:  Any water in to the system is siphoned  off well above the lake bed.   Any gold, would settle  out, well back in  the drainages,  besides  the main of the Colorado. True?

  5. 6 hours ago, Bedrock Bob said:

    . That is a cruel lie from a privileged perspective. 

    Noo, just an  objective observation. :)You want to label it and sneer, go ahead.

    Local shelters have many vacancies.   The shelters have rules...some folks just can't abide.

    And anyone that's studied  your posts knows, New Mexican :cowboypistol:law enforcement don't take any guff.  So,  the homeless presence,  in you neck, is minimal.

    No wonder you view is skewed. 'Sides, who wants to be homeless  in Taos or Albuquerque,  when you can do it up right, right on Venice Beach. That, is livin.

  6. 4 hours ago, Bedrock Bob said:

    I disagree.

    Homelessness is not about getting a job. Most homeless are employed full time. 

    We'll make an allowance  seein how those New Mexicans work harder :Diggin_a_hole:than anyone.

    But here, in Calizuelia, the homeless are  made up of released inmates :barnie:to lower the prison population and every bum   from  elsewhere that wanted a :thumbsupanimnice climate. Couple that with  social service largess,as a lure: it just creates more of itself.


  7. On 5/8/2021 at 12:32 PM, Dakota Slim said:

    This film won an Oscar for Best Picture this year and much of it was filmed around Quartzsite. 

    Times are changing and I wonder how post covid nomads will fare.

    I am sure they're buckin up.

    Now, Adam Larey,  ol' Wansfell hisself, was a nomad king.

  8. On 4/20/2021 at 11:58 AM, Electrician said:


    Is it the plague? Spring/summer visitors?

    Prime tourist season.You ever see Courthouse  Square full of arts and crafts? Or Gurley St in full swing?

    It's the inflation that tourism brings that prompts your complaint.  It is a long-term  trend. Tried Hassayampa Inn?  $76 a  nightTravel

  9. 2 hours ago, Electrician said:

     wanting to recoup their losses from 2020 ...

    As well they should try.

    Tried Yarnell,?. Or is that too far away? There's the Oak Park motor lodge or the Emporium across the way with the  Fe horses out front.

    The Emporium is the  schizznit:thumbsupanim

  10. 14 minutes ago, Bedrock Bob said:


    So they are making money fishing the Columbia River for 5 bucks a jerk. (tug, pull, bite) on fish they return for a bounty (reward, renumeration).


    Fish have a bounty : like coyotes and rancors?  Who pays them?:89:  Are Asian Carp in the Columbia , now, and draw a bounty?  Or do hungry vacationing nomads  take up the slack to fill their grill?



  11. 1 hour ago, Bedrock Bob said:

    The new age post covid nomads are fat stacking benjies rippin lips for five bucks...(snig bip:89::shhhhh::2drink:)



    :excl:Transration prease: i don't know new me x ican.

    Catching many fish? "fat stacking"

    You show your stringer to a FWS desk jockey, and he dings your duckets ( bengies)based on headcount?  :idunno:

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