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Here is a clean up we did in the Klondike last month.

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Nice! :thumbsupanim

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Mike,

Great looking hat. I wish I had done that this summer.

Mitchel

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Wipes eyes...109 ozs? 6.8 lbs? Woweeee!! Congrat's!!!

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Bet you had a good laugh when you made fun of those gold rush Alaska boys (get everyone together were going to have to Pan This Out)

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Yupper Mike that is a fine looking cleanup! What a trip that must have been and thanks for sharing man.

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:brows: migh-Ty fine look'n pile a oro sir,nuttn' but respect. Too bad folks don't know all the work,trials,tribulations and cash spent to aquire your golden dream. Kudos and WOW no fricken either :4chsmu1: John

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GOOD GAWD :WOW: Thanks for sharing Mike

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Sweet, that bar looks like it was a perfect size fit for your hand.

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Mike ,that's one nice hunk of gold.

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Jaw dropped to the floor? How much gravel was processed for all that purdy metal?

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Good question!

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Mike even though I don't know the expenditure ya'll put out to get to that cleanup, I would say ya'll CLEANED UP!!! :yesss:

Thanks for posting, makes my little adventure to N.C. last week look like I didn't get anything at all :idunno: , I still have to do my cons from highbanking, I hope I have a cleanup like ya'll did, wishful dreaming here!!! :brows:

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Words can't describe what I feel looking at that clean up!!!!

How many worked the dredge and how long did it take....

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Hello El Dorado,

That was between 10,000 and 15,000 yards .

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Thanks a bunch for the pics........you got to do what so many on this forum can only dream of.

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Looks like a grand adventure and good solid work will happy rewards.

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The old timers were here before.

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Wow, Mike, that's awesome ... When it's all working right, the trommel is sweet ... Makes me homesick for the Salmon River in N. Kali where we had a similar set up ... Thanks for sharing that adventure with us ... Cheers, Unc

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" That was between 10,000 and 15,000 yards ."

That's :ROFL: only 400,000 - 600,000 HOme depot buckets full!

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The Found Dutchman,

No nuggets in this area we were at, it was all fine flake gold . Over at the Indian River plant we saw a few penny weighters that would have been detectable but they are not real common in this area .

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That's a great looking brick you are holding--thanks for showing us the rewards from your work. would love to hear

the entire story, seems like you had a great time--the smile on your face is telling.

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