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Allen in MT

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Was up to the cabin for a couple of days and did some detecting on the other side of a rock out cropping I was at a few weeks ago. The left side of this picture I dug out and detected on Aug 1st finding 6 pieces.

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This time I worked the right side of rock out cropping in above picture. got into a couple of small pockets that I ended up digging with a crevas tool and then detected. the few hours spent provided me with these 25 pieces with the biggest weighing .74 g and the smallest was .017 g for a total weight of 2.96 g.

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Was 33 degree when we got up this morning, fall must be in the air.

Forgot to add all beeping was done with GB2 and 6" coil

enjoy

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Sounds like heaven to me,nice and cool,great cabin,a man and his tool having a great time with gold too. It just don't get much better in this short run we call life-congrats,I coveth my ol'gb2 also-John

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Alen - This is an old Hydraulic mine site?

No, it is just a placer gulch that has been worked at least 6 times over the last 100 years. Lots of old tunneling.

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I've just been working some of the larger limestone out croppings on the upper sides of the gulch. Lots of racking but I enjoy it

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