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Yeah, I TOTALLY agree with you. I've had my stuff sitting in the living room by the door ready to go for about two months now, and every time it looks like it might be clearing up for a few days "BAM" here it comes again. As it is my plans to do some dry washing are at peril anyway because the ground isn't as dry as it used to be.

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Gosh, I feel bad for you fella's out there in Cali. :shrug: Sure is beautiful here in Arizona. Meteorites, gold nuggets, even won $1,400.00 up at Bucky's Casino in Prescott! :rolleyes: Darn shame for you guys in California. I'll try not to think too much about you tomorrow while I'm huntin' gold under sunny skies B) - Terry

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Go ahead Terry ... Rub it in ... I had to leave good ole AZ early on my vacation because I didn't want to sit in the room for 3 days of rain! :grr01: It will be so much better when I am there permanently ... should be pretty well set doing that by this time next year either moved or about to. Win the lottery and I will be there sooner! :whoope: :inocent:

Mike F

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Come on guys it's just water --you ain't gonna melt-- if it ain't frozen solid get your muckalucks and ponchos and get after it! DIRTY IKE

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:thumbsupanim Glad to hear the weather in good old AZ is cooperating for you all, sorry I can't be there as planned but for some reason this Troop Surge in Afghanistan put a damper on my plans so I will not be able to enjoy it until late April now..Happy Hunting for that shinny stuff don't forget the Troops here while you are pulling out them Nuggets.

:brows:

Very Respectfully

Tim

RANGERMG

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I got a cold case of beer and a hot detector waiting on you here in Arizona RangerMG! Call me when you get back and you are GOLDEN! Thank's for keeping my big fat arse safe at home, :thumbsupanim and God Bless You and your buds! :whoope: - Terry 1/41 FA 1973-'76 US Army.

:thumbsupanim Glad to hear the weather in good old AZ is cooperating for you all, sorry I can't be there as planned but for some reason this Troop Surge in Afghanistan put a damper on my plans so I will not be able to enjoy it until late April now..Happy Hunting for that shinny stuff don't forget the Troops here while you are pulling out them Nuggets.

:brows:

Very Respectfully

Tim

RANGERMG

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Sorry Mike! Hey, I'll drop a dollar or two on the powerball out here for ya, and if I hit just drop in line behind my ex-wives :whaaaa: and I'll split what I got left with ya (should help with a little gas money anyway) :hahaha: - Terry

Go ahead Terry ... Rub it in ... I had to leave good ole AZ early on my vacation because I didn't want to sit in the room for 3 days of rain! :grr01: It will be so much better when I am there permanently ... should be pretty well set doing that by this time next year either moved or about to. Win the lottery and I will be there sooner! :whoope: :inocent:

Mike F

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Thanks Terry

I will take you up on your offer when I get back home for my R/R, I appriciate all of you folks back there that are supporting our troops, sure beets the hell out of the cold shoulder that some of our Vetrans received some time ago. Spoke to my better half there in Glendale yesterday and she says that it is supposed to rain for the next couple days. Might bring some more gold out of the hills :brows: I'll call you when I get back.

RANGERMG

Tim

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Hey Rangermg...when your sitting under your fig tree drinking your goat milk and doing

a little computer surfing go over to my page "prospecting Brazil with garimpo" and under

the topic "American hero's" sign in and brag about yourself a little...thanks for

taking up where some of us left off...your always welcome in my hutch...just bring

your ass home safe....

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Garimpo LOL, I have gone there a couple of weeks ago let me say it is a great site you do an outstanding job Sir :whoope: . And yeah my aim is to come home ASAP, just got to train some more of our fine young men and ladies how to avoid those damned IEDs then I will feel like I have done something positive. Hope to see you on the high ground or with a pan in your hands someday.

V/R

RANGERMG

Tim

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You guys in AZ. get ready for more bad weather, its at my house now, we just had high winds, hail and thunder and lighning, raining like a cow pissin on a flat rock right now, be in your area tomarrow prob, as its moving east. Grubstake

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Terry, you hear about the guy that won the Powerball. He ran home and told his wife to pack her bags he just won the Powerball. She said, "where we going"? He said,"we are not going anywhere you are".

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Yeah, I still remember that day Frank. I was pretty bummed carrying my bags down to the Greyhound Station :arrowheadsmiley: I'll probably never marry a man again after that experience :aw-shucks:

By the way, it SNOWED in Congress yesterday! Here is a pic of snow on Rich Hill. - Terry

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Terry, you hear about the guy that won the Powerball. He ran home and told his wife to pack her bags he just won the Powerball. She said, "where we going"? He said,"we are not going anywhere you are".

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Terry ... Knowing about the 3 wives ... sorry ex wives ... I know there won't be much left over so with my share just go over to Frog Rock and have a cold one on me! :rolleyes: What's that you say? ... You need to borrow a few bucks to cover the beer?!? :inocent::grr01::ROFL::ROFL::ROFL:

That will teach you to marry them! Must be a slow learner! :hahaha: :hahaha: :hahaha:

Mike

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It's a very rare wife that understands "gold fever"...and

what it can do to a man....one of my ex's was an

executive for a company..she came home one day and stated

she wanted me to be cleaned up and have a suit and tie on at

5:00PM when she got home so we could go out and entertain

clients...I had already been re-tired for 8 years so the next

day I packed two nice trunks..filled one with detecting equipment

and the other clothes...left the suit in the closet with the

coat over a white shirt and tied necktie...called her at work

and told her I was going prospecting and I would see her later...

I kept my word when I returned five years later to sign the divorce

papers!!!

Since then I've prospected Papua New Guines...New Zealand...

Austrailia...Alaska...California...Nevada...Arizona and Brazil!!

The Sudan sure looks interesting :inocent:

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